CHEO APRIL PROGRAM
(Downstairs in the Yoga/Speaker Room of Nutrition World on Vance Road)
Apr. 27, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm - Mark your calendars NOW!
(PLEASE NOTE: 4th Sunday this month due to Easter)
Nutritionist, Michelle Enter:
Best Foods for Avoiding Cancer & Other Illnesses
Let Food Be Your Medicine...It takes more than a gummy vitamin a day to keep the doctor away. It turns out that eating some pretty surprising nutrients will help keep your immune system on guard. You can ensure that your body and immunity run smoothly and boost your body from the inside out with powerful foods that help your immune system function optimally.
New groundbreaking research also proposes that you can stop cancer before it begins to grow. This new preventive approach is called anti-angiogenesis, and states that by changing the way you eat, you can change your “internal environment,” thereby depriving cancer cells the opportunity to grow and multiply. Certain foods, eaten in the correct portions and frequency, can provide "cancer-starving" benefits.
Michelle Enter will provide information about feeding those cells for optimal health. If your cells don't get nourished with the vitamins and minerals they need, your body can start to malfunction. Eating some key superfoods along with avoiding other foods goes a long way toward strengthening your immune system while avoiding many diseases.
Apr. 27, 2:00 pm -- Free event for the public -- Apr. 27, 2:00 pm
Are you interested in becoming more involved in promoting the mission of CHEO?
Contact a Board Member for details.
CHEO meetings are free and open to the public.
CHEO offers presentations the 3rd Sunday of the month
in the Nutrition World's Speaker Room
For more information, please contact
or Tami Freedman or call 706-459-0055.
CHEO March Spotlight 2014
CHEO Treasurer 2007-2009; 2012-2013
Yoga Instructor; Master Gardener;
Arbonne International Independent Consultant
Please tell us about yourself in 75 words or less:
I began my yoga journey in 1976. Having taught yoga since 1992, I have the experience and knowledge to gently guide your body to a healthier state. You will be able to do the things you love to do with more energy, better posture, and less discomfort. With a regular practice, you will feel better emotionally and physically. No matter what your age or state of health, yoga encourages you to feel good about yourself. I believe that yoga has something to offer everyone, and I offer group and private classes.
How did you get started in your work?
Betty Ray, my mentor, saw the spark in me and showed me how to teach with love. Sharing what I know and continuing to study has enabled me to touch the lives of many people - both directly and indirectly. Yoga has a rippling effect that spreads goodness to everyone in its path.