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Stress and diet: how are they linked? webinar


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Add to Calendar 20-06-2022 12:30 20-06-2022 13:00 false Europe/London Stress and diet: how are they linked? webinar Most of us are familiar with stress – but how can you modify your diet to improve your resilience to it?
  • Webinar
  • Watch online
  • Online
  • 20 June 2022
  • 12:30 - 13:00 (UK time)
Part of a range of events delivered by the ICE Benevolent Fund.

About this event

We all know that when we eat right, we feel right, and when we eat less well, we don’t feel right. But did you know that our eating habits can also impact our ability to cope with stress? Join us for this bitesized webinar as we discuss the links between stress and diet and how we can eat our way to a more resilient lifestyle!

The webinar will explore:

  • Which foods could boost your resilience to stress?
  • Optimal times to be using caffeine and its impact
  • Using food to improve your sleep
  • The links between stress and immunity

For further information, please contact the ICE Benevolent Fund at [email protected] or call 01444 417 979.

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12:30 - Introduction from Sarah Parker, Casework and Communications Executive, ICE Ben Fund
12:35 - Presentation from Anjanette Fraser, Registered Nutritionist, The Natural Alternative Health and Wellbeing Ltd
12:55 - Q&A, Anjanette Fraser, facilitated by Sarah Parker, ICE Ben Fund


Anjanette Fraser

The Natural Alternative Health and Wellbeing Ltd.

Anjanette Fraser

Anjanette founded The Natural Alternative Health & Wellbeing Ltd in 2005 following her first degree in Business and previous career in Corporate Finance at PricewaterhouseCoopers London. The company offers employee health & wellbeing services - with a Nutrition twist.

Based on science, the services include webinars, seminars and wellbeing events at clients including CGI, Avis Budget, BP, ICAEW, Louis Vuitton, Coke. Anjanette is currently studying a MSc Nutritional Medicine to make sure all content is scientific and current.

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ICE Benevolent Fund Team

e: [email protected]