With so much information out there, it can be exhausting to know what to do, much less how to do it?
How can you save time and money while eating healthy meals?
How do you cook healthy food and make it taste great?
What resources are available to make all of this a reality?
Are you interested in learning about options for preventing and reversing common diseases affecting the quality of life of our loved ones? These conditions include, but aren't limited to:
high blood pressure
Join local plant-based chef Dawn Hutchins, founder of VegeCooking and Registered Dietitian Heather Borders, founder of Kailo Nutrition for a monthly interview series for 2022, Dinner with a Doc. Dinner with a Doc will pull together a tribe of people committed to reversing disease vs. treating symptoms.
This free event will take place every third Tuesday of the month from 6pm-7pm through Zoom. Local Jacksonville doctors will share their tips and tricks to eating more whole, unprocessed foods and finding a health-supporting lifestyle that sticks. They will even share some of their favorite local spots to dine out and a favorite dinner recipe!
These clinicians are at the top of their game and recognize the impact nutrition can have on human health and implement culinary nutrition efforts as part of their practice. They walk the walk and talk the talk.
Each month the discussion will focus on a different health topic and how to navigate the challenges of setting the foundation for behavior changes that stick.
The next interview is on Tuesday, March 15 with Dr. Megan Weigel of First Coast Integrative Medicine and you can register here:Dinner with a Doc - Megan Wegel, APRN. She will be talking about the impact nutrition has on Multiple Sclerosis.
You can find the full 2022 interview schedule here: Dinner With a Doc .
You can view the inaugural Dinner With A Doc interview with Dr. Deb Harrell below: Dr. Deb discusses how our lifestyle choices can play a role in longevity and quality of life. She was also a wealth of knowledge about the restaurants and resources in the Jacksonville area that help make a nutritious lifestyle practical and sustainable.