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Presentation: Essentials of Nutrition

A Guide to Healthy Eating
Tuesday, 2/20/2024
6:00 - 7:00

Explore the fundamental principles of nutrition. Dive into key topics such as understanding macronutrients and micronutrients, decoding food labels, and staying abreast of the latest nutrition trends. Tackle common and frequently asked nutrition questions. From dispelling myths to providing practical tips for everyday meal planning, you will gain the essential knowledge needed to make informed choices about your diet and discover how to make healthy eating a joyful and sustainable part of your life. 

This workshop is open to all, with no prior nutrition knowledge required.  

Presented by Kylie Smith, MS, RD, CDCES.  Kylie is a clinical dietitian at John Muir Health. She also teaches nutrition at Diablo Valley College. She earned her MS in Nutrition Science and Food Management from Oregon State University and her BS in Physiological Science from UCLA. 

Build better wellness practices and learn ways to improve your health.

This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

Attending Programs

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