Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”): Brain Health & Preservation Lecture

  • 31 de Janeiro de 2010 · 19:00
  • Kairos-Milwaukie UCC

Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”):
Brain Health and Preservation
Sunday, January 31st

Right after Sunday Supper (please RSVP separately for that event), the Portland Ecopolitan Community warmly welcomes back Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”) for another lecture packed with cutting-edge, practical health information.

Your Brain's Power and Intelligence: Improve Your Cognition, Mood, and Focus Using Scientific Tests and Holistic Therapies!

Is your brain functioning optimally, as well as it used to? Would you like to keep it that way? If you or someone you know has been suffering from mild or severe depression, anxiety, irritability, loss of focus, brain fog, memory loss, fatigue, learning disorders, hyperactivity, failure to thrive, autism spectrum disorders, senile dementia, neurological disease, brain degeneration, or any other cognitive or mental disorders, you will be relieved to know about exciting recent advances that help us understand how environmental and emotional stressors cause neurological dysfunction. This new knowledge can be combined with innovative and inexpensive screening tools which reveal nutritional, metabolic, and toxicological deviations that influence our brain. We can now have effective, non-toxic treatments tailored individually to our unique situations, reducing the sources of chemical or mental stress while improving brain nutrient status. This inevitably leads to enhanced brain function, improved mood, and prevention of neuro-degenerative diseases, so that you and your loved ones can enjoy each other much longer!

Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”), MD (Europe), DC (ret.), LN, DACBN, DABOM, CCN, FABDA, DABCT (c), is a holistic scientist who educates doctors and the public about nutritional and environmental medicine, functional medicine (science-based holistic approaches to diagnosis and therapy), and disease prevention via truly natural lifestyle and dietary modification. He consults with patients internationally during his many lecture trips or via phone and internet. Dr. T has established practices in many states and several countries. He has consulted for various commercial, military, government, and community organizations and is writing books and producing CD’s of his popular “Ask Dr. T” lecture topics.

Learn more at www.ecopolitan.com

Suggested donation: $10-20 sliding scale
All donations support the production of this event, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Monday, February 1
Portland, OR

Dr. T will be offering FREE 15-minute personal assessments for gentle, safe, non-surgical mole and blemish removal.

  • Moles, birth marks and other skin blemishes and protrusions …may have a 10 to 20 times increased risk of developing skin cancer
  • Skin tags and skin lumps …could signify hormonal imbalances and can cause neurological irritation
  • Natural, painless, non-invasive treatment
  • Learn how thousands of people are using a “lost technique” to get rid of unsightly skin blemishes
  • Leaves skin soft, clear and scar-free

On a personal note, I had a bump removed from my nose last time Dr. T was in PDX in October and I can't tell it was ever there even though it bugged me, a lot, for about 4 years prior. I've been very impressed.

For more detailed information and to schedule your appointment, please contact Tashi Rana at[masked] or [masked]

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