Getting Better Zzzs to Prevent Chronic Disease

TAND welcomes Karman Meyer, RD, LDN to present “Getting Better Zzzs to Prevent Chronic Disease”

Join us Wednesday, November 15th at 12:00 PM CT/1:00 PM ET

Are you “prescribing” sleep for your clients and patients at risk for diabetes or heart disease, struggling to manage weight, with fertility issues, or those with weakened immune systems? Insufficient sleep can prove harmful to all major physiological systems: metabolic, cardiovascular, immune, and reproductive. It’s time to wake up to the foundational role of sleep for good health and help clients and patients navigate back to consistent, quality sleep. Learn what dietary and lifestyle approaches can be taken to get more Zzzs, while simultaneously improving other areas of health.

Learning Objectives
1. Understand the foundation role of sleep for good health and prevention of chronic disease.
2. Identify what quality sleep is at different stages of life.
3. Learn what dietary and non-dietary changes can be made to improve quality sleep and/or extend the sleep cycle.

Performance Indicators:

This event is worth 1 hour of CEU (prior approved by CDR).

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About the speaker

Karman Meyer, RDN, LD has 15 years of experience in the nutrition and food industry. She’s the author of ‘Eat To Sleep: What To Eat & When To Eat It for a Good Night’s Sleep‘ (2019) and ‘The Everything DASH Diet Meal Prep Cookbook‘ (2023). Karman is the host of ‘Eat To Sleep’, a PBS special program, and has been featured in publications such as Bon Appetit, Shape Magazine,, and She is passionate about sharing the facts about food and nutrition, and encouraging others to use food as their all-natural solution to improved health.