From many angles, we’ve been told that there is little we can do to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, so we hope for the best and wait for a pharmaceutical cure. But the truth is you can reduce your risk by: eating right, exercising, staying mentally and socially active, and keeping stress in check. Heart-healthy foods can positively affect our brain health and ability to function. Certain nutrients may affect memory, concentration, and learning. Learn ways you can lead a heart-healthy and brain-healthy lifestyle in this information-packed class. CODE: 19/NC 3000 CK102
Nutrition for Dementia
- Class Type: Personal Enrichment
- Location: Kearney
- Start Date: June 15, 2020
- Time: 12 noon - 1 p.m.
- Instructor: Kaiti George, RD, MNT
- Cost: $29
- Address: 1215 30th Ave.
- Location: CCC-Kearney, Room 210
For more information, contact Delilah Gillming at 308-338-4008 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She also will take your registration if you prefer not to register online.