Rocklin chiropractor gives seminar on staying in peak physical condition
Dr. Tim Smith and Dr. Catherine De Lipski will host an open health workshop to show patients and their guests how to adopt a fun, healthy lifestyle that can add decades to their lives. The seminar starts at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 18, at New Life Chiropractic.
The event, entitled “Living to 100,” shows how Americans can learn from the daily habits of some of the world’s healthiest cultures.
“Aging does not have to entail prescription drug reliance and debilitating health conditions,” according to a New Life press release.
This event aims to help people:
- Understand how an active, determined mindset is crucial to increased longevity.
- Discover why maintaining a healthy lifestyle can add decades to their lives.
- Bypass obesity, type 2 diabetes and other epidemics through common-sense nutrition.
- Improve quality of life today by avoiding common environmental toxins.
According to the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, Americans suffer from more diseases and are in worse health than most other wealthy nations. Smith and De Lipski are hosting this public wellness event to show that proactive, maintenance care helps people stay active, feel happier and live long, productive lives.
“Only 2-5 percent of chronic disease is caused by genetics, which means the other 95-98 percent is related to lifestyle,” said Smith, owner of New Life Chiropractic. “At this event we will teach you how to literally change your genetics with certain lifestyle changes. We can change your future with the health principles we teach in the office!”