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Enhancing Health and Vitality with Living Foods- An Evening Lecture
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: March 03, 2008 11:35PM

Brian Clement, PhD, NMD, CN

A living foods diet rich in vitamins, minerals and proteins has become one of the premier dietary trends of the 21st century in anti-aging circles, cancer treatment centers and athletic corridors. The hormones, oxygen, phytochemicals and enzymes of these vibrant foods strengthen immunity and defeat the free radical damage that spawns rapid aging and every form of disease.

This evening Dr. Brian Clement of Hippocrates Health Institute will reveal to us the growing body of evidence from modern research showing us why a raw plant-based diet, with whole food supplements and exercise, can enrich, revitalize and extend our lives. We will also discuss how living foods, specific exercises and food supplements can improve memory, defeat dementia and enhance sexuality by fine-tuning your body and mind.

Note: There will be a booksigning after the lecture of Lifeforce: Superior Health and Longevity.

AN EVENING LECTURE and BOOKSIGNING
Friday, April 25, 7pm
08WHH20P Approved for CEUs
Members: $18 / Nonmembers: $20
Location: New York Open Center; 83 Spring Street, NY, NY 10012

For additional information or to register please call 212-219-2527 x 2 or visit www.opencenter.org

***Please share this information with anyone you think might be interested in attending. Thank you***

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