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Are you feeding the fires of inflammation?
Presenter: Shirley Archer
Date: Thursday, November 14, 2019
Time: 1:00 p.m.—2:00 p.m. EST
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We often hear about inflammation, but many of us are not exactly sure what it is or how to address it. In this webinar, Shirley Archer will shed light on what is inflammation in the mind and body and explain why inflammation has widespread health impacts, particularly among older adults.
You will learn about the relationship between chronic diseases and chronic inflammation and about the concept of “‘inflamm-aging.”’. The webinar will provide tips and strategies on leading an “‘anti-inflammatory lifestyle’.” that will help combat the negative impacts of inflammation and promote healthy living
- Understand what inflammation is
- Recognize the difference between chronic inflammation and “‘inflamm-aging”’
- Learn lifestyle strategies to lessen negative impact of chronic inflammation
About the presenter(s):
Shirley Archer is passionate about inspiring people to lead happy, healthy lives and about empowering them to achieve health transformations. She’s recognized as an innovative educator, program developer and provider who promotes integrative health and mindfulness, blending Eastern wisdom and evidence-based science. A best-selling author, award-winning health journalist and award-winning trainer, she has motivated and educated people worldwide through personal and TV appearances, and blogs. She has written more than 1,000 magazine articles and books, including Pilates Fusion: Well-Being for Body, Mind and Spirit, and Fitness 9 to 5: Easy Exercises for the Working Week.Shirley has more than 25 years of experience in holistic health and wellness program development and has served as a health promotion professional in preventive medicine at Stanford Prevention Research Center at Stanford University School of Medicine for 15 years. Find her at http://www.shirleyarcher.com/.
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