Osteoporosis SupportOnline Virtual Education & Discussion Presentations
The Conejo Valley Osteoporosis Support Group
Meeting/lectures are now held virtually
The calendar will be updated with new information on speakers and topics as they become available.
Please contact Aggie Winston, Body Solve It Studio at 805- 768-4711 for information or questions.
(Please do not contact the Agoura Hills Recreation Center where the support group meetings are currently no longer being held due to the Covid-19 Pandemic).
New lectures coming soon! Please check back for updates.
Next Free Virtual Zoom Lecture
STRONG WOMEN, STRONG BONES
Sponsored by UCLA Health Services
Deadline to Register – Wednesday October 6 *
*All Registrants will receive a Zoom link 24 hours prior to the presentation
What you will learn
- What are bones and how is their health assessed?
- Bone health and nutrition
- The Thankful Thirty concept to optimize structural and general health
About the speaker
Carolyn Katzin, MS, CNS, MNT
Integrative Oncology Specialist
Simms/Mann Center UCLA
Carolyn Katzin is a nutrition specialist with thirty years of clinical experience in integrative health and wellness. Her expertise is in oncology, genetics and genomics, and immunology, and how diet plays an important role in these aspects of health. She has three books in print, The Good Eating Guide & Cookbook, The Cancer Nutrition Center Handbook, and the EVERYTHING Cancer Fighting Cookbook. Ms. Katzin stays current with the emerging field of applied genomics. In 2017 she competed the professional certificate in genetics and genomics from Stanford University. In addition, she completed certified courses in nutrigenomics at University of California, Davis, and NuGO, the European Nutrigenomics Organization. Carolyn received her nutrition education at University of London’s King’s College and UCLA.
Participate from the comfort of your home!
All presentations will be offered at no charge and livestreamed on Zoom with advance registration by a deadline date 48 hours prior to presentation.
or call 805 768 4711