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Podcast Discussion: The Road to Improved Health and Wellbeing with Lifelong Behavior Change

Take some time away from your desk to go for a walk from 9 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. and listen to the short podcast below. After your walk join the zoom call, which will be sent two hours before the event and engage with your colleagues in a discussion until 10:15 a.m. virtually about how we can apply what we learned from the Podcast to our own lives.

Covid-19 has provided an opportunity for many people to self-reflect on their own health and well-being.  During this sensitive time in history, there are marketing schemes that are popping up everywhere.  Advertisements for better health and Covid-19 protection through supplements.  While listening to the podcast, consider your own health and wellness and we will discuss how the road to improved health and well-being can be navigated safely and with lifelong behavior change.

Please listen to the Food, We Need to Talk Podcast below on your walk during the event: Supplements and Snack Oils

 

Want a flat stomach? A faster metabolism? Maybe to get rid of that cellulite? Well, there’s a supplement for that. If only it were so easy… But as with most things in life, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

 

Listen on NPR, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify for free: https://www.npr.org/podcasts/785605906/food-we-need-to-talk

Bio - Carol DeNysschen is a Professor and Department Chair at Buffalo State College.  She has extensive experience in nutrition and exercise science.  She combines her background in nutrition, exercise science and public health to create healthy lifestyle programs in various community settings. Her true passion is to help people manage stress in difficult times and feel better in their daily lives.

Date:
Friday, November 6, 2020
Time:
9:00am - 10:15am
Presenter:
Carol DeNysschen
Location:
ONLINE VIA WEBINAR
Categories:
  Professional Development Center  

Registration is required. There are 19 seats available.

Organizer

Carol DeNysschen
Rebecca Eggleston