Eat Well...Stay Young

Posted By:  Liz Goodrich
Date Posted:  9/30/2003

Dr. Stacy Sharlet, DC, discusses what a body needs to remain healthy for a lifetime at presentation titled “Food of Youth: Eating For Longevity,” on October 8th at 6:00 p.m. at the Sunriver Area Public Library. This presentation is part of the Wellness Wednesday series, dedicated to health and wellness and hosted each month at Deschutes Public Libraries.

Ponce de Leon never found the fountain of youth on his globe trotting adventures. He may never have left Spain if he knew that a youthful and long life could be achieved simply by eating the right foods. “Certain foods and chemicals in a diet can get you into trouble and age a person prematurely,” says Sharlet. “On the other hand, there are other foods that can help you keep feeling young.” If you think wheat germ and fiber are the included on her list of “youthful foods,” guess again! “Some of them are not what you might think.” Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the foods that can keep you feeling youthful.

Dr. Sharlet, who has been in private practice in Bend since 1998, is a graduate of Logan Collage of Chiropractic and holds additional certification from the International College of Applied Kinesiology. She treats patients for various conditions, including allergies, and chronic pain.
Each month, Dr. Sharlet will address a different health related topic at libraries throughout the district.

For more information about this or other library prograsm, please call 312-1032. Wellness Wednesday is free and open to the public.

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