Nutrition workshop series offered at Currie Conference Center

A series of nutrition workshops organized by the City’s Wellness Committee is being offered at the Currie Conference Center. Two workshops have been held and three more are scheduled. All free workshops on healthy eating are taught by nutrition educators from Nutritional Weight and Wellness, a Twin Cities organization dedicated to educating people on health and nutrition.

How to Register

To register for any class that interests you, log onto HRIS and click the Learning and Development link and search the catalog using a key word (e.g., fast food or nutrition). You can register for as many workshops as you wish. 

Workshop Descriptions

Stress-Busting Foods
Thursday, June 21
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Currie Conference Center, 1200 Currie Avenue North

Running on empty? Feeling frazzled, exhausted and burned out? You can reduce your stress levels using nutrition. Discover how to achieve consistent energy and moods throughout the day. Learn which foods support brain health and which minerals and nutrients are depleted during times of stress. Develop your personal stress-reduction plan to gain the upper hand on stress!

Eating Fast Without Fast Food
Thursday, July 12
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Currie Conference Center, 1200 Currie Avenue North

Your busy lifestyle doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your health to a diet of fast food.  You can enjoy delicious, healthy foods with a little planning and better menu selections at restaurants. Your energy, focus, moods, metabolism and health depend on the nutrition choices you make every day. Learn quick and easy breakfast options to get you going. Pack a healthy lunch or pick the best options when eating out. Then end your day with simple dinners that are sure to satisfy. 

Change Your Nutrition to Reduce Aches & Pains
Thursday, July 26
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Currie Conference Center, 1200 Currie Avenue North

Waking up achy all over? Are muscle spasms, leg cramps or back pain causing you to rely on your favorite over-the-counter pain killer?  There’s a better answer, and it’s called nutrition. Learn which foods cause aches and pains and which foods reduce inflammation. Make simple nutrition changes to manage your pain.

About the presenters

For more information about the organization that is supplying the presenters, visit Nutritional Weight and Wellness.

Published Jun 6, 2012