All lectures are on Tuesdays from 12:15-1:15 p.m. and are FREE and open to the public. We ask you to call and make a reservation. Please phone Senior Resource Desk at 303-730-4605.
April 5 Five Lies of Sickness
April 12 Psycho/Physical Component of Well-Being
May 3 Eating & Cooking for Health
May 10 Best Kept Secret of True Health
June 7 Cancer
June 14 Emotions
Five Lies of Sickness: We've been told lies about our health for years. Come learn what they are and how to expose them so that their "power" diminishes. You might be suprised at the long-standing aphorisms about health and what their true nature is.
Psychological/Physical Component of Well-Being: Our thoughts impact our physical body. We will discuss thoughts and emotions and how to control them to improve our health. Learn why you must change negative thought pattern in order to live a long life.
Eating & Cooking for Health: Let's make eating and cooking easy and healthy. Come listen to simple techniques about how to prepare foods that taste great and are nutritionally robust. And yes, kale can taste fabulous!
The Best Kept Secret of True Health: One hundred and twenty years ago, a deaf man's hearing was returned via a simple, non-invasive maneuver. Hear about this natural healthcare system and how maladies and disorders have been cured through its procedures. If your currrent choices for health care are not working, this might be an alternative.
Cancer: Let's reframe this disease and disempower it. Learn about prevention and lifestyle changes you can use to avoid cancer. Anyone who currently is struggling with this malady or knows someone who has it, this discussion is for them.
Emotions: Nutrition and bodily structure play a major role in our emotional state. By making simple, yet profound changes in food choices and body dynamics, the emotional self can become more positive and helpful in your overall well-being.
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