USH2020: 10 Keys to Healthy Eating for Usher Syndrome

July 7, 2020

Sonia Romero, Sonia Marie Nutrition

Watch this presentation in ASL:

Download the transcript
Download the presentation slides

Presentation Summary:

Today you’re going to discover the 10 Keys to Healthy Eating and supporting your body for your best health.

You’ll also learn: 

  • Why what you’re eating could actually be making you hungry and sick!
  • Why you might want to take a magnifying glass with you to the grocery store!
  • How changing one common ingredient can help you get control, boost your energy and prevent disease.
  • What foods to avoid as well as what foods to eat, to help our kids and loved ones delay the progression of their vision loss.

DISCLAIMER: The nutrition information given in this session is meant to be a broad overview. This session was recorded live for families of children with Usher syndrome and the speaker was responding to their questions. It should be noted that each individual has unique health circumstances and diet changes should be customized with the help of health care professionals and / or through individualized consulting with a certified nutritionist. Speak with your health care team, including your retinal specialist before making dietary changes.

Speaker Bio:

Sonia Romero has been in the health and wellness field for over 26 years. She is a mother of two boys 21 and 27. Sonia received her training as a Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s cutting-edge Health Coach Training Program. During her training, Sonia studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. She is also a Functional medicine chef, personal trainer, and certified in the psychology of eating and SRT Certified Subconscious Release Technique. These techniques help with behavior habits of bad dieting and cravings. Sonia loves helping women and men take control over their health with nutrition and a lifestyle so they never have to diet again or worry about their health!

Suggest a topic for a future USH Talk: