Kramer Hall Fall Lunch and Learn Presentations
Who: The Wellness Center at Stockton University, Bacharach Center for Rehabilitation-Sleep Center
What: Fall Lunch and Learn Presentations
When: 12 p.m., Oct. 12 & 18, 2017; Nov. 8, 2017
Where: Kramer Hall, 30 Front St., Hammonton, N.J. 08037
Event Description: On Thursday, Oct. 12, Kim Raring, M.S., R.D., registered dietitian and nutritionist, will present “How to Reduce Sugar.” Raring will review the dietary recommendations for added sugar and explain how to read a food label. Each participant will be able to calculate how much added sugar they are typically consuming.
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, Mary Adekunle, clinical director of Bacharach’s Sleep Center, will present “Consequences of Sleep Deprivation.” Adekunle will discuss how poor sleep quality can impact one’s health, memory, mood and more. “Sleep is just as important as diet and exercise,” said Adekunle. “When you have adequate sleep you are mentally sharp and able to function better. Lack of sleep can put you at risk for accidents, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke.”
On Wednesday, Nov. 8, Luanne Anton, Stockton University health educator and a certified Meditation Instructor, will present “The Importance of Fitness.” Anton will discuss various ways to achieve a higher level of fitness followed by a 30-minute yoga session, perfect for beginner to intermediate levels. Participants are asked to dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat or large towel to class.
How to Register: Each presentation is free and open to the public. RSVP’s are required, as space is limited. Oct. 12: RSVP at https://boostfiber.eventbrite.com; Oct. 18: RSVP at https://lackofsleep.eventbrite.com; Nov. 8: RSVP at https://fitnesslife.eventbrite.com.
Please consider bringing a nonperishable food item to support Stockton University’s food drive. All items collected at Kramer Hall will be distributed within the Town of Hammonton.
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