Alzheimer’s: Prevention Instead of Life Sentence
January 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
The threat of developing Alzheimer’s is often one of our greatest fears as we age. While traditional views of Alzheimer’s see it as a disease that can afflict anyone at random, new research is showing us that there are numerous ways to prevent this devastating illness or minimize its impact. In this seminar, we will be exploring some of the major risk factors for Alzheimer’s and the key health practices that can counteract these risks. The focus will be on effective, inexpensive steps that we can take immediately to start creating better health for our future.
The presenter, Trudy Gahlinger, a long-time member of the Calgary Buddhist Temple, is a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach. Unlike conventional medicine which tends to treat symptoms, functional medicine seeks the root cause of symptoms so that better health can be restored. A key feature of functional medicine is its basis in evidence-based research which provides a scientific foundation for health practices and strategies.
Register in advance for this online workshop: