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KB Seminars and Events
KB Chiropractic is always finding opportunities to share important health information with our clients. Follow our website's calendar or check in with the office to find out about our in-house seminars and events.
Our new seminar series is currently in preparation , although we do know some of the upcoming topics. Stay in touch to find out when we'll have our next seminar in August 2010, Food = Fuel, to find out nutrient-rich foods, food combining objectives, and ways to get the most energy out of what you eat, while losing the least possible energy in its digestion.
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009- 6:30pm: "Enjoying Decadence in Moderation" - We will be discussing the health benefits of CHOCOLATE- where it comes from, how it can be good for you, recipes, and more! There will also be a CHOCOLATE TASTING with fresh fruit and organic choices!
Thursday, Mar. 12, 2009 6:30pm: "Be The Smallest Winner!" - We will be discussing ways to increase fitness (even for those who have busy schedules) and how to develop better nutritional habits. On Monday, March 16 we will be kicking off our month-long fitness contest "The Smallest Winner" (you know, like NBC's "The Biggest Loser" but KB Chiropractic style!) and this seminar will give attendees a head start! Whether you need a complete new workout plan, a diet makeover, or you just want to know a few tips and tricks for better health, we encourage you to attend! Refreshments and healthy snacks will be served.
Thursday, April 16, 2009 (time TBD): "Go Green, Eat Clean!" - We are hosting this seminar on the third Thursday of the month because we wanted to hold it right before Earth Day (April 22). We will be discussing the benefits of choosing organic foods over chemical, steroid-packed, mass-produced "food". The only thing better than choosing organic is also choosing local, and we hope to have some guest speakers from local farms to let you know how to choose the best food, where to find it, and how choosing locally grown food helps our community and economy.
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