Lunch and Learn

Lunch and Learns are a great way to encourage community and promote personal and professional development in your organization. LiveWell Johnson County has developed unique and engaging Lunch and Learn options to help organizations and employees consider health from a different perspective. Check out our offerings below!

 

Keeping Blood Pressure in Check

Hypertension is another name for high blood pressure. It can lead to severe complications and increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, and death. Lifestyle adjustments are the standard first-line treatment for hypertension. In this informative class, we will discuss the basics of eating for prevention and the importance of physical activity to help prevent hypertension.

 

Taking care of Your Heart

What do the numbers mean? Learn about cholesterol, its components, health effects, and ways to improve your cholesterol to reduce your risk of a heart attack. This class will provide nutrition and physical activity tips for helping you create a heart healthy lifestyle.

 

Healthy Weight, Healthy You!

With all the mixed messages about dieting and weight loss, it is hard to know the real science behind weight loss success. In this presentation, complete with an actual food demonstration, we will touch on all the necessary aspects needed for a healthy wellness plan to set the course for success.

 

Diabetes: Eating for Control

Diabetes is a complex disease; managing the disease can be challenging. A necessity for successful diabetic management is understanding the importance of the diabetic meal plan. This presentation will discuss all aspects pertinent to the meal plan. Tips for planning, shopping, preparing and last but not least, enjoying the meals will be shared by our Registered Dietitian/Culinary Chef.

 

For more information or to schedule a Lunch and Learn presentation, please contact Karen Hanson at karen.hanson@jocogov.org.

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