5 Things You Thought Were True & 5 True Things You Need to Know
In 1984 TIME magazine published a cover story with a picture of a frowning bacon & eggs face, warning people on the dangers of cholesterol. Then in 1999 TIME issued a very similar cover with a smiling face. It turns out everything we were told about the dangers of cholesterol was the opposite! From cholesterol, to low fat, to dieting and calorie counting, there always seems to be some nutrition “fad.” But what is true and what is “magazine nutrition?” This interactive workshop works to debunk nearly everything you think is true about nutrition. The good news? Jennie will share what is actually good for you, and you are sure to be surprised (and relieved) by what you can eat. Participants will follow along with activities, worksheets, and discussion, while leaving with actionable steps.
Attendees will Learn
-Why everything you have learned about nutrition may actually be the opposite
-Interesting ways to eat healthy in a way you never thought before
-Why it’s actually okay to eat bacon (phew)
About this Speaker
Jennie is a public speaker & Wellness Coach, has lead interactive workshops at over 30 companies, including ING Financial, PayPal, Zara, Digital Ocean, and LinkedIn. With a degree in Brain & Cognitive Science as well as Integrative Nutrition, Jennie takes a holistic approach to health. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, on NPR, and on the Dr. Oz show, and was interviewed by Inc. Magazine for her expertise in Workplace Wellness. Her energy is infectious and she is sure to engage your employees with down-to-earth tips, a little bit of humor, and actionable steps they can take immediately.
Education and Experience
- Public Speaker
- Wellness Coach
- Degree in Brain & Cognitive Science and Integrative Nutrition
- Featured on the Dr. Oz show, the Wall Street Journal, INC Magazine and NPR