Tue, Nov 13, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
The Joy of Nourishment
with Lynda Sherland
90.00 minutes
“Am I allowed to eat that?” I hear this often when I talk with patients, family, and friends.Food can be powerful medicine, beautiful pleasure. It can also become poison. Our bodies are amazing in the way they report this to us. Unfortunately, fast foods, highly processed foods, and sugary drinks have numbed our bodies and minds to the effects of foods. We use food to cope with stress and fatigue. We use food for comfort. We use food for escape. How can we best use food as nourishment? Please join Lynda Sherland, APRN, FNP the second Tuesday of the month for an interactive, fun, 4 part expedition to explore the joy of nourishment. • Explore the meaning of nourishment • Discuss anti inflammatory food choices with snacks and recipes provided • Introduce practices to mindfully incorporate nourishment into our lives.
About the teacher
Lynda Sherland, APRN, FNP is a Family Nurse Practitioner practicing at Integrative Family Medicine in San Antonio, TX. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program created by Dr. Andrew Weil. She received her Masters Degree in Nursing from University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio. Lynda is an integrative healthcare provider who is willing to explore a unique, personal definition of health with her patients. She spends time, listens and helps to articulate an intention to live a healthier life. Her passion is food as medicine. In her 18 years as a nurse practitioner, educating and treating the whole person, not just the physical body has been the cornerstone of Lynda's practice. She offers a relationship, a partnership, a collaboration in exploring what healthier can look like.

Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30 pm
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