MADISON, NJ - The Madison Public Library is hosting a Virtual Summer Seminar on July 27 at 1:30pm.

The seminar, presented by: Christina Lavner, RD, Nutrition Services, Summit Medical Group, will focus on an anti-inflammatory diet, along with exercise, can yield many health benefits, such as improved symptoms of many chronic conditions, reduced cancer risk, and a lower risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. 

Learn more about this healthy way of eating and how to get started. 

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Christina Lavner, RD is the Registered Dietitian supporting Summit Medical Group’s Oncology/ Hematology team in Florham Park. Christina has worked as a Registered Dietitian since 2001. She has extensive clinical experience covering a variety of medical conditions including cardiovascular disease, GI disorders, kidney disease, and weight management. For the last 5 years, Christina has focused on cancer prevention, treatment, and healthy survivorship. She feels that nutrition is a critical part of achieving an overall healthy lifestyle.

“I feel you need to take the whole person into consideration when making a healthy eating plan. It’s not just what we eat but why we eat.” says Lavner.



This lecture will be held virtually on Zoom.  Please email reference@madison.mainlib.org to register. You will receive basic instructions on how to use Zoom.

 

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