Event Type: Webinar
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August 29, 2023
12:00pm - 1:30pm
At your computer/device
Balance Your Plate with Nourish at Stanford CARE
Food can be an important part of identity for many in the Asian/Pacific Islander (API) community. Yet with the prevalence of chronic conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes in Asian communities, API individuals often feel the need to abandon their beloved cultural foods in order to improve their health, leading to unsustainable lifestyle changes and self-doubt.
Nourish at Stanford CARE has a mission to improve the health of API individuals through culturally sensitive nutrition education for Asians and delicious, healthy recipes that celebrate Asian culture. In this free webinar, you will learn about the components of a balanced meal, simple recipes you can try from the NOURISH cookbook, and creative ways to make small yet impactful changes to the Asian foods you love.
Whether you are part of the API community or simply curious about a healthier way to enjoy Asian cuisine, you are invited to join Nourish’s dynamic team of physicians, registered dietitians, and healthcare interns for a fun and enriching discussion on how to make more sustainable changes to your eating habits in a deliciously nutritious way.
This class will be recorded and a one-week link to the recording will be shared with all registered participants.
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Instructors: Minal Moharir, MD, is a physician at Stanford’s Occupational Health Department, where she combines clinical practice with identifying and addressing health and safety issues in the workplace to prevent employee injuries and illnesses. She is also the co-founder of Nourish, a project that aims to educate API individuals about refined carbohydrates, balanced meals, and provide culturally tailored resources.
Lily Phan, MS, RD, CNSC, the lead registered dietitian at Nourish, is instrumental in creating impactful content that serves API communities and empowers individuals to adopt healthy eating habits. She holds a master’s degree in nutrition sciences from San Jose State University and is certified as a registered dietitian by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Shailja Mathur, MS, M.Ed., RDN, is a public health administrator and a community engaged registered dietitian. For over twenty years, she has built strategic partnerships and expanded programming to reach underserved and underrepresented populations on behalf of Rutgers University, developing multi-state and multi-county nutrition education initiatives fostering healthier lifestyles for individuals, families, and communities she serves.
Class details are subject to change.
Summer quarter registration opens on June 13