Scottsdale Weight Loss Center Hosts Free Nutrition Class for Community- Saturday, April 14 at 10:15 AM

Scottsdale Weight Loss Center hopes to raise awareness on health, wellness, and weight loss by offering a free specialty class on nutrition. The class entitled "Food and Stress- What's Eating You?" will be conducted by Franne Wilk, Registered Dietician, and is free of charge. The class will touch on topics such as sleep habits, environmental cues, and body composition.

Scottsdale, AZ, March 21, 2012 --( On April 14, 2012 at 10:15 AM, Scottsdale Weight Loss Center will host a nutrition class entitled “Food and Stress- What’s Eating You?” The class will cover a range of topics regarding health, nutrition, and the environmental factors that affect food choices and weight loss. The class is free of charge and open to the public.

The class will be instructed by Franne Wilk, Registered Dietician and Master Weight Loss Strategist. The goal of the class is to raise awareness of environmental cues that cause stress and trigger negative eating habits. Topics discussed will include sleep habits and how they affect fullness, body composition and types of food that create lean body mass, and truths to the “addicting” nature of certain foods.

Scottsdale Weight Loss Center classes are normally only available to members of the weight loss program. SWLC has opened this class to the community to help raise awareness on health, wellness, and weight loss.

Event Details:
Date/Time: Saturday, April 14 2012 10:15 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: Scottsdale Weight Loss Center, 9989 N. 95th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Price: Free
Reservations required. Adults 18 and older only. Please call (480)366-4400.
For more information on “Food and Stress- What’s Eating You?” please call (480)366-4400.

Scottsdale Weight Loss Center is a weight management center providing medical weight loss programs to the adults and children in the Greater Phoenix area. Since 2006, Robert Ziltzer, M.D., and Craig Primack, M.D. have helped Arizona residents lose over 88,000 pounds (44 tons!) of weight through specialized medical staff, custom diets and Optifast meal replacements, plus robust support and education programs. For details, visit
Scottsdale Weight Loss Center
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