Eating Well for Living Healthy
Adults interested in learning more about how foods affect our bodies in different ways are invited to register for one or all of the sessions in Eating Well for Living Healthy, March 25, April 8 and 29, May 13, and June 3. Classes will take place in the Bertha Wood meeting room at Thomas Library. Registered dietetic technician Gia DeMartinis-Novak will lead the classes. Registration for individual sessions is necessary. Sign up at the Reference desk or call. Foods to Fight Inflammation will be the first class, to take place on March 25. Chronic inflammation feeds a variety of diseases such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus, heart disease, COPD, etc. Choosing to eat the right foods can benefit the body and assist in the management of chronic inflammation.