• Self-Care Working Group

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    Self-care technologies. Figuring out stuff for yourself. What you can learn before or after you resort to expensive medical testing. $20 per meeting. Practitioners, welcome. Topics will include lifestyle, nutrition, supplements, diet, sleep, biohacking, self-empowerment and whatever questions you bring. Typically the third Sunday of the month. This is intended to be a working group, where progress over time is part of the process. Special topics in the middle hour: May: Report from Carol. June: Alzheimer's-reversal update. July: Stem cells. To ensure a safe environment, all participants will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement that binds them against discussing any other person's health issues and meeting comments. There is no requirement for implementation. You can sit and listen for informational purposes only, if that is what you wish.

  • Smart Life Forum, every 3rd Thursday

    Cubberly Community Center

    Smart Life Forum meets the 3rd Thursday's of each month, in Palo Alto. Hosted by the Silicon Valley Health Institute, these meetings take place at the Cubberly Community Center. Typical topics are health, nutrition, diet and alternative medical modalities. Main Presentation: Joan Ifland, PhD, MBA, FACN "Food Sensitivies and Health" Second Presentation Wolfram Alderson "Blood Sugar Dysregulation - The Blood Sugar Roller Coaster" Who comes to these meetings? People who like the more technical side of health and wellness, and people who just want some good sound nutrition answers to their questions.

  • Self-Care Working Group

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  • Smart Life Forum, every 3rd Thursday

    Cubberly Community Center

    Smart Life Forum meets the 3rd Thursday's of each month, in Palo Alto. Hosted by the Silicon Valley Health Institute, these meetings take place at the Cubberly Community Center. Typical topics are health, nutrition, diet and alternative medical modalities. Main Presentation: Matthew Cook, MD "Regenerative Medicine" Second Presentation: Bernd Friedlander, DC "Promoting Longevity and Preventing Aging Diseases: What We Can Do Today" See http://www.SVHI.org for more information. Who comes to these meetings: People who like the more technical side of health and wellness, and people who just want some good sound nutrition answers to their questions.

  • Smart Life Forum, every 3rd Thursday

    Cubberly Community Center

    Smart Life Forum meets the 3rd Thursday's of each month, in Palo Alto. Hosted by the Silicon Valley Health Institute, these meetings take place at the Cubberly Community Center. Typical topics are health, nutrition, diet and alternative medical modalities. Main Presentation: Dr. Anna Cabeca "The Hormone Fix" Second Presentation: Paul Barbaro "Heart to Heart Healing" See http://www.SVHI.org for further information. Who comes to these meetings: People who like the more technical side of health and wellness, and people who just want some good sound nutrition answers to their questions.

  • Self-Care Working Group

    Location visible to members

    Self-care technologies. Figuring out stuff for yourself. What you can learn before or after you resort to expensive medical testing. $20 per meeting. Practitioners, welcome. Topics will include lifestyle, nutrition, supplements, diet, sleep, biohacking, self-empowerment and whatever questions you bring. Typically the third Sunday of the month. This is intended to be a working group, where progress over time is part of the process. Special topics in the middle hour: February: Tryptophan and autism. March: Free radicals, antioxidants and reducing agents. April: Preventing and reversing Alzheimer's disease. [2-5 PM] To ensure a safe environment, all participants will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement that binds them against discussing any other person's health issues and meeting comments. There is no requirement for implementation. You can sit and listen for informational purposes only, if that is what you wish.

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  • Smart Life Forum, every 3rd Thursday

    Cubberly Community Center

    Smart Life Forum meets the 3rd Thursday's of each month, in Palo Alto. Hosted by the Silicon Valley Health Institute, these meetings take place at the Cubberly Community Center. Typical topics are health, nutrition, diet and alternative medical modalities. Free for members, $10 for non-members. Membership is $60/year. Main Presentation: Filomena Trindade, MD, MPH "Toxins, Hormones, Diabetes Type 3, Alzheimer's and Cognitive Decline: What is the Link?" Second Presentation Dr. Carol Shwery "Applied Kinesiology and Non-Force Chiropractic" See http://www.SVHI.org for more information. Who comes to these meetings? People who like the more technical side of health and wellness, and people who just want some good sound nutrition answers to their questions.

  • Self-Care Working Group

    Location visible to members

    Self-care technologies. Figuring out stuff for yourself. What you can learn before or after you resort to expensive medical testing. $20 per meeting. Practitioners, welcome. Topics will include lifestyle, nutrition, supplements, diet, sleep, biohacking, self-empowerment and whatever questions you bring. Typically the third Sunday of the month. This is intended to be a working group, where progress over time is part of the process. Special topics in the middle hour: February: Tryptophan and autism. March: Free radicals, antioxidants and reducing agents. April: Preventing and reversing Alzheimer's disease. [2-5 PM] To ensure a safe environment, all participants will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement that binds them against discussing any other person's health issues and meeting comments. There is no requirement for implementation. You can sit and listen for informational purposes only, if that is what you wish.

  • Self-Care Working Group

    Location visible to members

    Self-care technologies. Figuring out stuff for yourself. What you can learn before or after you resort to expensive medical testing. $20 per meeting. Practitioners, welcome. Topics will include lifestyle, nutrition, supplements, diet, sleep, biohacking, self-empowerment and whatever questions you bring. Typically the third Sunday of the month. This is intended to be a working group, where progress over time is part of the process. Special topics in the middle hour: October: Aging integrity (physiological & psychological). November: Paleo and ancestral concepts. December: Alcohol and holiday madness. To ensure a safe environment, all participants will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement that binds them against discussing any other person's health issues and meeting comments. There is no requirement for implementation. You can sit and listen for informational purposes only, if that is what you wish.

  • Smart Life Forum, every 3rd Thursday

    Cubberly Community Center

    Smart Life Forum meets the 3rd Thursday's of each month, in Palo Alto. Hosted by the Silicon Valley Health Institute, these meetings take place at the Cubberly Community Center. Typical topics are health, nutrition, diet and alternative medical modalities. See http://www.SVHI.org for the speaker of this month, or look at the comment section immediately below this message. Who comes to these meetings: People who like the more technical side of health and wellness, and people who just want some good sound nutrition answers to their questions.