A child’s school lunch is integral to their academic performance and overall health. Childhood nutrition has been shown to impact IQ, social skills and energy levels. According to a review in the British Journal of Nutrition, micronutrient deficiency may even account for some learning difficulties. Join Integrative Pediatrician and Internist Minal Vazirani, MD and Integrative Nutritionist Jane Harrington-Noonan, RD on Saturday, September 9, from 11am to 12:30pm for a discussion on why and how to pack a healthy lunch your kids won’t be able to resist. The kick-off event will occur at the new location for Integrative Health and Wellness Associates in Warren.
Learn how to spice up the brown bag lunch with colorful and creative nutrient-dense foods that will help with energy, focus and brain power to get your kids through a whole day of school. Dr. Vazirani, Triple Board Certified Physician and MD explains, “Breakfast is not the only important meal of the day for kids.”
Advanced registration is required and space is limited. Cost to reserve a spot is $20.
Location: Integrative Health and Wellness Associates, 112 Town Center Drive, Warren. For more information, visit Facebook.com/DrVazirani. To register or ask questions, email [email protected].