Good quality sleep and proper nutrition are both essential to well-being. In addition to being independent variables, each has an impact on the other. For example, what, when, and how much you eat can affect circadian rhythms and the sleep cycle. In addition, the duration and quality of your sleep can affect your metabolism and food choices. In a practical, interactive session, Nina Frusztajer, MD, MS will address how sleep and diet affect one another and how to optimize both to best support optimal health.
Registration is required for this free virtual program. Open to clients, caregivers, and bereaved members.
Dr. Frusztajer is a physician with a master’s in nutrition, life coach, author, and yoga instructor with decades of experience helping people address and optimize their nutrition concerns such as making healthy eating easy and effective, supporting physical and mental health issues, and achieving and maintaining a healthy weight. Her work in the field has included the effect of diet on brain chemistry and function, time management and efficiency, and addressing emotional factors that can contribute to nutrition such as self-compassion and vulnerability.
July 17, 2023
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm