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Wellness center offers nutrition, weight-management program


Are you confused about diet and nutrition because of all the different diet recommendations out there?The Wellness Center in Martinsburg is offering "Weigh to Go" from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays, Sept. 25 to Oct. 16, in the second-floor conference room of the McCormack Center on the Berkeley Medical Center campus.âWeigh to Go focuses on learning to nourish your body to feel better and manage disease,â Joan Starliper, a registered dietitian and instructor for the program, said in a news release. âThe program helps you learn the importance of being consistent in your habits and to use food to fuel your body for good health.âParticipants will learn nutrition essentials, meal planning, grocery store tips, label reading, diet pitfalls, lifestyle habit essentials, and how stress management and emotions affect habits.

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