Diabetes Prevention with Donna Doel (Wellness Webinar)

Monday, September 28 at 12:15pm
Tuesday, September 29 at 5:30pm

Over a third of Americans have either prediabetes or diabetes, which is characterized by chronically high blood sugar levels. This condition is extremely damaging to the body and elevates risks for additional complications and negative health outcomes. What many people don’t know is lifestyle can be just as effective as medication for prevention. Please attend this webinar to find out what you can do! This talk also serves as an introduction to the 24 for Life Diabetes Prevention Program.


Functional Medicine with Whitney Rutledge, DC (Wellness Webinar)

Thursday, October 8 at 12:15pm

Though managing symptoms of illness is a profound benefit, sometimes we need to dig a little deeper to determine the cause of our conditions so we can truly be well. Genetics, environmental influences, nutrient deficiencies, and hormonal responses can all affect how our body works. Functional Medicine is about finding specific answers to our dysfunction and implementing targeted therapies to correct, balance, and restore normal, healthy function again.


Weight Management with Kari Brown, RN (Wellness Webinar)

Thursday, November 5 at 12:15pm

Weight loss is one of the most frequent goals people have for improving their health. It is also one of the most challenging. There is no shortage of available advice for achieving an ideal weight, but few plans are effective long-term. Why is that? One hint: it’s not only about willpower or enthusiasm. From hyper palatable foods to social norms, our environment interacts with our brains in ways that often undermine our best intentions. However, there are proven strategies for overcoming these obstacles and losing weight in a healthy and sustainable way.


Resilience in the Workplace with Brian Avila, MS (Wellness Webinar)

Tuesday, December 1 at 12:15pm

To say this year has been stressful would be a profound understatement! We have experienced a variety of personal responses during this time, but some people just seem uniquely able to bounce back from stress, pressure, and challenges. This is resilience, and while it’s true that a select few are just naturally oriented to it, it is equally true that it is also a skill anyone can learn. With a little practice, we can all effectively handle what life throws at us, while maintaining balance in the other areas of our lives.


Foundational Supplements for Health and Well-Being with Michelle Brown (Wellness Webinar)

Tuesday, February 16 at 12:15pm

There is a big difference between getting by and thriving. With the stress, pace, and culture of modern life, it can be challenging to get everything our bodies need from food alone, even if we eat healthy 100% of the time (and most people don’t!). Supplements can help ensure nothing is falling through the cracks in our diet and provide targeted support when we need it. The challenging part is knowing what an effective and safe supplement routine might include for promoting general health. This presentation will provide that valuable guidance.


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