Harlem's Lyn-Genet's Kitchen tackles depression in 2020

Tame the Flame- Harlem's healthiest restaurant discusses inflammation and depression in this groundbreaking lecture series.
By: Jaci Stephens
 
Lyn-Genet Recitas, author and restaurateur
Lyn-Genet Recitas, author and restaurateur
MANHATTAN, N.Y. - Jan. 2, 2020 - PRLog -- New York Times bestselling author and anti-inflammatory nutritionist Lyn-Genet Recitas tackles depression and inflammation as part of her year long wellness lectures for uptown residents.

Tame the Flame- Depression and Inflammation,  is offered the first Wednesday of every month. Attendees are taught about low inflammatory diets, meditation, stress release and healthier lifestyles.

Over sixty million Americans suffer from depression. New research shows that depression is linked to inflammation and lowering inflammatory markers through diet can result in remission.

Lyn-Genet's books have been published in over 15 languages and have helped millions of people lower inflammation, regain their health and lose weight quickly. She has been featured on Dr. Oz, ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox News.

Lyn-Genet's Kitchen features vegan, vegetarian and healthy comfort food dishes and has a full bar with fresh juice cocktails and organic wines. The restaurant is located at 3473 Broadway at 141st and is a favorite of thought leaders, local celebrities and athletes.

This event kicks off The 2020 Vision Series a weekly lecture series featuring top health and wellness experts every Wednesday starting from 6 pm-7:30 pm. Reservations are recommended.

You can find out more about these events by emailing lg@lyngenet.com or calling 646.330.4769.

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