Registered dietitian Karlene Karst offers tips for wellbeing during stressful September
VANCOUVER, Sept. 9, 2013 /CNW/ - After focusing all their energy on getting kids ready for back-to-school, busy, stressed-out parents often neglect their own nutrition priorities and as a result are more susceptible to the negative effects of stress. Vancouver-based registered dietitian and natural health expert Karlene Karst is available to offer expert advice and time-saving tips for adults to get back on track and manage stress this Fall through healthy food choices, smart snacking, and meal plan strategies. As a busy parent herself, Karlene will also share her personal approach for ensuring she keeps her energy up and stress at bay.
Karlene's motto is "let food be your medicine" and she can speak to variety of topics including:
- Stress-free snacking - best choices for snacking on the go, and how to avoid highly processed, sugar-laden snack foods
- Eating for energy - brain and energy-boosting foods for adults
- Easing the cooking chaos - tips on time management when preparing meals while juggling a busy activity schedule
- Smart supplementation - complementing snacks and meals to get a complete range of nutrients each day
When: September 9 - 12, 2013
Where: In-studio or telephone interviews for Vancouver, Burnaby and Victoria, British Columbia
About Jamieson Laboratories
Established in 1922, Jamieson Laboratories is Canada's largest manufacturer and distributor of advanced natural-health products and a world-leading innovator in the development of proprietary supplement formulas. Jamieson products are made at the company's state-of-the-art laboratories in Windsor, Ont. With corporate offices in Toronto, Jamieson exports products to more than 50 countries. For more information, please call 1-800- 265-5088. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/jamiesonvitamins, and follow us on Twitter @Jamieson_Labs.
SOURCE: Jamieson Laboratories
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