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Free event on food and nutrition for busy corporate workers on 28 Feb

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Workout.lk is organising a first-of-its-kind food and nutrition panel discussion on 28 February (Wednesday) at 6.00 p.m. at the MAS Innovation Centre (Hive, 50 Foster Lane, Union Place). 

Join this free informative talk with the experts, so that you can: separate fact and fiction and dispel common myths related to nutrition; gain insight into the current state of the local food industry; learn tips and techniques for simple dietary modifications that may help improve your productivity, approaches and strategies for weight loss, industry secrets and more.

The event will give you an opportunity to find out answers to questions on the impact of dieting, health-factors associated with Sri Lankan foods, whether cholesterol is really bad for you, and more. Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to interact with some of the experts in the nutrition and food industry. 

Workout.lk organises monthly themed talks on health and fitness at MAS Innovation Centre on the final Wednesday of the month to inspire your healthy journey. 

Workout.lk is an independent start-up created in 2017 with a mission to inspire you to get active. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned athlete, the Workout.lk platform aims to give you access to credible health and fitness resources and experiences all in one comprehensive online platform at www.workout.lk.

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