Nourish: Talking with Dietitians
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Cara and Shauna are back in May to answer all of your nutrition and culinary questions. Get ready for barbecue season and spring’s vegetable bounty with their helpful tips and advice.
Facilitators: Cara Rosenbloom and Shauna Lindzon
Join Wellspring dietitians, Shauna Lindzon and Cara Rosenbloom for an online and interactive Q & A session focusing on your nutrition and cooking questions.
Come prepared with your food and culinary questions! Feel free to submit any questions you might want to be discussed by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: Individualized nutritional advice will not be provided.
Cara Rosenbloom is a Toronto-based dietitian, writer, recipe developer and health journalist. She is a freelance columnist with the Washington Post and Today’s Parent Magazine, and her health and nutrition articles have appeared in over 400 publications globally. She’s the co-author of Nourish: Whole Food Recipes featuring Seeds, Nuts and Beans (Whitecap 2017); and Food to Grown On (Random House 2020).
Shauna Lindzon is a Registered Dietitian with over 25 years of nutrition experience. She worked as a Clinical Dietitian at Sunnybrook Health Science Centre in Nephrology and Neurosurgery for 12 years. Since leaving the clinical setting, she has been working in the community as a Consulting Dietitian. She is as a program developer and nutrition leader at Wellspring Cancer Support Network and enjoys seeing clients virtually and doing corporate wellness lectures.
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Please register to attend. After registering you will receive an email with the Zoom link and password needed to access this program.
Registration or Appointment Required: This program requires a commitment to attend all sessions.
- Tue May 18, 2021: 3:00pm EDT - 4:00pm EDT
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