Touro University in Vallejo hosting free screening of ‘How Not to Die’
The Vallejo Times-Herald
While there are many diet trends available, it’s hard to know which ones are based on the best available scientific evidence.
That’s why Touro University California’s Functional Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine Elective is hosting a free screening of “How Not to Die: The Role of Diet in Preventing, Arresting & Reversing Our Top 15 Killers” on January 23, the university announced.
During the screening, physician, New York Times bestselling author and internationally recognized speaker, Dr. Michael Greger, in a video recording, will cover the top 15 causes of death in the United States and how they may be prevented, treated or reversed through our diet according to the best available peer-reviewed science.
The presentation is just over an hour long and will be followed by a short discussion. Light refreshments will be served.
In “How Not to Die,” Dr. Greger presents what the latest peer-reviewed science is finding on how changes to diets can improve overall health and reverse the effects of common diseases, such as heart disease, the #1 killer among North Americans, the same release states.
Touro’s Functional Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine Elective is hosting this presentation to help the public make more informed and healthier choices in the foods they eat, based on the best available balance of evidence, university officials added.
The screening will be from 5 to 7 p.m., at Touro, Lander Hall A, 1310 Club Drive, on Mare Island in Vallejo
To learn more, visit www.tu.edu or call (707) 638-5200.
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