Commit to Get Fit Health and Wellness Lecture Series:
Improving Healthspan and Lifespan - What Foods and Ways of Living are Best
Thursday, May 23rd - 6:45pm-7:45pm - Cycle Center
With aging being a risk factor for all major diseases, what actions are best for our current health and the length of our lives? Are there specific foods we could be eating to live a longer and healthier life? Are there specific ways of living we can incorporate for better quality of life?
In this lecture, Dr. Julita Baker will share a practical scientific approach to improving healthspan and lifespan. We will delve into the research surrounding these topics, discuss solutions, and leave the presentation with pragmatic tips to improve long term wellbeing.
Julita has studied the microbiological, physiological, and behavioral effects of nutrition & food choice for the past 18 years, the last 10 of which focusing more specifically on convenient & palatable food choice on mindfulness and stress. She has funneled this combined experience into consulting & teaching food choice betterment and designing individualized food choice programs.
Aspiring to spark new ways of thinking in nutrition, she hopes to bridge the gap between evidence-based science and practicality. She loves to inspire folks to jump out of preconceived health notions, and cares deeply to help people live to their full potential.
Earn 3 CTGF points on your card for attending this lecture.
Space is limited and open to the public. Please click the link to register for the lecture series.