Myrna Lee

Myrna Lee graduated from Idaho State University in Pocatello, ID, with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Physician Assistant Studies. She has spent most of her career in various capacities within the healthcare field. She has educated many individuals on how nutrition and healthcare go hand in hand, and that we all must be proactive when it comes to maintaining our quality of life. Myrna’s passion for exercise, nutrition and well-being, has led her to want to continue to share her knowledge and help others on their journey towards a healthier life style. On her days off she enjoys playing outdoors, hiking, skiing or just going for long walks.    

Events By Myrna Lee

Nutrition Seminar
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Take your favorite tailgating foods to a new, good4u level and score a win for team healthy! There’s no need to search for completely new recipes—cheer on your team with classics like dips & drinks—just upgrade them! Featuring our “good4u Snack Kebobs.”      

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We’re talkin’ (and tastin’) tacos, folks! Discover fresh and exciting ways to take fiesta to a whole new level using 100% organic produce and organic fillings and toppings. Get your taco fix and lettuce teach you why organics are so avocado this world!

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Stop by and customize the perfect good4u snack with an organic apple no-bake “cookie” and a selection of 100% organic bulk toppings: cinnamon, nuts, dried cranberries, chocolate, and coconut flakes. Taste the organic difference, only at your Organic Month Headquarters!

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Nutrition Seminar
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Perhaps one of the most versatile vegetables—come find out all there is to know about zucchini! Discover exciting ways to cook with zucchini, sneaking it into and replacing it with common everyday foods! Join the good4urevolution and Learn. Eat. Dream!

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Nutrition Seminar
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Want to eat more vegetables, but don’t know where to start? Going grain-free but miss your favorite pasta dishes? Find out how to stay satisfied using a spiralizer to eat more vegetables and replace less nutritious grains with more nutrient-dense vegetable “noodles” in your favorite dishes.

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