In Minnesota, the temperatures are dipping, the leaves are changing, and the days are getting shorter. That can only mean one thing: autumn is here, and winter is not too far behind. Just as we weatherproof our homes, vehicles, and gardens, we also need to think about how we get our minds and bodies ready for the change of seasons.
To help you gear up for cold and flu season, The Good Clinic and Mastel’s will co-host a “Supplements 101: Focus on Wellness This Winter” community event. This no-cost educational session is for people who want to learn more about the benefits of supplements and best practices for dosing.
The event will take place at the St. Paul Good Clinic on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, from 6:30 pm to 8 pm. There is no cost to attend, and we will serve healthy snacks and beverages.
The Good Clinic’s Paul Linson, APRN, CNP, and Mastel’s marketing manager, Alina Hornfeldt, will be our co-presenters. Attendees will receive a goody bag with an essential oil sample, Good Clinic and Mastel’s swag, and a mini first-aid kit.
During this event, you will learn:
- Key terms and concepts related to nutritional health.
- Common gaps in nutrition and how supplements can help fill those gaps.
- The importance of how, when, and why to take supplements and the proper dosing – especially during the fall and winter months.
- How nutritional supplementation can enhance overall wellness.
For directions to our clinic and parking information, go here.
Event details at a glance:
DATE: Wednesday, November 9, 2022
TIME: 6:30pm to 8pm
LOCATION: The Good Clinic St. Paul, 246 Snelling Avenue South, Suite 1 St. Paul, MN 55105
OUR COVID POLICY: In Ramsey County, Minnesota, community level is currently Low. Per the CDC’s guidelines for public gatherings, we ask workshop attendees to please take the following steps:
- Stay up to date on vaccination, including recommended booster doses.
- Avoid contact with people who have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
- Get tested if you have symptoms
- If you are at high risk of getting very sick, talk with a healthcare provider about additional prevention actions.