Poor eating and stress-related habits have resulted in high levels of obesity, heart disease, and other health problems in our world today. In this seminar, Victoria Nieveen, registered dietitian and Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner, will take a deeper look into why food matters and address how functional nutrition focuses on the underlying causes of chronic illnesses to lead individuals to a healthier and significantly more sustainable life of quality and wellness.
We all know the struggle of trying to stay healthy with busy lives and the feelings of frustration that often result from trying to do it alone. That’s why we invite you to participate in our PALM ProLon® Challenge, a group wellness tournament to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. The challenge includes a 5-day Fasting Mimicking Diet meal kit ($250 value), email encouragement throughout the week for motivation and accountability, and entry into a raffle to win a 75-minute Lymphatic Restorative Massage ($150 value). We encourage you to complete an optional Body Composition Analysis before and after the challenge to measure your results, for an additional $20 each. We’ll also host a pre-challenge group get-together for you to pick up your box, talk to others who have completed the ProLon® diet, ask for tips, and give advice to first-time participants.
Leave the leftovers at home! While shoppers crowd the department stores and football fans relax in front of the television, bring your friends and family to the PALM Café for brunch on the Friday after Thanksgiving. We will feature prix fixe special seasonal entrées, such as brioche French toast with blueberry custard, smoked salmon on a pretzel bun, and pumpkin spice pancakes.
While the practice of fasting has existed for centuries, the reasons behind it have changed over time and from culture to culture. Why do people fast today, and what are the benefits of abstaining from food for a period of time? Join Dr. Scott Jamison for an in-depth look at common patterns of fasting, such as intermittent fasting, time-restricted eating, and periodic prolonged fasting.
We all know the struggle of trying to stay healthy with busy lives and the feelings of frustration that often result from trying to do it alone. That’s why we invite you to participate in our first-ever PALM ProLon® Challenge, a group wellness tournament to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. The challenge includes: a 5-day meal kit ($250 value), email encouragement throughout the week for motivation and accountability, and entry into a raffle to win a 75-minute Lymphatic Restorative Massage ($150 value).
As flu and cold season approaches, maintaining the health of the immune system is vitally important. In this seminar, registered dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo will address proper nutrition for enhancing and supporting the immune system to help prevent winter illnesses and to stay as healthy as possible through the coldest months of the year.
The human brain is the most complex organ in the body; naturally, it makes sense that the brain requires a range of specific vitamins and minerals in order to function properly. In this seminar, registered dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo will take a deeper look at brain-boosting nutrients such as antioxidants, B vitamins, healthy fats, and omega-3 fatty acids to help you choose the best foods to fuel your body’s most intricate organ.
Digestion is one of the many body systems vital to health and well-being: it involves different organs working together to fuel the body by converting food into energy and by breaking food down into essential nutrients. In this seminar, dietitian Victoria Nieveen will help you understand the process of digestion and teach you simple strategies to optimize the overall health of your digestive system and naturally overcome some common digestive issues.
In this Lunch and Learn, Hot Topics in Functional Medicine: From Gut Health to Chronic Disease, Dr. Scott Jamison will present the latest trends and critical topics in health today, including autoimmune issues, SIBO, intermittent fasting, the gut-thyroid connection, cancer, and much more. He will discuss how functional medicine can help individuals get to the root cause of their health challenges and will review the core foundations and applications of this systems-based approach to medicine.
Form, footwear, and diet all play a part in being a healthy runner. Ashley Kumar, physical therapist, will discuss the ideal form for running as well as how to perform an effective warm-up and strength training program to prevent common running injuries. She will also discuss optimal nutrition for active runners, as well as the best footwear to improve runs.