Dealing with cravings at your local library

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Dealing With Cravings

Learn the difference between hunger and cravings at the free Dealing with Cravings sessions at Sunshine Coast Council library branches across the Coast during July and August.

Discover why we get food cravings and where strange food cravings come from. Health Coach Jennifer Hill teaches the tips and tricks to help control these cravings.

Topics covered in this session include:

Foods, deficits and behaviours in your life that are the underlying causes of cravings
How to outsmart your cravings
What foods can trigger cravings
What is the difference between hunger and cravings.

Register today in one of the following sessions to find out more:




Beerwah Library

Wednesday 14 August

2pm to 3pm

Caloundra Library

Tuesday 9 July

10am to 11.30am

Coolum Library

Friday 26 July

10am to 11.30am

Cooroy Library

Wednesday 10 July

10am to 11.30am

Kawana Library

Thursday 25 July

10am to 11.30am

Maroochydore Library

Tuesday 23 July

5pm to 6.30pm

Nambour Library

Wednesday 17 July

10am to 11.30am

Noosa Library

Thursday 1 August

2pm to 3pm

To book or for further information visit council’s library website or call 1300 LIBRARY.

Sunshine Coast Regional Council
4th of July 2013

Sunshine Coast Regional Council :
Locked Bag 72 Sunshine Coast Mail Centre Q 4560, Sunshine Coast Wide
07 5475 7272
1300 007 272
Sunshine Coast Regional Council
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