Isabel Ramos-Lebron

Time: 1:15 PM -2:15 PM; Room#007B

How do we choose the foods that we eat? Learn about how our food environment can influence the way we eat and feel through marketing, social media, and culture. Identify foods that will boost or reduce your moods with helpful tips in choosing the right foods for you.

About Isabel Ramos-Lebrón

Isabel Ramos-Lebrón MS, RDN, LD is the Wellness Education Manager at the San Antonio Food Bank in the Nutrition, Health & Wellness Division for the past 4 years. She oversees, coordinates, and schedules health professionals including nutritionists, physical activity specialists, and certified chefs to educate in our San Antonio communities about nutrition, physical activity, gardening, and other wellness topics. As a bilingual, registered dietitian, Isabel is passionate about chronic disease prevention and works to engage the community in making healthy lifestyle changes through food and education. Previously as a Patient Services Manager at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Isabel has hands-on experience on how food can affect the well-being of a patient throughout their healing process. She earned a Master’s of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey in 2012. Isabel has been involved in several research studies focusing on nutrition and family lifestyles including Rutgers Infant Nutrition and Growth (RING) Project, HomeStyles Project, and Young Adults Eating and Active for Health (Y.E.A.H.) Project.