Eating healthy and exercising regularly to lower your cholesterol is easier than you think. Learn how taking responsibility and managing safe levels of cholesterol can reduce your risk for stroke and heart disease, America’s top leading cause of death.
A physician from Live Oak Health Partners and a registered dietician from Central Texas Medical Center will help you understand the following:
- Different types of cholesterol and understanding how they affect your body
- What you can do to prevent and control your cholesterol levels
- The importance to keep your cholesterol in check to decrease your risk of heart disease and stroke
- How nutrition can prevent your cholesterol levels from becoming high in the first place.
Prevention is key! Learn how maintaining cholesterol levels can keep your body healthy and strong.
Coordinated by Ms. Rose Trevino, Work Life Coordinator, Human Resources
If you require special accommodations to participate, please call 245.7899 at least 72 hours prior to the event.
Go to https://ibis.sap.txstate.edu:50001/irj/portal to register on-line and click on the Training and Development tab. Locate this workshop in the Course Catalog under Personal Effectiveness.