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Talia Segal Fidler
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Talia Segal Fidler

Holistic Nutritionist

Talia Segal Fidler

Saturday, March 9, 2024 March 9, 2024 The Lodge at Woodloch

Talia Segal Fidler, MS. HHC, AADP, Holistic Nutritionist 
March 9th
Talia Segal Fidler, MS, HHC, AADP holds a Master’s of Science degree in Health and Nutrition Education and a Bachelor of Fine Arts.  She has been teaching art at the JCC of Manhattan for the past 15 years, as well as participating in the wellness and culinary programs.  Through her work with hundreds of students of all ages, she realized the important role of nutrition in disease prevention and healing, and how powerful the mind-body connection is in relation to our eating habits. A board-certified Holistic Nutrition Coach, Talia’s mission is to empower her clients to take control of their health, and improve their eating habits and their well-being by making sustainable changes that will be appropriate to their own individual lifestyle. Talia gives workshops and group lectures on nutrition-related topics such as food and longevity, seasonal eating, detoxification, foods that fuel, mindful eating, plant-based nutrition, navigating the supermarket, and nutrition for disease prevention. Talia also has a diverse professional background as a fine artist, and has been showing her artworks in galleries and museums in the USA for the past 20 years.

Saturday, March 9th
The MIND Diet

8:30pm
There is growing scientific evidence that dietary intake can reduce the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Recent studies suggest that a specific diet called the MIND diet may reduce these risks. The MIND diet emphasizes foods shown to support a healthy brain and recommends limiting potentially damaging choices.