Helping Neighbors: FISH Hosts ‘Stressed is Desserts Spelled Backwards’ Seminar
F.I.S.H. OF SANCAP will host a ‘Stressed is Desserts Spelled Backwards’ Seminar on Tues., Jul. 11, 2017 from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. at The Sanibel Community House, 2173 Periwinkle Way. Lunch will be provided, and RSVPs are required. This seminar is funded through the Wells Fargo Community Award Grant.
“Many times in the workplace, employees experience stress. Sometimes, the way that stress is addressed is by eating and snacking. Eating and snacking satisfies us temporarily. At the same time, if the meal or snack is not a nutritious one, it can release endorphins into our system which only reverts us back to that negative feeling again.,” says Kathy Y. Monroe, M.S.G., FISH Program Director. “The experts from Lee Health are going to discuss when stressed how to find the healthy balance in the workplace by making better choices for healthy eating.”
‘Road To Optimum Health and Nutrition’
Erika Graziani is a Registered Dietitian for Lee Health. She completed her undergraduate education at West Virginia University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Sciences with emphasis on Human Nutrition and Foods. While attending school at West Virginia University, she was part of the women’s track team and competed in the pole vault. She went on to earn her Master of Science degree in Nutrition from Kent State University. While earning her Master’s degree, she also completed her Dietetic Internship through Kent State. Erika will incorporate tips for motivation and mindful eating tactics as well as some basic rules to live by.
‘Got Stress? ‘
Sarah Mitchell is the Health & Wellness Coordinator for the Wellness Center – Cape Coral. She enjoys navigating members, employees as well as the community to the best possible resource for the individual’s health and wellbeing. She is a certified wellness coach, and her goal is to empower, motivate and guide clients to healthy behaviors to achieve optimal wellness. A fitness enthusiast for over 20 years she has enjoyed being a group fitness instructor, overseeing the group fitness department, and as a weight management specialist, leading the weight management exercise program and facilitating brain fit classes and brain booster workshops. Walking the walk herself, Sarah enjoys living a healthy lifestyle. Sarah will bring awareness and guide participants through managing stress both at work and in your daily lives.
If you would like additional information on the ‘Stressed is Desserts Spelled Backwards’ Seminar and to RSVP, please contact Kathy Y. Monroe, M.S.G., FISH Program Director, at (239) 472-4775. RSVPs are required no later than July 6, 2017.