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Making art of any kind can be extremely stressful. If you want to learn how to eat to combat stress, this workshop is for you!

You will learn:

- How the food you eat and your stress-levels are connected
- What foods can help to lower your stress response
- What foods could be making your stress worse
- How to plan to eat in a way to reduce stress

Fight stress and anxiety from the inside out!

Date: Monday November 16, 2015
Time: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: The Al & Malka Green Artists’ Health Centre (Toronto Western Hospital, 399 Bathurst St.)
Cost: $20 Early Bird, $25 Regular.  $55 for all three!

Click here to register.

This is the third of three workshops in our Art of Eating Well series.  The other two in this series are:

Monday November 2, 2015: Nutrition for the Starving Artist: Eating Well on a Budget

Monday November 9, 2015: Nutrition for the Busy Artist: Eating Well on the Go


Nishta Saxena has been working as a registered dietitian in the public and private sectors since 2005. Her expertise includes paediatric nutrition, along with chronic disease prevention and management.

As a former dancer, she is acutely aware of the power nutrition can have on a body and performance. In her practice she helps individuals and families through the stages of nutrition — child growth and development, shopping and meal planning, and common issues like allergies and eating disorders. With Nishta’s holistic, nutrition-for-real-life approach, which she uses in her own family, she helps people feed the household affordably while meeting nutritional needs in fun, easy ways. This is one reason her “Feeding Your Baby”program is so popular. She is also known as a“nutrition mythbuster,” promoting evidence-based nutrition rather than food trends.

Nishta completed her clinical dietetic internship at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, and her MSc in Clinical Nutrition Science at the University of Toronto, where she has a faculty appointment in the Department of Family & Community Medicine.

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