AIM’s November Saturday Social will feature Registered Dietician and Exercise Physiologist Jason Machowsky, who will discuss how to use mindfulness and movement to help us enjoy holiday food while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
November signals the beginning of a major holiday season, with Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and other cultural and religious observances. These celebrations often involve preparing and sharing traditional or special foods, and it’s a good thing to enjoy these holiday meals, but are there things you can do to avoid stuffing yourself beyond enjoyment? Drawing on his nutrition and exercise physiology background, Machowsky will provide tips to help you eat well without overeating as you celebrate the season.
Machowsky received his Masters of Science degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition from Teachers College, Columbia University. A registered dietitian and board-certified sports dietitian, he works as a clinical exercise physiologist at the Hospital for Special Surgery’s Tisch Sports Performance Center, where he creates personalized training and nutrition programs for a broad range of .clients. He is a member of the US Olympic Committee Sports Dietitian Registry and has developed nutrition programs for endurance athletes and athletic recovery at various regional and national athletic events. He is a past president of the Greater New York Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Please contact Aging in Montclair at email@example.com for the link to register for this zoom event.
AIM PRESENTS -EATING MINDFULLY OVER THE HOLIDAYS
Saturday, November 27 at 2:00