That Donut is NOT a Therapist. Dealing with Stress Eating.
We’ve all had days like this: there are more bills than dollars in the bank account, the kids are whining for dinner, and your boss is making unreasonable demands. At times like this, a big wedge of chocolate cake or a bag of crisp, salty chips can seem like a welcome friend. Cake and chips are fine for an occasional special treat, but they are NOT our friends! Kathy Redlinger, Heart Secrets Registered Dietitian, shares some tips to overcome stress eating in her new blog entry.
What You Eat and How Much You Move – The Relationship
There’s no doubt that exercise is a key component of a healthy lifestyle. How much of a role does diet play, though? On June 26 at the Cedarburg Senior Center, Boni Wendel, nurse practitioner and facilitator of the Columbia St. Mary’s Women’s Heart Secrets Cardiac Program, will discuss the roles of diet and exercise. Learn how diet affects your overall health, your ability to exercise, and what really comprises a “healthy” diet. This class is geared to both men and women of all ages. Call (414) 963-WELL (9355) to register.
“Exercise and Your Diet”
Tuesday, June 26, 11:00 am – 12:00 noon
Cedarburg Senior Center
W63 N643 Washington Ave., Cedarburg
Located Behind Cedarburg City Hall
This class is free and open to the public.
To register, please call (414) 963-WELL (9355).
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