Pleasantville SEPTA Presents
Speaker: Nancy Guberti
The Power of Nutrition:
Effects of the Food We Eat on the Bodies and Minds of our Children
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Pleasantville High School
** Library/Media Center **
60 Romer Ave, Pleasantville, NY
You are what you eat. So, what exactly are you eating? The answer to that question may surprise you! Together with Functional Medicine Nutritionist, Nancy Guberti, we will explore the link between food and anxiety, depression, food allergies, and immune issues among others. Most importantly, we will discuss how to enjoy a healthy eating regimen.
In this presentation:
Find out about the common ways our kids are exposed to toxins
Review the resulting adverse health conditions
Discover how certain foods can either be toxic or healing to the mind,
body, and senses
Examine the negative impacts on the human body and mind
Determine the steps you can take to protect your family
Nancy Guberti is a Functional Medicine Specialist, Nutritionist, and Motivational Speaker who empowers others to become their own health advocate and reach optimal health by learning how to live a healthier lifestyle. She is the founder of the Look & Feel Great Method: 9 Steps to a Healthier You, Total Wellness Empowerment Membership, the Biomedical & Nutritional Intervention Approach for Children. and host of the Total Wellness Empowerment Podcast. Recognized as a thought leader in healthy living, Nancy has been featured in Associated Press, P&G Everyday, Shape, Oxygen, Eat This Not That, Bella NY & LA, Mother Warriors and other media outlets. She shares her expertise on the DDP Yoga radio shows and teaches practitioners for homeopathic and supplement companies. She believes awareness will empower others to take charge of their health!
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