Join us for a special event - just in time for the holidays - presented by Sara Peternell, MNT who is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition. This is a 60 minute live presentation!
It’s that time of year: “Cold & Flu Season”! It seems the cooler it gets outside, the more coughs and colds start popping up. This is especially true if you are a family with small children. Have you ever had an illness ruin your holidays? (The. Worst.😫) Sick/tired kids (or parents) means fewer fun outings, more missed days of school/work, and generally more stress for everyone (at an already pretty stress-filled time of year).
But, you can totally focus on nutrition, lifestyle and supplements to keep your family healthy this season.
Come to this fun and interactive workshop and learn some of my tried and true “beat the bugs” tips.
• This is a not-miss event! Handouts will be provided, too. • Sara Peternell is one of the preeminent nutrition practitioners in the Denver area, focusing on family nutrition, fertility, pregnancy, and post-partum. She is the owner of Family Nutrition Services located at 32nd and Newton St. in the Highlands. • Sara is a Colorado native and a Highlands resident. She thoroughly enjoys leading seasonal group nutrition programs, helping people to jump start their healthy eating goals and make lasting changes. • Sara earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Drake University and completed the Master of Nutrition Therapy program at the Nutrition Therapy Institute. As a graduate of this renowned program, she became a Master Nutrition Therapist (MNT), and she was also an instructor at the institute for five years. • Sara has been offering personalized nutrition services to individuals, children, families, non-profits and corporations since 2005. • Sara knows first-hand the benefits and necessity of excellent nutrition, which she puts to use in managing Hashimoto’s thyroid disease and Celiac disease and also after having experienced three miscarriages before becoming a mother to two children. She has a personal understanding of what nutritional approaches best assist with fertility, pregnancy and the post-partum period, as well as feeding babies and children.