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Seminar: Live to 100 and Not Regret it (January 11, Tuesday)

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  • jcadiz2002
    There are places on this planet where people live beyond age 100 free of disease. We can learn from them. Join Dr. Lee Hitchcox as he cuts through the hype and
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 4, 2005
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      There are places on this planet where people live beyond age 100 free
      of disease. We can learn from them.

      Join Dr. Lee Hitchcox as he cuts through the hype and fad-diet myths
      to present the latest research on slowing the biological aging
      process. Learn proven techniques to prevent cancer, heart disease and
      other diseases. Gain practical skills needed to maintain physical
      independence, free from nursing homes.

      Topics include:
      • The long-term health impact of Atkins and Zone diets
      • The 10 most dangerous foods
      • Achieving permanent weight-control
      • How to maintain a chemically-free love life

      Financial Consequences of Longevity
      Conventional retirement-planning assumes conventional life spans. The
      greatest irony of living longer is also the least understood: the
      better you take care of yourself, the greater risk you run of
      outliving your money.

      Investment analyst Kai (Peter) Chang, and Pacific Life Vice President
      Joanne Mungall, will outline strategies for preserving and protecting
      capital throughout your retirement years.

      Agenda:
      · 6:00pm - 7:00pm - Sign-in and social
      · 7:00pm - 7:30pm - "Living Longer, Living Stronger" by Lee
      Hitchcox
      · 7:30pm - 7:40pm - Break
      · 7:40pm - 8:15pm - "Avoiding Hospitals & Nursing Homes" by
      Lee Hitchcox
      · 8:00pm - 8:30pm - "Financial Consequences of Longevity" by
      Peter Chang and Joanne Mungall
      · 8:30pm - 9:00pm - Q&A

      Dr. Lee Hitchcox is a chiropractor, nutritional consultant,
      ultra-marathon runner and a nationally recognized expert in the field
      of optimal health maintenance. He is the author of Long Life Now:
      Strategies For Staying Alive, and has been featured on hundreds of TV
      and radio programs.

      WHERE: Asian Cultural Center, 388 9th St., Oakland, CA (garage
      parking available). This venue is just blocks from 12th St. BART
      station.

      WHEN: Tuesday, January 11, 2005, 6:00 pm
      Limited Seating - please RSVP to events@... or call (408)435
      1668.
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