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Be Your Own Doctor in Today’s Imperfect Health Care System

Be Your Own Doctor in Today’s Imperfect Health Care System

WellWorks

  • $ 3500


7:00-8:00PM | October 22, 2018

At WellWorks

We are in a great mess with health care systems in the world, especially in the U.S. We are spending an increasing amount of money on it per capita, and we continue to have terrible health outcomes. Something we are doing is not right. Sadly, many of  the diseases that the health care system is trying to manage are the products of lifestyle that could be avoided if we are educated on making better lifestyle choices earlier in life. Some of these key factors include what to eat, what not to eat,  how to exercise and how to effectively handle stress.

In this class you will learn:

  • How to make healthy lifestyle choices by going to the basics of eating wholesome foods including slow-digestive carbohydrates, low intake of proteins, and high quality fats.
  • Why is refined soybean oil and high fructose corn syrup toxic for our body? Why is it widely used?
  • The difference between conventional meats and organic grass-fed meat
  • What is bio-individuality, and how you can enjoy eating healthy foods according to your choices.
  • The importance of Primary Foods (Physical Activity, Relationship, Career, and Spirituality)

Samples of wholesome brown rice veggie/salmon rolls with pomegranate chutney along with refreshing cucumber water will be served. Complete recipes will be distributed to take home. 

About the instructor: Sheeba Naqvi, MSc, 

Sheeba is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and a certified Whole Food Plant-Based Nutrition educator. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Rochester in 2014. She later completed her graduate studies in Mental Health Counseling from the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester in 2016. It was her research assistantship in observing and coding doctor-patient relationship to help patients reduce their cholesterol, and internship at the Willow Domestic Violence Center of Rochester, where she realized the importance of coaching on health and wellness to her clients. Through her training at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, she believes that human mind and body are strongly intertwined. Therefore, to achieve maintenance of physical and mental equilibrium, one must be nourished with healthy physical and mental foods. Sheeba is also a member of Rochester Lifestyle Medicine. She is currently working on attaining certification in (IAHC) International Association for Health Coaches.