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Feb 22 Webinar:  "No Nonsense Health - Naturally"

Feb 22 Webinar: "No Nonsense Health - Naturally"

With W. Gifford-Jones, MD and Diana Gifford-Jones

Mon Feb 22nd 12:00pm  REGISTER!  

This webinar invites participants to consider a simple set of “no nonsense” guidelines for healthy living.  In an entertaining father-daughter discussion that draws on their combined expertise and experience, Diana and Dr. Gifford-Jones will discuss a philosophy for health that emphasizes natural approaches.  In recognition of February’s affiliation with heart health, join the discussion if you are interested in knowing more about natural products that support cardiovascular systems as well as common sense approaches to exercise, mental well-being, and more. 

Learning Points:

-The role of vitamin C in heart health

-Nitric oxide, is it a miracle molecule?

-How you can determine if you are getting sufficient omega-3

-Why apple polyphenols are important for weight management and how they help your brain

-The best calcium to support bone health

-How light therapy helps, especially during a pandemic

Dr. W. Gifford-Jones is the author of nine “common sense” health books and has been writing a weekly syndicated medical column for nearly 50 years.  A graduate of the University of Toronto and the Harvard Medical School, he trained in general surgery at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, Montreal General Hospital, McGill University and in Gynecology at Harvard. His storied medical career began as a general practitioner, ship’s surgeon, and hotel doctor. He saw his last patient at 87 years of age, and now, at 98, he is still going strong as a journalist.  His daughter, Diana, is now continuing his work, bringing extensive international experience in health systems and policy.  She is Special Advisor to Aga Khan University, including a new Institute for Global Health and Development and a Brain and Mind Institute.  Together, they offer a wide array of lifestyle advice and insights on health-related research.

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