CHEP: Eating Well During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Free health videoconference(2)

We invite you to join us for this ZOOM CHEP session on Eating Well During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Here is a TO DO list, if you do not already have Zoom installed on your computer, please sign up for a FREE account at https://zoom.us/freesignup.You can even do this on your phone or your tablet. 

You must register for this videoconference by March 19th , 5 p.m. by sending Margaret Winn  mwinn@heritagelsl.ca  an email. She will send you the link to register online. On the day of the videoconference, you simply click on the link that will automatically be sent to you and we’ll see you there! 

 

COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM (CHEP) 

Health Video Conference via ZOOM 

Monday, March 22, 4 to 5 p.m. (EST)  Eating Well During the COVID-19 Pandemic (an encore presentation) 

Thea Demmers, P.Dt., M.Sc., Dietitian 

Moderated by Jo Ann Jones with Host Kelly L. Howarth 

How do we practice healthy lifestyle habits to manage stress in the middle of a  pandemic? “Proper nutrition and hydration are vital. People who eat a well-balanced  diet tend to be healthier with stronger immune systems and lower risk of chronic  illnesses and infectious diseases.” (World Health Organization (WHO). 

FIND OUT—YOU WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN AND ASK 

QUESTIONS ABOUT

  1. Strategies for eating well during stress
  2. What is mindful eating *
  3. How the ‘nudge theory’ relates to healthy eating

* please bring 3 raisins, nuts, or similar-sized food to participate

ABOUT OUR PRESENTER 

Thea Demmers, P.Dt., M.Sc., Dietitian, is Nutrition Suite Supervisor at Concordia  University PERFORM Centre, involved in health promotion and research.   

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES 

  • Nutrition Advice for Adults – World Health Organization 
  • Coronavirus Disease and Food Safety – Health Canada (April 2020)
  • Rock What You’ve Got—Recipes for Preventing Food Waste – Guelph Family  Health Study (September 2019) 

Visit CHEP online @ www.chssn.org 

This CHSSN initiative is funded through Health Canada’s 

Official Languages Health Contribution Program 2018-2023.