Off your Mental Game? You Could be Mildly Dehydrated

Did you know even mild levels of dehydration can mess with your mood, your energy, and your ability to think clearly, making it hard to concentrate during that long meeting?

A growing body of evidence finds that being just a little dehydrated is tied to a range of subtle effects — from mood changes to muddled thinking. In essence, the more dehydrated you are the less sharp you are.
Your brain on H2O - When the brain is fully hydrated, the exchange of nutrients and toxins will be more efficient—thus ensuring better concentration and mental alertness.

Women are especially susceptible to dehydration - women who were dehydrated had about 12 percent more total errors on cognitive tests and were more likely to have headaches and report difficulty concentrating.

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Attendees will Learn

-How you can tell if you're dehydrated using the simple "color test" anyone can do at any time
-How to deliciously and simply infuse water with fruit, vegetables or herbs for a tasty alternative to soda or sugary drinks
-How excess amounts of caffeine can dehydrate you and adversely change your blood sugar levels, making you physically and mentally exhausted

About this Speaker

Missy is a food innovator and New York Times bestselling cookbook author of The Sneaky Chef series whose original and fresh approach to healthy cooking has transformed the way America feeds its families. She is also a renowned Integrative Nutrition Health Coach with a thriving private practice. Missy’s unique and creative method of recipe development has earned her the title of Top 20 Most Influential Moms in Food.

Education and Experience

  • Author of a best selling cookbook
  • Nutrition Coach
  • Named one of the Top 20 Moms in Food
Speaker Topic:
Financial Wellness
Mental Health
Celebrity or Keynote
Working From Home
Humorous, Funny
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Heart Health (February)
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Movember - Men's Health (November)
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Available as Webinar
Recording is OK
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Available Nationwide
Willing to Travel
Offered in Spanish
Offered in other languages
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Especially for Men
Especially for Women
HRA/VEBA eligible
For 3rd Shift
For Retreats
Duration of event (in hour increments): 45 minutes to 1 hour
Equipment buyer needs to provide: NA
Equipment provided by vendor: n/a
Post event tools included: recipes
Includes pre-event consultation: If desired