Social Engagement: Nutrition
Studies show that making nutrition the mainstay of your meals may slow Parkinson's disease (PD) advancement. Join us on December 14 as Erin Presant, MD, a movement disorders specialist will highlight the power of nutrition. Dr. Presant will discuss culinary medicine, and how it can empower people with the knowledge and skills to make sustainable changes to their overall health and lives.
Please click the recipes below to view the ingredients so you can prepare and join us on the day of the program, ready to go!
Sweet Potato Hummus
Easy Chocolate Avocado Pudding
Dr. Erin Presant, DO & Certified Culinary Medical Specialist
For more information about Dr. Presant, visit www.medicineofyum.com or follow her on Instagram @medicineofyum or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/medicineofyum.
There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.
Due to the nature of our social engagement programs and to protect the privacy of participants, we will not be recording or archiving these programs. By not recording, it's our hope that the program provides a comfortable environment that encourages meaningful participation.
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