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CONNECTING PEOPLE.
SPARKING CHANGE.
GATHERING IDEAS.

Upcoming Connector Series Events

Featured Guest: Peg Doyle, MEd, CHHC and Owner of Wellness and You in Westwood, MA

Tuesday, October 5th, 12 noon EDT

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Every day in the United States, 10,000 people turn 65, and the number of older adults will more than double over the next several decades and represent over 20 percent of the population by 2050.

As you grow older, have you considered the impact certain assumptions you, or society in general, have on your expectations of what the future holds?

Myths about aging can be toxic, leading you to believe that decline is inevitable and you are helpless to prevent it.

Common thought suggests the major causes of death in the United States are heart attack, stroke and cancer.  These three illnesses are not the cause; rather, they are often the result of chronically poor diet, lack of exercise and smoking. 

Join us to discuss the power of food in changing your health and how practicing the 5 Pillars of Lifelong Wellness can make living a long life both rich and satisfying. 

Our guest speaker, Peg Doyle, MEd, CHHC and Owner of Wellness and You in Westwood, MA will discuss: 

  • The mythology of aging
  • The power of food to transform health
  • 5 Pillars of Lifelong Wellness

Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email with an access link and password for this October 5th Zoom event.*  Please save this information in your e-calendar so that you can log into the event.  We encourage you to log on a few minutes early to ensure a smooth connection. 

If you have any questions you would like answered during this event, please email them to Katie Mannix, BioMed Program Manager, at kmannix@marioninstitute.org.

*Please note: For security reasons, we ask that you do not share this link directly with others. Instead, please share the registration link and encourage others to register to receive Zoom login details.

Contact:
Liz Wiley

liz@marioninstitute.org
508-748-0816 x116

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