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Ways to Optimize Your Health Post-Cancer | Halifax | May 16
You’ve reached the end of your cancer treatment…but now what?
You’re wondering if there are ways to improve the brain fog and low energy that you still deal with every day and if you’ll get to feel like your old self again. Perhaps you’re even wondering if there are ways to better ensure that the cancer won’t come back.
Research has indicated that the proper nutrition, lifestyle changes, and specific supplementation can diminish the chances of a cancer re-occurrence. Furthermore, there are many ways to optimize energy, diminish brain fog, reduce pain and inflammation, and to improve the functioning of your body after dealing with the stress and side effects of medications that come along with a cancer diagnosis.
In this presentation, Doctor Megan Bernard will discuss ways to incorporate simple changes to improve the quality of your life post-cancer.
Everything from nutrition, exercise, and certain supplements will be covered with the opportunity for questions to be answered. Small changes can go a long way when it comes to living with or surviving a chronic disease.
When: Wednesday May 16, 2018 1:00pm
Where: Halifax Central Library, Room 301
RSVP: Not required, please join us!
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