Wagner shares food efficiency expertise
Mon, Jan 9, 2017
The human body runs most efficiently on food that’s in its natural form, or close to it.
That’s why BayCare Clinic’s Dr. Lynn Wagner designed a four-week online course to help people use proper nutrition to repair their relationship with food. The program, called Food for Fuel, starts on January 16.
“Simply put, if you eat food that is saturated with fat and preservatives, your body has to work harder to do its job,” said Wagner, an integrative lifestyle medicine physician with BayCare Clinic. “If we make the body’s job easier, it will make our life easier.”
The course includes weekly content, grocery lists, videos and worksheets. Participants can expect to experience improved mood and sleep, clearer skin, increased energy, positive self-image, enhanced productivity, and more.
“It’s not about counting calories or sticking to certain diets, it’s about getting back to what food is meant to do and honoring your body by nourishing it,” Wagner said.
Wagner sees patients at Integrative Lifestyle Medicine BayCare Clinic, 106 N. Wisconsin St., De Pere.
Visit Food for Fuel for more information.
About BayCare Clinic
BayCare Clinic, baycare.net, is the largest physician-owned specialty-care clinic in Northeast Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. With its 100-plus physicians, BayCare Clinic offers expertise in more than 20 specialties, serving clinical locations in 13 regional communities. Based in Green Bay, Wis., BayCare Clinic is a joint partner in Aurora BayCare Medical Center.