Webinar: Metabolic Health and Lifestyle Medicine

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Webinar: Metabolic Health and Lifestyle Medicine

April 10 @ 8:00 pm 10:00 pm

Metabolic Health and Lifestyle Medicine Webinar explores the role of metabolic health and lifestyle medicine in enabling our mood, energy, sleep, immunity and other life processes.

Sami (Papacek) Mansfield, Founder of Cancer Wellness for Life & MY LIFESTYLE SHIFT, a program for Cancer Patients joined us to discuss the importance of metabolic flexibility and healthy body composition.

Speaker: Sami Mansfield
Event Date: April 10, 8 pm IST/ 10:30 am EST / 2:30 pm GMT

Metabolic flexibility, which refers to the body’s ability to switch between using glucose and fat for fuel presents a great opportunity to improve our bodily functions. In this webinar, we will also explore the factors that influence mitochondrial health and metabolic flexibility, and how optimizing these can impact our energy levels, mood, cognitive function, and longevity.

In case you are interested in joining the MyLifestyle Shift Program:, Use: promo code “Fiterobic” for 10% off (no expiration)

Key Learning Objectives:

  • The Science and Practical Application of Metabolic Health
  • Foundations of Lifestyle Medicine
  • The Power of Habits for the Professional and the Patient
  • Building your brand and business
  • Lifestyle Medicine Toolkit for Cancer and Shift program

Watch the Recording:


April 10
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
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References for the Webinar slides:

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