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Nourish Your Mind: How to Beat Stress with Nutrition

August 6 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Nutrition can be a core weapon against stress…you just have to learn how to use it.

Women who experience stress will start noticing changes in their body and report feelings of muscle tension, headaches, irritability, loss of focus and exhaustion to name a few.

Now, not many of us may realize that how we nourish our bodies has an impact on how we can beat stress. Sandra Mikhail, internationally-known accredited dietitian and founder of Nutrition A-Z, will take you on a journey that highlights the different signs of stress, nutrients essential for mental health and how to plan ahead for nourishment and immunity.

Agenda:

6.30pm – 7pm: Registration
7pm – 8pm: Speaker
8pm – 9.30 pm: Networking Apero with light standing dinner

Investment:
CHF 60 for PWG Members
CHF 80 for non-members

Meet the Speaker:
Sandra Mikhail is an internationally-known accredited practising dietitian, the founder of Nutrition A-Z and co-founder of The Wellbeing Hub.

She holds a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Monash University, Australia), a Master of Advanced Studies in Nutrition and Health (ETHZ) and is a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia.

Being a globe-trotting dietitian, she has extensive experience in clinical practice, nutrition consulting and health promotion, working in Australia, the UAE and Switzerland.

Her main areas of specialty are digestive disease, sports nutrition and corporate health working with popular brands and partners such as FCZ, Lululemon and Roots to name a few. As a mental health advocate, her workshops and articles on stress and nutrition have gained popularity internationally where she was personally invited by Arianna Huffington to contribute to her global platform Thrive and has appeared on CNN to talk about nutrition and stress in the workplace.

Details

Date:
August 6
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Website:
https://pwg-zh.com/events/nourish-your-mind-how-to-beat-stress-with-nutrition/