BRAIN FOOD: Nutrition For a Healthier Mind

Free
Wed, Mar 20, 2024, 2:00 – 3:00 PM PDT
BRAIN FOOD: Nutrition For a Healthier Mind


BRAIN FOOD: Nutrition For a Healthier Mind
Presented by Kristen Maahs-Kohlberg, ALZOC

Nutrition plays a huge role in how we feel mentally, how clear our thinking is, and how sharp our focus is.

Alzheimer's Orange County returns to the Susi Q with an interactive discussion of age-related changes in memory and just how much nutrition and diet can impact your cognitive health.

Learn what foods to eat, and those to avoid for a healthier brain and body.


About Kristen

Kristen Maahs-Kolberg is an Associate Director of the Community Outreach team at Alzheimer’s Orange County. As a fourth generation Orange County resident, she is committed to serving her community. She currently serves at the president of the Anaheim Historical Society and is a Cultural and Heritage Commissioner for the city. Kristen graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a degree in Public Health. While caring for her grandparents, she joined the Outreach and Advocacy team at Alzheimer’s Orange County. She also supports multiple collaborative groups that serve older adults in the community. When she is not working, you can find Kristen spending time with family and friends, learning about local history, at a concert, or cooking. She is interested in learning about different cultures and sharing new experiences with her loved ones. 

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