Embrace a healthy lifestyle and join us at Splash Zone on Sunday, September 25, from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM for a Nutrition Class & Cooking Demo with Lori DePietro-Standen CPT, CNE.
Did you know that obesity, digestive issues, joint problems, auto-immune diseases, reproductive disorders, diabetes and heart disease are all rooted in inflammation? That the obesity rate has skyrocketed, with 1 out of every 3 adults and 1 out of every 5 children considered overweight or obese? That heart disease is being diagnosed in children as young as 3? With proper instruction and education, you can make the lifestyle changes that keep you and your family in vibrant health! During this nutrition talk, you’ll learn:
- The difference between processed foods and real foods, and how certain foods cause inflammation
- Why inflammation manifests itself differently in different people, and how it can trigger both obesity and disease
- What foods are anti-inflammatory and how to incorporate them into your diet to help you heal from inflammation, lose weight, and stay healthy
- What lifestyle changes you can make to embrace a healthy life
PLUS you’ll receive a cooking demo and written instructions for making Lori’s BBQ Bean Tacos with Pineapple Salsa (one of her most popular and sought-after recipes!) AND her rich and delicious Chocolate Avocado Pudding! Of course, you’ll get to sample the results.
Lori began her 15-year career in the health industry in 2001. She’s a Certified Personal Trainer, and her 10 years of nutrition study have culminated in 250 hours of professional certifications in Plant-Based Nutrition, Culinary Nutrition, and Pre-Diabetic Counseling. Having her own story of transformation, illness recovery and a 60 pound weight loss, Lori works with clients to achieve optimum health and healing through nutrition, physical activity, and empowerment.
Learn, ask questions, and leave inspired! This event is family friendly…children 12 and over are welcome.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, September 20, by calling Splash Zone at (440) 774-5059. Admission is $10 per Member and $12 per Non-Members.