What on earth is weighing me down?
How to improve energy use and support energy demands
|Venue:||Oaks Elan Darwin, 31 - 33 Woods Street, Darwin NT 0800|
|Cost:||$99.00 incl. GST|
|Level:||Suitable for all levels of legal practice|
The audience will gain a greater understanding of how their body works and the role nutrition, specific lifestyle and environmental factors can improve quality of life and performance.
Participants will leave with or knowing/understanding more about:
1.Implement the Food Plan to improve health and support healthy ageing.
2.Identify the top 12 therapeutic foods.
3.Identify specific nutrients and activities that support brain health and function.
4.Explain the importance of cooking techniques to reduce the production of advanced glycation end products in food.
5.How to improve energy use and support energy demands.
Presenter: Dr Richard Sager, Dietitian APD/Nutrituinal Biochemist and Director
Richard is the ‘why and what for’ of nutrition and he is passionate about all areas, particularly the management of chronic diseases to improve the health and quality of life in patients. His
qualifications include a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetics), a Master of Science and Doctorate of Public Health.
Richard is a senior Nutritional Biochemist with an extensive food and nutrition history and in 2008, founded Darwin Dietitians. Originally training as a Chef then studying to become a Dietitian, he combines these skills to provide clients with tasty menu options when tailoring personalised meal and eating plans.
Before moving to Darwin, Richard worked in two of Australia’s leading health retreats, sharing his insights and concepts that some described as ‘life changing’. His work at Darwin Dietitians includes seeing clients one-on-one for holistic consultations where he considers individual eating and activity patterns. Consultations include insight into your body composition, using InBody 720 to evaluate your body composition and visceral fat levels (even in ‘skinny’ people).
Earn 1 CPD point in Professional skills in legal practice (CC)