3:00-3:30 pm: Registration
Admission is Free | Parking Free for Seminar Attendees
Former Cardiothoracic surgeon, Founder of the Center of Restorative Medicine; author and researcher investigating impact of diet on health. He was the pioneer in infant transplant surgery, and is a New York best-selling author of books, such has Plant Paradox & Diet Evolution.
Attending Cardiologist & Past Clinical Chief of Cardiology, CS Heart Institute, Assistant Clinical Prof, of Medicine, U.C.L.A.
More than 2500 years ago, Hippocrates, Greek Physician said: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. “Healthy diets can optimize both short- and long-term health and reduce the risk for several health conditions. Poor nutrition is a primary contributor to morbidity globally, and associated with 1 in 4 US deaths. About 1⁄2 of US adults have 1 or more preventable chronic diseases related to food. Simply put, food can help people live healthier and longer lives and food can also help people die prematurely.
The relationship between people and food is complex. Modifying food consumption is difficult, and behavior is hard to change. Eating behavior is also complicated by the fact that food is essential to life, is a core part of cultural identity and social relationships, but we lack the full control over and knowledge of what we eat. Even less is known about the gut feeling. It is said, Take care of your Gut, and your Gut will take care of you”.
This year’s seminar will provide information about how we can maintain health, prevent and reverse disease by eating wisely and improving gut health.
“Knowledge is Power.” Do not miss this very informative seminar to improve your health and that of the community. Please attend with friends, family and children.