Sunday, January 8th, 2023 – 9:00AM to 12:00PM (EST) – Food and Neurocognition – In-Person Program – Washington, DC

$200.00

This in-person programming will be held at:

Seva Teaching Kitchen at George Washington University
1810 K St NW
Washington, DC 20006

There will be no virtual option for this date.

Food and Neurocognition: This module is a detailed overview of the evidence showing that glucose dysregulation causes impaired brain functioning. We will review how modern diets contribute to increasing rates of dementia, understand the role of diet in ADHD, and review foods shown to be neuroprotective and likely to promote optimal brain functioning. Attendees will be able to discuss the negative impact of the standard American diet on neurocognition and the role healthcare practitioners can have in promoting improved cognitive functioning through dietary interventions.

For more information, please email kdotson@culinarymedicine.org, 202-790-3221

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This in-person programming will be held at:

Seva Teaching Kitchen at George Washington University
1810 K St NW
Washington, DC 20006

There will be no virtual option for this date.

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