You’re never too young or too old to develop healthy habits. It is recommended that leading a healthy lifestyle should begin during childhood by learning what foods to eat and the importance of daily exercise. Recently, Obesity has been declared a national epidemic in the U.S.; this condition is a result of many factors that could include lack of exercise, bad eating habits and also genetics.
Allied Services’ Stephanie Falvo, RD will join a panel of experts on WVIA’s “Call the Doctor” on Wednesday, January 10th at 7:30 p.m. to discuss tools for developing healthy habits. She will join Dr. Bryan Martin, a cardiologist with Geisinger, and Joy de Soto, a fitness instructor at Birchwood Tennis & Fitness as they discuss health, fitness and nutrition.
Stephanie Falvo,RD, is Director of Food Services at Allied Services Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center in Scranton. In her new role, she is responsible for meeting regulatory standards and overseeing the varied dietary needs of both long- and short-term residents. Ms. Falvo graduated from Marywood University with a Bachelor of Science in nutrition and dietetics, and began her career at the care facility in 2004 as a clinical dietitian.