Time: 12 noon - 12:45 p.m. EST
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Presented by: Leslie Beck, RD, Director, Food and Nutrition at Medcan
Research has shown certain foods are associated with better cognitive function and memory. But which “brain-friendly” foods do you choose without succumbing to nutrition fads and trends? Leslie Beck has the answers. Pull out your lunch and plug in your headphones to hear guidance from the bestselling author, registered dietitian and Director, Food and Nutrition at Medcan, as she guides you through the latest research and practical tips.
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Leslie’s professional background, credentials and years of experience put her at the top of her field. Whether working one-on-one with clients, writing consumer books or consulting with the media, Leslie is able to translate the latest – and often complicated – nutrition and health information into diet advice that’s easy to understand and easy to follow. She’s not about gimmicks or fads – just science-based nutrition advice to help people follow a healthier lifestyle.
Working as a Registered Dietitian (RD) she has helped thousands of individuals achieve their nutrition and diet goals. At Medcan, Leslie offers clients dietary advice, personalized meal plans and science-based recommendations on the use of nutritional supplements.
Leslie is recognized by the media as an authority on nutrition and food issues and is an experienced communicator in television, radio and print media. She writes a weekly column in The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper and is a regular contributor to CTV news. Leslie’s nutrition advice can also be heard every week on Montreal’s CJAD Radio’s Andrew Carter Show.