F.I.S.H. OF SANCAP Sponsors Nutrition Vs. Stress Knockdown
Modern-day living and all the busyness and stress that comes along with it can do a real number on your central nervous system, especially if you are not taking proactive steps to counteract this negative effect on your body. An overtaxed nervous system can expend most of its resources just trying to defend the body against attack, whether it is in the form of anxiety, panic, or stress, which depletes your energy reserves and potentially harms your system. A way to counteract this damage, however, is to consume foods that maximize the amount of time and energy your body spends to nourish, heal and regenerate itself.
Please join FISH and Dr. Loureen Downes, Professor, Florida Gulf Coast University, on Thurs. Apr. 26 from 6-8:00 p.m. at the Sanibel Community House to learn how to feed your body and mind with the most nutritious foods. Learn to maximize your potential, cope with life stressors and work productively all by feeding your soul with the right foods.
This seminar is complimentary; light refreshments will be provided. Please contact Christine Swiersz, L.C.S.W., or Jessi Zeigler, M.S.W., at the FISH Walk-In Center (239-472-4775) for additional information about this worthwhile seminar.