CANCER AWARENESS RESEARCH EXCHANGE
CANCER SUPPORT GROUP MEETING
Thursday December 6, 2018 at 7:00 PM
“Improving Mental and Neurological Health”
Our speaker, Karen Ranzi, MA, CCC-LP, is an award winning author, a plant based and raw food health coach and educator, internationally acclaimed speaker, natural foods chef and speech and language pathologist.
Karen Ranzi has been studying nutrition and lifestyle factors that have a strong connection to mental, emotional and neurological health for over two decades.
She has sponsored many trips, workshops and lectures by nationally known figures (similar to our meetings) and has written several books on nutrition, including one on her prime focus, “Creating Healthy Children”.
At our meeting she will be discussing how specialized nutrition can get rid of brain fog and improve attention skills. Come learn ways to keep your mind sharp and also how to treat MCD (Mild Cognitive Decline) and how to slow down or halt even more advanced diseases such as the current tragic epidemic of Alzheimer’s in adults and autism in children.
“The CARE group” stresses nutritional education, not only cancer treatment! CARE (Cancer Awareness Research Exchange) exists to help people maintain optimum health, make intelligent decisions about their lifestyle, be aware of the latest progress in all medical fields, and share experiences and concern with those in similar circumstances. A contribution of $10.00 is requested to help cover our basic expenses.
“The CARE Group” now meets the FIRST Thursday of each month at the Westwood Elks Lodge at 523 Kinderkamack Road, Westwood NJ, 07675. The meeting starts at 7 pm with a short update on health news and evaluation of new treatments, and then our featured speaker (or other special event), ending with Q&A or networking from about 9:00 to 9:30 pm. Most speakers welcome personal one-on-one questions after that as time allows. Get here early if you wish to visit friends and/or raid our free literature tables --- over 30 feet of current health articles and information on our medical system and evaluation of treatments.
CARE meetings are open to medical professionals, patients, students, care-givers and to those who just wish to increase their knowledge in order to improve their health, or to help others (bless them). All services are provided by volunteers, and just showing up makes you a valued ‘member’.