2017 Fall Lecture Series (Bel Air)

$105.00

Thursdays
1:15 PM – 2:30 PM

**CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR JANUARY 18th**

The latest cutting-edge science research that impacts mental and physical health and wellness.

3 Meetings in Total
$105 for the series
Includes 3 live lectures plus slides and videos of those lectures

PLEASE NOTE: LECTURE 2 has been changed to JANUARY 18th

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LECTURE 1 | October 26th
The Male vs Female Brain:
New Insights Into Yourself and The Opposite Sex as well as The Surprising Impacts These Brain Differences Have On Your Health and Medical Treatments

What The Latest Science Is Telling Us That We Need To Know!

For a while we were told, “Men are from Mars and women are from Venus.”

Then brain science dispelled many common myths about the differences between the male and female brains. Now new technology has led to surprising and exciting insights into how the male and female brains actually differ. The male and female brains are different in how they respond to stress, emotions as well as in how to best optimize health and happiness.

Hear the cutting-edge insights into the battle of the sexes when it comes to the brain and the latest understanding of yourself and the opposite sex.


LECTURE 2 | December 7th
*RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 18th*
Genes, Cancer, Nutrition and Lifestyle:
How Our Diet Can Turn Cancer Genes On and Off
Find Out Which Foods Lower Cancer Risk as well as
New Critical Insights Into The Revolutionary Field of Epigenetics

Hear Why Your Genes Are Not Your Complete Destiny and
What Specific Lifestyle Activities Can Turn Your Genes On and Off

I will be giving a lecture at the American Nutrition Association (ANA) national conference in Washington, D.C. on how nutrition and lifestyle impact our genes
as it relates to lowering our risk of developing cancer.

What we eat has one of the greatest impacts on our risk of developing cancer.
I would like to share this critical information with you.


LECTURE 3 | December 14th
Breakthrough New Understanding and Treatments For
Depression and Mental Health:

The Latest Science Research On How To Treat
Depression and Mental Health Issues Without Traditional Antidepressants

We will look at depression and other common diseases where many people do not respond to traditional treatments such as antidepressants.

There is also emerging understanding that the use of some medications to treat conditions like depression can raise the risk of dementia. Yet, untreated depression is also a significant risk factor for developing dementia. Thus, there is a critical need for new treatments for depression. The latest discoveries are providing hope and new avenues for more effective treatments for conditions like depression and other common brain diseases.

From mind-over-body medicine to cutting-edge treatments that sound like science fiction, hear what are now valid and amazing mainstream medical treatments versus what sounds too good to be true because it is too good to be true.

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October 26th
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049

December 7th
*RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 18th*
Leo Baeck Temple
1300 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049

December 14th
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049

*FREE & EASY PARKING AT BOTH LOCATIONS*

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October 26th
Thursday
1:15pm to 2:30pm

December 7th
*RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 18th*
Thursday
1:15pm to 2:30pm

December 14th
Thursday
1:15pm to 2:30pm

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