NEWS AND EVENTS
FOOD AS MEDICINE: BRAIN HEALTH FOR FAMILIES
A CHARLES RIVER SCHOOL "SPEAKER SERIES" TALK
WHEN: TUESDAY, MAY 15th at 6:30PM
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In this talk Dr. Pardo will discuss how families can protect and enhance their brain health via food and healthy lifestyle choices. The food we choose to put into our bodies everyday can determine our mood, our brain function, our body processes, and even the expression of our genes. We will explore the root causes of common chronic diseases that affect brain health (including autoimmune disease, allergies, anxiety, diabetes, digestive problems, and obesity). We will discuss the microbiome, and learn about the significant role of food and lifestyle in the development, prevention, and treatment of inflammation and chronic illnesses. From this discussion, learn to thrive with improved attention, focus, productivity, clarity, and calmness.
FOOD AS MEDICINE
FREE COMMUNITY EDUCATION EVENT
When: FEBRUARY 28th, 2018 at 7:30PM
Where: 134 South Ave, Weston, MA - Suite 2 (2nd Floor)
Do you want to know how food impacts your mind, mood, and body? Do you wonder about the best ways to use food to activate your genes, or to prevent and reverse diseases? Would you like to learn how to use food to reduce inflammation, or to improve your energy and metabolism? Do you know what your microbiome is?
Stop pouring through masses of internet research and come learn in-person from Dr. Pardo, a local physician, mother, and wellness expert. This will be an exciting discussion full of cutting-edge information. Bring your spouse, friends, or family, and you will all leave empowered with easy concepts you can apply immediately. Have your health and nutrition questions answered by our Wellness Experts, and learn how to use 'Food as Medicine' to feed your family like a doctor does.
WELLESLEY WELLNESS RETREAT
THANKS TO ALL FOR A WONDERFUL EVENT!
JANUARY 28TH, 2018
8am - 3:30pm
The Hunnewell Carriage House at Elm Bank, Wellesley
This year Dr. Pardo will be talking part in the third annual Wellesley Wellness Retreat on January 28th, 2018 at the botanical gardens at Elm Bank in Wellesley. It's an event that celebrates and supports our local community of moms with programming that focuses on smart self-care habits. It will be a relaxing and inspiring day with opportunities for yoga, life-coaching, massage, acupuncture, self-reflection and meditation. We'll also be sharing take-home strategies for mindful eating and nutrition, stress reduction, meaning family time, and many ways to foster vibrant good health. The theme this year is "Self-Care to Thrive in a Busy World."
Dr. Pardo will be presenting "Sleep to Thrive." Getting more restful sleep can be the key to unlocking your daytime energy potential and ridding yourself of fatigue. In "Sleep to Thrive" we will learn cutting-edge facts about sleep and our health, the impact of light quality, and the true purpose of sleep. Dr. Pardo will share simple but powerful guidance that all women can implement to get a better night’s rest.
The day begins with an optional 8AM yoga practice. Programming is from 9:00AM - 3:30PM. You can choose order a boxed lunch or bring your own. Take advantage of early-bird pricing until October 31st.
Plan to go solo or gather your friends. We hope to see you there...
Having presented to packed audiences at a variety of venues (large conventions, retreats, corporate conferences, medical grand rounds), Dr. Pardo is an experienced, engaging and passionate educator on a multitude of high impact health topics including:
- Food as Medicine - How food choices change your mood, brain, and body
- Inflammation - Tame the flame to beat chronic disease
- Sleep to Thrive - How to get restorative sleep and how to use light to unlock your energy potential
- Are You About to Burnout? - How to manage stress and learn to thrive
- Food as Medicine: Focus - Brain Health / Brain Health for Families
If you are interested in having her speak to your organization or group, please use our contact page to submit your request (click here).
Food as Medicine: How Food Choices Change Your Mood Brain, and Body.
Description: "The food we choose to put in our bodies every day can determine our mood, our brain function, our body processes, and even the expression of our genes. This course will discuss how and why this is the case. We will explore the core themes that underlie the root causes of most common diseases, as well as the significant role of food in the development, prevention, or treatment of these illnesses. Attendees will understand why hot topics such as the microbiome, epigenetics, and nutrition are changing the medical paradigm. Empower yourself with an understanding of food choices that affect your mood, memory, cognition, heart, gut, and other body functions. Learn how every person can benefit from thinking of food as medicine from a primary care physician and wellness expert passionate about educating others on this topic. "