Take your seat at the table. Join other outstanding and dedicated women and men at the Tri-County Go Red for Women luncheon. Hear the survivor stories, remember the expert advice, and Make it Your Mission to share in the commitment to fight the No.1 killer of women.
Tri-County Go Red For Women Luncheon
November 4, 2011
Falkirk Estate and Country Club
206 Smith Clove Road
Central Valley, NY 10917
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Nationally recognized nutrition expert and published author Keri Glassman is the founder and president of Keri Glassman, Nutritious Life, a nutrition practice based in New York City. For years, Keri has been a leader in advancing a “whole person” approach to health and wellness. She has dedicated her career to creating services and promoting education through her “Nutritious Life” brand.
She has authored two books; the most recent is The O2 Diet. The Cutting Edge, Antioxidant-Based Program That Will Make You Healthy, Thin and Beautiful. (Rodale, December 2009.) This book translates complex scientific research on antioxidants and the ORAC scale into useful and useable tools that everyone can benefit from. It empowers people to live a more Nutritious Life by combining a nutrient dense, high antioxidant diet with the other components of the Nutritious Life Cycle. The O2 Diet follows the Snack Factor Diet, (Crown, 2007.)
Keri is a contributing editor and advisory board member for Women’s Health Magazine, and was the first registered dietitian to create a real food based snack bar, KeriBar. Additionally, Keri is the Nutrition and Health contributor for NBC’s New York Live, and is regularly featured on national television programs including The View, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, The Wendy Williams Show, NBC The Today Show, ABC Good Morning America, MSNBC and The Fox News Channel.
Keri resides in New York City with her children, Rex and Maizy.
Pomona resident, Beverly Paige was a high-powered music industry publicist in NYC. She had her own company, worked out often and thought she was healthy. But two years ago, she suffered from a stroke at age 52, when her youngest daughter was only 12 years old.
Miraculously, she survived this deadly stroke due to quick action by her family and early intervention by medical professionals. She has since returned to college and now serves as a volunteer spokesperson for the American Heart Association. Hear the rest of her powerful and inspiring story at the Go Red for Women Luncheon.
Get inspired. Get informed. Join health and fitness experts, medical professionals, and women like you to hear the concrete steps you can take today for better heart health.
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