Santa Maria Sun / School Scene
The following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] - Volume 13, Issue 18
Learn about good nutrition in the Santa Ynez Valley
Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital will be host to a continuing series of free “Nutrition and Diabetes Wellness Classes” taught by clinical dietitian Stacey Bailey. Classes will be held every Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. in front conference room of the hospital at 2050 Viborg Road in Solvang.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunches to enjoy during the class. The upcoming schedule is:
• July 18: Fish, Flax and Omega-3 Fat Facts
• July 25: Sugar—How Much is Too Much?
• Aug. 1: Nutrition and Wound Healing
• Aug. 15: Dietary Fats—What’s the Difference?
• Aug. 22: Vitamins & Minerals: How Much Do You Really Need?
• Aug. 29: Healthy Grocery Shopping—It’s Possible!
Bailey joined Cottage Health System as a clinical dietitian in August 2011. She provides both in-patient and out-patient dietary management and counseling services, and assists in meal and menu planning, specifically for Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital.
One-on-one nutrition sessions with Bailey are also available with a doctor’s referral. Bailey received a master’s degree in nutrition from Arizona State University. She became a registered dietitian in 2001 and certified diabetes educator in 2008.
“My goal is to provide nutrition education to the greater community as well as our staff and volunteers. I feel good nutrition is vital to health and well-being,” Bailey said in a press release. “I especially want to serve those with a diabetes diagnosis since up until now, there seems to have been limited diabetes education services in the Santa Ynez Valley. I hope to share the tools for people to improve their health and well-being.”
For more information, contact Bailey at 688-6431, Ext. 72351.
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