Faculty & Staff Wellness Program: Know Your Micronutrients Part 3 - Phytonutrients and Antioxidants

These important micronutrients come mainly in the form of colorful fruits and vegetables, which is why it is so important to eat a rainbow of produce. Most Americans eat less than 10 different fruits and vegetables per week, limiting their intake of these powerful micronutrients. The number one source of antioxidants in America is actually black coffee(!) Learn why we want more lycopene, beta carotene and allicin in our daily diets, and what foods contain more antioxidants than coffee.

This workshop will be presented by Madia Jamgochian. Madia graduated from Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition in 2013 after completing her BA in Environmental Studies and Exercise Sports Science at UCSB. Shortly after, she started her personal consulting business My Healing Habits. She enjoys educating on how to heal inflammatory and autoimmune conditions, and believes in the food-as-medicine approach.

Please note this meeting will be recorded. Sign up for this workshop here.

Friday, October 8 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event

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Lectures & Presentations

Invited Audience

Faculty & Staff


Health & Wellness



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