Learn how to provide healthy food for our kids
Would you like to learn to identify some of the biggest dangers to your child's health in our modern diet? If so, join Dr. Thomas Flass on Thursday, May 24 at 6 p.m. or on Wednesday, May 30 at 12 p.m. at the Summit Medical Fitness Center for an educational session on learning how to provide healthy food for our kids.
Dr. Flass will discuss common nutritional deficiencies, potentially unsafe additives and ingredients, diet tips and tricks, what to watch for on a food label, and nutritional supplements that may be helpful to your child.
For more information, call 751-4500.
About Dr. Flass
Tom Flass, MS, MD, is a pediatric gastroenterologist with Kalispell Regional Healthcare and treats conditions of the digestive tract and liver in children. He has more than 30 years of training and education in his field, which includes an undergraduate degree in nutrition from Cornell University, a master’s degree in human nutrition from Colorado State University, advanced medical training at the University of Colorado/Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver and professional work in the nutrition industry for 10 years. Dr. Flass promotes an integrative approach to medicine with his patients and always uses nutrition in treatment plans. Dr. Flass also believes in “practicing what you preach” and has personal experience with gluten-related disorders and gluten-free eating.