(Cancelled) Nutrition Roundtable: Are Fad Diets Sustainable?

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(Cancelled) Nutrition Roundtable: Are Fad Diets Sustainable?

  • date: March 7, 2020
  • time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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  • Please note that this event has been cancelled.

    Are fad diets sustainable? You’ve been curious about Keto, but want to know how it works with your earth-friendly lifestyle. Or maybe you want to start intermittent fasting, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you. At this free roundtable event, join Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Emilyann Kinlaw of Growing Roots Nutrition for open discussions on the Keto diet, intermittent fasting, and if fad diets can be sustainable for bodies and for the earth.



    Emilyann Kinlaw of Growing Roots Nutrition is a judgement-free Registered Dietitian Nutritionist based in the greater Seattle area. Emilyann is passionate about helping clients find the root causes of health concerns and grow nutrition that is kind to mind, body, spirit, and Earth. 

    While earning her bachelor’s degree in nutrition, Emilyann worked in a community garden and discovered the importance of local food for health. She moved to Seattle for holistic nutrition training through Bastyr University and to create local food connections. Emilyann is a dietitian with in-depth knowledge of how food is grown and how the body uses food. She believes you are your body’s best expert and can guide you in listening to your body to create a sustainable and flexible nutrition pattern that changes with the seasons.

    Emilyann approaches nutrition care with intuitive eating, integrative and functional nutrition, and environmental health perspectives. She  will be accepting clients in the near future. To find out more, email emilyann@growingrootsnutrition.com. Follow Emilyann on Instagram @growingrootsnutrition 

    Disclaimer: The Nutrition Roundtable offers space for general discussions of nutrition topics. In attending, you agree that Emilyann and Growing Roots Nutrition is not liable for any changes you make to your nutrition or lifestyle. Always consult with a qualified healthcare provider who is aware of your individual health history before making any changes.