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The Future Of Health: From Treatment to Prevention
Join Dr Renae Thomas, Family and Preventive Medicine Doctor, to learn about how Lifestyle and Preventive Medicine challenge the current ‘sick care’ reactive model of healthcare. Renae is originally from Australia but is currently working in the Blue Zone Loma Linda, California.

During this webinar, Renae will discuss how the future of health will shift the status quo from external treatments and ‘fixes’, to internal prevention and wellness.

How is it that certain populations of the world, or certain individuals, live longer, and in better health, than others? The truth is less of genetic superiority, and more the lifestyle choices they make, and how they live their daily lives. These behaviors have been well researched and published and form the fast growing and emerging modality of Lifestyle and Preventive Medicine.

Lifestyle and Preventive Medicine presents a new pro-active model, a real healthcare reform that seeks to optimize life, prevent diseases, and often improve or even reverse many of our most burdensome chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, some cancers, cardiovascular disease, and auto-immune conditions. Lifestyle medicine empowers the individual to take control of their own health and wellbeing.

Following the presentation, you'll have the chance to pitch your questions to Renae during an interactive discussion.

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This free event is part of the wildly popular 2019 Plant-Based Webinar Series delivered by The Better Base to hundreds of people all over the world. Previous webinars featuring a doctor, dietitian, Masterchef NZ winner and environmental researcher are free to view via www.thebetterbase.com.

Sep 10, 2019 05:00 PM in Auckland, Wellington

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