The Food Behavior Connection

January 13, 2015
Jennifer Tardy Administrative Assistant

Jennifer Tardy
Administrative Assistant

Challenger Club is sponsored by the The North West Family YMCA.  They host monthly meetings for families who have children with special needs.  This month the topic is about the connection between the food we eat and behavior. Jennifer will cover topics such as how to make eating healthy, affordable, and fun. She will explain how to read labels, what food ingredients to avoid, and how healthy eating will allow you to see an improvement in negative behaviors.  Jennifer’s life experience as a parent of 2 special needs children, coupled with her formal education, promise to make this month’s meeting rewarding for anyone who attends!

Jennifer is an experienced Certified Holistic Health Coach, having a passion for nutrition that goes back almost 20 years working in health-related fields. She currently works with families and children of all ages and stages to educate, inspire, and encourage healthy habits that will last a lifetime through her business, East Coast Food Snob.  Jennifer also works part-time with Sprout Pediatrics LLC as a Referral and Information Specialist, will soon be Board Certified through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and is a full-time student majoring in Business Administration.

Please feel free to share this post with your friends on Facebook and other Social Media outlets! Childcare will also be provided for this event! The meeting will begin at 6:30 pm.

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Next Month’s Meeting

February 19
The speaker in February will be Kim Conant, a special needs nurse for Palmetto Pediatrics, who take care of 1,000 families in the Midlands. She is highly respected in our community and has helped many parents of special needs get necessary services over the past 20 years!

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