Your health is the most precious asset you have.
There is nothing more important than being proactive about your health, investing in your well-being, and choosing a lifestyle that fosters longevity and vitality. If you are ready to learn how you can experience greater health, fewer aches and pains, more energy and balance in your life, then you may wish to attend an informative seminar by naturopathic physician Dr. Deidre Macdonald. She will be presenting a seminar entitled “The Seven Habits of Healthy Aging” on Thursday, July 4 at 7 p.m. at the Crown Isle clubhouse.
|Dr. Deidre Macdonald is a naturopathic physician. Photo supplied|
Learn how you can take stock of your current health and make optimal lifestyle and medical choices for your future. For instance, did you know that 50 per cent of people who have heart attacks and strokes don’t have high cholesterol and that there are other lab tests that can help predict your cardiovascular risk? Did you know clinical studies have shown that exercise is a more effective anti-depressant than Prozac? This seminar will arm you with the information you need to take charge of your health with safe, common sense lifestyle practices and natural medicine.
Topics will include: secrets of the longest living peoples, solutions for arthritic and back pain, the latest research on lab tests, foods that improve your energy and immune system, how to optimize your digestion to get the most out of your food, keys to cancer and heart disease prevention, stress management tools and much more!
Naturopathic physicians are licensed primary care physicians and provide full diagnostic workups and focus on health enhancement using a philosophy of lifestyle first, natural medicine second and pharmaceutical medicine third. They typically have eight years of university training.
Come on out to Crown Isle on Thursday, July 4 at 7 p.m. to learn ways to take charge of your health. Admission is by donation. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Dr. Macdonald’s office at 250-897-0235 or via www.getwellhere.com
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