Lecture Series – The Science of Fat
With Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, MAPP, MCC, ERYT
Tuesday, January 29th from 8:00pm – 10:00pm EST
Does your New Years resolution involve fat? According to an article at Inc.com, a study of 2,000 people found that the top three resolutions that people set in 2019 have to do with fat! People said they would:
- Diet or eat healthier (71%)
- Exercise more (65%)
- Lose weight (54%)
In America around 160 million people are obese or overweight. What’s your relationship to fat like? Are you trying to lose it or gain it? Do you tame it? Or, do you shame it?
Join Emiliya to take a look at fat from a scientific perspective.
- What is it? How does it work?
- How is it entwined with our nervous system, immune system, muscles and mood?
- Why do some people pack on fat while others rarely struggle with theirs?
In the same way that Positive Psychology has helped us create a more a more harmonious relationship with our “inner elephant,” this session, will help us use the science of fat to create a more respectful relationship with it. And in the process, we’ll learn to gain greater mastery over fat, which includes shrinking fat cells, releasing weight and using fat more efficiently in the body.
*Must be a CAPP Student or Graduate to register
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