Healthy from the Start

Are you ready to integrate healthy meals prepared with minimal hassle with your on-the-go lifestyle? Attend this free class at Greenberries Family Consignment Shop in Columbia.

Between diets, food allergies, and on-the-go lifestyles, it's difficult to integrate and maintain healthy eating habits. With so many choices, it's easy to be overwhelmed. Join Integrated Nutritionist Judy Templeton for a FREE seminar on Tuesday, February 19 beginning at 7 p.m. at Greenberries Family Consignment Shop in Columbia as she shows you how to make healthy choices work for you. Here's what you'll learn:

  • Preparing meals with minimal hassle and optimal health
  • How to make nutritious choices that work for your individual family
  • Affirm your healthy positive eating habits
  • How to increase your overall energy level and decrease fatigue

About Judy: Not only is she a certified Integrated Nutritionist from the Integrated Institute of Nutrition in New York City, she is the Program Supervisor of Healthy Families  and Facilitator of the New Mom's Group at HCGH. She has been in the health field for over forty years as a personal trainer, fitness and dance instructor, and  recreation coordinator.  Contact Judy with questions at 410.772.9448.

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Lisa Rossi February 14, 2013 at 04:13 PM
This sounds like a really cool seminar, especially for busy families trying to figure it all out! Thanks for sharing, Annie!


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