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Beating the Winter Blues with Food & Fitness

From the Show: Eat Right Radio
Summary: Food and fitness choices can make a huge difference in your mental and physical condition as you move through the winter season.
Air Date: 12/16/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Kim Larson, RDN
Larson Kim 0852webKim Larson, RDN, is a board-certified specialist in sports dietetics and founder of Total Health, a nutrition consulting company specializing in nutrition, fitness and health coaching for individuals, athletes and teams. Larson conducts personal nutrition coaching for corporations, as well as industry consulting work on topics related to nutrition, food and health. She speaks to audiences including consumer groups, sports teams and organizations, corporate wellness programs, community programs, the fitness industry and other health care professionals. Larson has extensive experience in public relations, communications, writing, corporate program design, development and implementation and fitness and nutrition education for consumers. Larson developed a six-month program of public service announcements for a Puget Sound radio station on behalf of Washington registered dietitian nutritionists, in which she created and voiced healthful eating messages for consumers. Larson received the 2012 President’s Award for outstanding service from the Washington State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Larson is a graduate of Viterbo University.
Beating the Winter Blues with Food & Fitness
Food and fitness choices can make a huge difference in your mental and physical condition as you move through the winter season.

Kim Larson, RDN, explains the importance of hydration, eating at regular intervals, how to fit in daily exercise when it’s cold outside, and specific foods that boost mental and physical health.

Larson also provides tips for including foods in your diet that elevate mood and ward off depression, as well as fitness options that keep energy and everyday performance high.

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