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Health & Wellness

Are miracles possible ? Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead - a documentary

Are miracles possible? Well...yes, if we let them happen...Joe Cross was 100 pounds overweight, loaded up on steroids and suffering from

Lose weight, lose weight, lose weight fast and kickstart your health!

Have you ever tried to lose weight? Have you tried different diets, which seemed to work at the beginning and then caused you to gain even more pounds? The answer is probably yes, since almost everybody has that experience. Are you frustrated? Don't be. Just watch the talk of Dr.

Fat Sick and Nearly Dead - soon in the Wolf Hall!

There are many ways to get better health or even a perfect health. Joe Cross was only 100 pounds overweight. He had an autoimmune disorder and some other “minor” problems. But Phil Staples weight reached 429 lb.  He also suffered from an autoimmune disorder and many other health challenges.

Healthy Aging

Life expectancy is increasing which is great.  Especially if you can begin and then maintain a healthy lifestyle that will help you enjoy this increase in your life span.

May I change my life, May I be Frank...

Join us on Monday, June 25 at 7 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall to witness a miracle, a life transformation of Frank Ferrante, main character of a documentary titled: May I Be Frank. Frank is 54 years old, addicted to drugs, morbidly obese, pre-diabetic, and fighting Hepatitis C . Estranged from his daughter, single, and struggling with depression, he has one secret dream: to fall in love one more time….

Do not commit suicide with food

Everybody has a right to live 95 years or more in perfect health. By average people suffer for the last 10 years of their life. More medical care is not the answer, says Dr. Joel Fuhrman and adds: protect yourself with super immunity. Food equals health so do not commit suicide with food. Dr.

Take care of your brain

Did you know that the size of the brain is changing with the weight of a human body? The bigger the body, the smaller the brain. That means overweight and obese people have significantly less brain tissue (by average 6-8 %) than those of normal weight and that may cost them as much as 16 years of life. Our brains are very sensitive organs to nutrition  and can be easily damaged not only by drugs, alcohol and smoking but also by sugar, coffee and soft drinks. All that has been proven by academic research and  the work of Dr. Daniel Amen psychiatrist and brain-imaging expert.

Mystical Brain-Inspirational Films documentary

Join us on Wednesday, May 16 at 7 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library for the screening of a film Mystical Brain. This short documentary reveals the exploratory work of a team from University of Montreal who seek to understand the states of grace experienced by mystics and those who meditate.

Dreams as a source of our creativity

Join us on Thursday, May 10, at 7 pm  (Stevenson & Hunt room, Central Library)  for a talk by James Schmeiser : Dreams as a Source of our Creativity. This presentation will give examples of great artists who have attributted much of their creativity to the inspiration received through their dreams. Both dreams and creativity use a common language, that of image, symbol, metaphor, passion and story.