Events: Arizona - Phoenix - Scottsdale
- Health Workshop
- 01.18.2018 06.00PM - 08.00PM
- Sky Song - Scottsdale
- Health & Wellness Events
Scottsdale-based Registered Dietician, Karen Graham, just announced an educational weight loss workshop from 6 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018 at Sky Song, (1475 N. Scottsdale Rd, Bld. 1, 2nd Floor in Scottsdale), to teach people why an unhealthy gut leads to the accumulation of body fat.
According to Graham, it all starts in the gut. An unhealthy gut not only leads to weight gain but a host of other complaints such as fatigue, foggy brain, lack of motivation, cravings, poor sleep, anxiety, etc.
Seminar attendees will learn how to take the necessary steps to heal their gut, lose weight and remain healthy, once and for all by receiving personalized nutrition instead of a “one diet fits all” approach.
This workshop will educate attendees so they understand why an unhealthy gut leads to the accumulation of body fat and what necessary steps to take to remain healthy, once and for all.
Attendees will receive:
- A two hour, In-depth seminar by a registered dietitian that specializes in gastrointestinal issues and weight loss. Attendees will learn why gut health plays such a major role in weight gain/weight loss and what they can do to change it.
- Food sensitivity testing. There will be a phlebotomist on site to draw blood for this test. This is a blood draw that will test attendees blood for 95 of the most common food sensitivities. This is not a food allergy test. This is the most important first step in identifying & resolving underlying issues causing weight gain.
- Body Composition Analysis- This will be performed on site at the seminar using the InBody 250. Attendees will receive a detailed printout.
- They will learn how to read the food sensitivity results & how to implement them so when they receive them via email, they can hit the ground running.
- A one-on-one consultation with Karen Graham, RDN. This is a 90-minute consultation that will be scheduled for a date after the seminar.
The early bird rate, good through Jan. 4, 2018, is $475. After Jan. 4, 2018, the cost is $490.