Education & Resources


  • Nutrition in Parkinson’s

    For people with Parkinson’s disease, a balanced diet is critically important. We invite Parkinson’s patients, family, friends and community members to join us on March 11 from 12-3 p.m. for a free community education program where participants will learn how some foods may help to ease symptoms or support brain health, and how meal timing … Read More

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  • HOT, HOT, HOT – Turning Down the Heat On INFLAMMATION

    Inflammation is a natural process to repair injury in our bodies, but sometimes, it’s like a forest-fire out of control! If our internal inflammation gets out of control, it can lead to many diseases. Come and learn how we can put out the flames and reduce the inflammation that is burning us out! Presented by … Read More

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  • Sweet Life Cooking Demonstrations

    Join the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center for on-demand cooking demonstrations that focus on healthy cooking and nutrition management for those with diabetes. The demonstrations will be facilitated by one of our registered dietitians and Hoag Executive Chef, Davis Cruz. Access to each cooking demonstration and recipes will be emailed to those who register … Read More

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  • Nutrition Talk

    Join us twice a month for a nutrition talk brought to you by Mona Cabrera, M.S., R.D., registered dietitian with the Hoag Lifestyle Program. Each month she selects topics to help educate viewers, answer popular questions and address timely matters. She draws from her experience and education to provide factual information. Click on the below … Read More

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  • Type 2 Diabetes Support Group

    Join us for the Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) Support Group to receive support and encouragement from your peers. Whether you are still adjusting to your diagnosis or have been managing T2D for many years, you are invited to share your successes and talk through challenges with others who understand what it’s like to live with … Read More

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