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Wednesday, November 14th | 7:00pm–8:00pm | Functional Nutrition for Women's Health

$15.00

Wednesday, November 14th | 7:00pm–8:00pm | Functional Nutrition for Women's Health

Wednesday, November 14th | 7:00pm–8:00pm | Functional Nutrition for Women's Health

$15.00

Women experience unique health concerns throughout their lives that can either be helped or worsened by the diet and lifestyle choices that they make. Learn how to use food as medicine in addressing the most common women's health issues. We will address estrogen dominance, PMS, Autoimmunity, Osteoporosis, Stress, Weight gain and hormonal imbalances, and how the functional nutrition perspective of root cause can resolve these issues. Learn how functional nutrition can help maintain hormone health throughout your lifetime, so that you can experience more stable moods, healthy weight, less painful periods, and prevent many of the common women's health concerns later in life. Walk away with recipes that nourish a woman's unique physiology and support hormone health. 

Please note: Class will take place at Well Works located at 2851 Clover Street in the Tobey Office Park Village complex. Please park in the first lot on right and follow the sidewalks to the Barn Bazaar courtyard. WellWorks is located straight ahead on the ground level. Click here for directions. 

About the teacher:
Heather Carrera, MS, CNS graduated Suma Cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport with a Masters of Science degree in Human Nutrition, with a focus on an integrative and functional approach to assessing and counseling clients. She earned a certified nutrition specialist (CNS) through the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists, and in the fall of 2016 began working towards her doctor of clinical nutrition (DCN) at Maryland University of Integrative Health. She plans to complete her doctorate in Spring of 2019.

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