From Friday, May 17, 2024 to Saturday, May 18, 2024 May 17, 2024 May 18, 2024 The Lodge at Woodloch
Lori Fish Bard, Licensed Clinical Nutritionist
May 17th - 18th
Lori Fish Bard, MS, CNS, LDN, is a licensed clinical nutritionist and board-certified integrative health counselor who works with men, women, children, and families to provide a personalized, highly supportive blueprint to help them identify and accomplish their health goals. Lori uses a holistic, functional, and integrative approach to help develop sustainable habits to live a healthy, nourished and balanced life. Her interests include digestive and gut health, metabolic syndrome, thyroid health, autoimmunity, celiac disease/gluten sensitivity and food allergies. Lori offers individual nutrition coaching, group coaching programs, seasonal cleanses, cooking demonstrations and wellness workshops. Through all these platforms, Lori loves sharing the gift of improved health with her clients. Lori received her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition & Integrative Health from the Maryland University for Integrative Health (MUIH). She is licensed by the Board of Dietetic Practice of the State of Maryland. She received her training and certification in integrative health coaching from the internationally recognized training program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in New York City. She is a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) and a member of the International Association for Health Coaches (IAHC). Lori has been featured in the Washington Post Express and Delight Gluten Free, a magazine for those with gluten intolerance and food allergies. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Celiac Disease Program at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC.
She is the mother of three children, ages 21, 18, and 14, and lives in Bethesda, Maryland. For more information about Lori, please visit her website at www.healthyheartbeet.com.
Friday, May 17th
Smart Nutrition for Busy Women
“I don’t have time to eat healthy!” “I’m too busy!” “I’m exhausted when I get home – I don’t feel like cooking!” Do these sound familiar? With the demands of women in today’s non-stop, fast-paced society, it is hard to find the time to prepare and eat nutritious foods. But although it may take some commitment and motivation, the effort may not be as hard as you think. Discover ideas, tips, and strategies to create a healthier lifestyle - even when your life is beyond hectic.
Saturday, May 18th
Eating for Energy: 10 Ways to Boost Your Energy and Stay That Way
What is the major cause of fatigue in women? Research tells us that it is rooted in diet and lifestyle. Learn what foods and superfoods are best to eat to increase your energy levels and how to integrate lifestyle changes to keep you feeling happy, healthy, and energized. You will once and for all understand how to have energy all day without needing your 3pm pickup.