Free Eating for Your Health Program Reveals Snacking Tips

PRINCETON, N.J. –  While no single snack food ensures a sharp brain, some can optimize your brain power better than others—and an upcoming webinar from Eating for Your Health will reveal which ones may work best for you in under 60 minutes.

The Princeton, N.J.-based organization will host a one-hour webinar called “Smart Snacks: Optimizing Brain Power” next Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. EST. The one-hour session will give the inside scoop on the best foods for thought, which ingredients may increase sluggishness and a few simple recipes that help provide a shot of brain power—all from a holistic Ayurvedic perspective.

“Because of rushed schedules, many people tend to resort to eating processed meals and forgetting how a balanced relationship with food can create a positive impact on their overall health and performance,” says Tammy L. Sands, the event’s presenter. “There are healthier, wholesome snack choices available based on different body types that can create better physical and spiritual balances and even boost your brain.”

Attendees of this free, non-judgmental webinar will also learn the following:

  • The relationship between Ayurveda and the brain.
  • Reasons some foods create brain sluggishness.
  • Similarities between the brain and a walnut.
  • Three easy recipes and why they are classified as smart snacks.
  • Other smart food items and activities to optimize brain power.

Sands, a professional well-being practitioner and the founder of Lightness of Being ~ Mind, Movement & Advocacy in Princeton, will also explain the ins and outs of an Ayurvedic diet and its scientific benefits.

“Ayurveda is an ancient Indian healing science considered the sister science to yoga because it focuses on healthy digestion, routine and self-care,” Sands says. “Overall, there are three doshas, each corresponding to a different element of nature. And while each person contains elements of each dosha, one primary dosha typically dominates each of us individually. In the webinar, we will show how participants can identify which dosha may match them and which foods and activities will bring their life into better balance.”

This webinar is the second program in the Dorothy Mullen Speaker Series, which connects health and nutrition subject matter experts with the community and shares how what you eat and how you feel are interconnected – How You Feel is Data!®. The series is named in honor of the late founder of Eating for Your Health, formerly known as The Suppers Programs.

The brain-boosting snack webinar is also one of several unique programs participants can attend in person or online in November. Also on tap are several one-hour sessions about the practice of mindful eating, a kraut-making workshop that discusses ways to improve your gut health and tips on how to stay on track during the holiday “eating season.”

Are you looking to partner with Eating for Your Health, attend a webinar or donate to the cause? Please visit www.eatingforyourhealth.org or call (609) 373-1400.

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About Eating for Your Health

Eating for Your Health by Suppers is a nonprofit 501c3 organization based in Princeton, New Jersey, that provides a supportive, non-judgmental learning environment where people can discover a way of cooking and eating that improves and sustains optimal health. The organization connects an ecosystem of medical and healthcare practitioners, community partners, chefs and farmers with people seeking resources and support for a healthy lifestyle through in-person and virtual programming.

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