ONLINE PROGRAM: Eating for Better Brain Health the Mediterranean Way (Part 2)
Part 2 of a 2-part Program | Participation in Part 1 is not necessary to attend Part 2
Eating for brain health means choosing the foods shown to protect the brain from cognitive decline. What are the healthiest brain foods? It’s a simple question with a not-so-easy answer. In this virtual cook-along session, presenter Kathi Masi will discuss the brain-healthy foods and tips from the MIND* and Mediterranean diets. She will prepare a quick and easy Mediterranean dish using brain healthy foods.
Participants can cook along from home or sit back and watch the demonstration. Recipes, grocery list, and supply list will be provided after registration.
Free and open to the public. Registration required. Register by clicking the button below or contact the library for assistance. The Zoom link will be emailed shortly after 5:00 PM on the day of the event.
Kathi Masi has been an educator for over 30 years. A recently retired teacher from South Kingstown High School, she has taught classes in Family and Consumer Sciences with a specialization in culinary arts. Since retirement, Kathi has worked as a nutrition and culinary arts educator with Farm Fresh RI, Oak Street Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield RI, and Own Your Health Collaborative. Over the past year, Kathi has been educating folks about healthy eating and cooking through virtual “cook-along” programs. She has recently become a certified facilitator for the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.