Are you interested in hearing how health and wellness through proper nutrition is an important factor in sustainable development?
In this critical times that the Covid-19 virus is rampaging all over the globe and exacting a continually growing toll in human lives in even the most advanced economies and highly developed societies in the world, there is a need to examine and focus on encouraging governments to formulate and implement policies and programs that will promote health and wellness, prevent diseases, and boost the immune capacity of their people. Dr. Susana M. Balingit will share her insights on the need to bring the importance of health and wellness into the agenda tackling sustainable development and nutrition.
In any natural healing program, assuring that you are getting the proper nutrition is very important. The most nutritious foods are those which have been subjected to the least amount of processing and contamination. These are called natural foods. From the time food is harvested to the time it ends up on the grocery shelf or your refrigerator, it goes through many steps of processing. Each step may lower its nutritional value, as well as add harmful chemicals.
We invite you to join this virtual event with our partner, The Farm at San Benito and Dr. Susana M. Balingit and get insights on the importance of health and wellness especially during these times.
Event DetailsLocation: ZoomDate: August 20, 2020Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Admission FeesMember Fee: FreeGuest Fee: 500 PHP
Dr. Susana M. Balingit
Medical Doctor at The Farm at San Benito
Dr. Susana M. Balingit has been working with various community health-oriented development programs and projects for almost three decades. She practiced medicine in many far-flung marginalized communities and focused her efforts in “rediscovering” indigenous knowledge and practices (IKP) that can be harnessed to promote health and wellness and prevent disease. The body of knowledge learned and the wealth of experience she has gained has provided people and communities with a more sustainable and accessible.