Longevity in the Age of Disease

Modern medical science in the 21st century claims many advanced and sophisticated techniques-from diagnosis to treatment. Meanwhile statistics show that almost fifty percent of Americans live with a chronic and compromising health condition, about twenty-five percent with multiple conditions.
The four top causes of death are diseases that significantly relate to dietary and lifestyle practices: cardiovascular disease, cancer, respiratory diseases & diabetes. For both prevention and improvement, personal choices give us the power to be in charge of our health. Even chronic conditions can respond surprising well if we recharge our health with diet & other common sense care. A new vision of healthy living & personal commitment is within your hands.
Monday April 20, 2015
First Baptist Church, 305 North California Ave, Palo Alto, CA
Talk 8- 9 pm
Talk By Michael Rossoff who has been involved in macrobiotic and natural healing for 45 years. After studies with Michio Kushi in the ’60s and ’70s, he directed various macrobiotic centers in the Washington, D.C. area for 20 years. In addition to teaching and counseling, he published a macrobiotic magazine, MacroMuse, for 7 years in the 1980s. Further, Michael has taught in many cities in the U.S., Canada, Europe and in Israel. Currently he travels to teach and counsel in the U.S, most frequently to the Washington, DC area, plus England.  Speakers receive a gratuity from the audience; please show your support and appreciation with a donation ($5-10 suggested).
Dinner at 6:30
Special Spring Celebration Menu $20
Shiitake and Wild Mushroom Broth with Slivered Colorful Root Veggies and Spring Onions
Asparagus Leek and Tofu Frittata
Herbed Quinoa and Cauliflower Pilaf

Tarragon Glazed Green Beans with Slivered Almonds
Fresh Salad Greens with Lemony Vinaigrette
Chocolate Chip Cookies and Tea
Make your Dinner Reservations by 9:30 Monday Morning by calling 650-599-3320
See you then!

 

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