Healthy Food

Free Four-Part Webinar Series in Partnership with YVO Communications

Nutrition & Mental Health:

 An Emerging Link

Register for one or all four sessions below.

Petri Dishes

EPISODE 1: November 5, 2020 - 11:00AM EST

The Science of Why Food Impacts Mood

Turns out there’s a lot of merit to the expression, ‘you are what you eat!’ In this webinar, attendees will learn about the complex ways that food can impact your mood from a biological and physiological standpoint. Holistic Nutritionist & Psychotherapist Kristina Virro will break down complicated concepts into layman’s terms so that you can gain more knowledge about why making dietary changes can have such a positive impact on your mental health.

Vegetarian Food

Episode 2: November 19, 2020 - 11:00am EST

Foods That Hinder versus Help Mental Health

In today’s world where information is constantly at our fingertips, it’s important to learn evidence-based information about nutrition and mental health. Using her the skills from her former career as a journalist, Kristina Virro will share what the research says about foods that hinder our mental health versus what enhance it so you can make healthier choices. 

Grapefruit and Vitamins

Episode 3: December 3, 2020 - 11:00am EST

Supplements That Support Mental Health

For years, Chinese medicine, eastern philosophies, and other holistic approaches have harnessed the amazing power of herbs, nature, and more when it comes to improving people’s overall wellbeing. This webinar will focus on which natural supplements can support mental health while discussing the science of how they’re able to do this

Eating Salad

EPISODE 4: December 15, 2020 - 12:30PM EST

Strategies to cope with Cravings

In today’s world of 24-hour grocery stores, drive-thrus, and Uber Eats, temptation seems to be everywhere! And COVID-19 has made it all too easy to have fast food delivered right to our doorsteps whenever we please. Thankfully, there’s a lot that we can do from a psychological perspective to manage and respond to cravings. In doing so, we’re able to trade short-term satisfaction for long-term health and wellbeing.