Saturday August 13, 2016 Health Event at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
Dr. Wes Youngberg, DrPH is an Author, and International speaker, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist and Clinical Nutritionist. He is the Author of Goodbye Diabetes and Author of the book, Hello Healthy. Dr. Youngberg, DrPH will be speaking about “12 Strategies to Reach Your Full Health & Wellness Potential” and “Preventing & Reversing Chronic Disease the Natural Way.” Which includes Goodbye Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer Risk: Preventing and Reversing Disease the Natural Way, Unlocking the Code for Brain Healing: Natural strategies for preventing Alzheimer’s and Reversing Memory Loss., Turning Your Good Genes ON and Your Bad Genes OFF and Mastering your genetic risk with lifestyle and Nutritional Medicine.
Questions & Answer session: Ask Dr. Youngberg, DrPH your most pressing questions. In addition after the program you will have an opportunity to talk to him at the book signing event.
When: Saturday evening: 5:30-8:00pm August 13, 2016
Where: Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Scherr Forum 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks, Ca. 91362
“Free Parking.” Ticket Price at box Office: $15.
Ticket Price at Ticket Master: $15 + a small service charge.
Did you know that Alzheimer’s is also known as Type 3 Diabetes? While current medications have failed to effectively treat or even manage Alzheimer’s, new research shows how combined natural strategies can powerfully reverse memory loss and cognitive decline. Learn what those strategies are and how to apply them to you personally! Learn how genetic testing can give you hope, especially if you carry any of the genes associated with late onset Alzheimer’s. What role does food have in the prevention and even effective management of Alzheimer’s and other memory related conditions? Come hear about the latest research on foods that literally help turn off the Alzheimer’s genes. Learn about four specific therapeutic fats that promote healing of the brain. Find out what spices and fruits are especially helpful and how to tell if you’re getting adequate intake of vitamin B12 and folate. Is eating multiple small meals better for Alzheimer’s and memory? Are fewer meals better? At least 25 natural strategies to optimize brain health will be discussed. Don’t miss out!
Provided to you by the Wellness Committee of Thousand Oaks.