How to Prevent Heart Disease Through Diet and Nutrition

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Revolution Physical Therapy's Community Education Speaker Series continues on June 21, at 7:30 p.m., when Rita Singer, RN, LDN will present a seminar on how to help prevent heart disease through healthy living.

  • How to commit to a healthy lifestyle without dieting
  • Know your numbers to keep yourself in check
  • Understand the specific dietary guidelines for reducing your risk of heart disease
  • Learn how to nourish your body with whole foods for overall disease prevention, weight management and increased energy 

Rita M. Singer is a registered dietitian and licensed dietitian/nutritionist and is the founder of RED Dietitians, LLC. She earned her bachelors degree in Nutrition at Virginia Tech University where she also continued her Dietetic Internship in the rural communities of Southwest Virginia. Rita’s interest in wellness first began when she was given the opportunity to intern at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, where she worked in the Cardiac Prevention Unit. These experiences helped Rita understand the prevalence of diabetes, obesity and the general lack of awareness about proper nutrition and wellness among many individuals. Rita helps individuals focus on a healthy lifestyle by educating and teaching nutrition, not dieting, for long-term weight management and disease prevention.  She emphasizes the importance of whole food nutrition by including foods your body recognizes as real such as whole fruits, whole vegetables, and whole grains.

The seminar will be held at our facilities at 20630 Rt. 19, Suite 102, in Cranberry Township, PA. RSVP for the event via email to info@revolutionphysicaltherapy.com or give us a call at (724) 591-8005.


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