Kick-Start To Vitality
One Hour Seminar
Are Your Energy and Vitality lagging? Do You feel like a worn-out shoe? It’s time to investigate your food choices and their impact on your health, wellness and productivity.
Using a dramatic, amusing opening about food choices, Rosalie may start with a skit about standing in front of an open refrigerator looking for something to eat. (She’s just finished a huge dinner, complete with double portions of potatoes, fried chicken smothered with gravy, two large pieces of corn-on-the-cob, a large bottle of soda pop and a chocolate ice cream sundae for dessert. She feels sick to her stomach, wants to take a nap, yet she still searches the refrigerator for something to eat!
Increased Energy, Concentration
While this nutrition seminar is similar to Super Nutrition for Healthy Living Keynote, it is a hands-on approach involving participants in written exercises, open discussion and Q&A. This seminar focuses on boosting nutrition for better energy and vitality. In this presentation, Rosalie addresses the physical and psychological reasons for our food choices. She recommends way to boost one’s concentration and vitality (especially at work) with practical suggestions. Rosalie addresses the correct timing of meals (yes, timing can be critical), and shows how to enhance your mood through high quality food and nutrient choices.
No Time to Cook? Ask Rosalie!
Rosalie shares the modern day dilemma of ‘no time to cook,’ so she teaches people how to reach for healthier foods; how to quickly prepare healthy meals, and how to stock a pantry with foods to nourish mind and body. She shares stories of her own struggles with food. What audiences find truly revealing is the connection between our moods and our digestion as well as the role that food allergies play.
Rosalie reveals many strategies for change from improved ways to prepare foods, to how to make sense of confusing information on package labels. Backed by research of both the U.S. and Canadian health boards, Rosalie’s presentation treats participants to leading edge information, plus other nutritional advice initiated by the Canadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine, of which Rosalie is board member. She shares her vast body of knowledge through this nutritional seminar as well as her other nutritional programs.
- Health Board guidelines for healthy eating – what will sustain human health
- How to choose healthy proteins, carbohydrates and fats
- Energy Zappers (bad mood foods)
- How oils are manufactured – good fats/bad fats
- Food allergies that affect mind and body
- Healthy snacks and which snacks to avoid
- Timing and composition of meals for increased energy and vitality
- Optimal nutrients for alertness and good moods
- Strategies for Change
All programs include a master of an accompanying learning guide booklet, complete with bibliography and often some simple recipes.