Healthy Workshop: Stress Busting Foods
Running on empty? Feeling frazzled, exhausted and burned out? UHD Sports & Fitness' healthy workshop: Stress Busting Foods can help. Thisworkshop kicks off at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, One Main Building, Room N602.
Attendees will learn how to reduce stress levels using nutritiion. They also will:
- discover how to achieve consistent energy and moods throughout the day
- learn which foods support brain health and what minerals and nutrients are depleted during times of stress
- develop a personal stress reduction plan to gain the upper hand on stress
Lear more at uhd.edu/sportsandfitness.
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