The Inuit have thrived on a high-fat, no-veggie diet for 40 generations so what is a healthy lifestyle?



Saturday, September 7th / 2:00 to 3:00PM


Ellwood’s Community Classroom


Harpreet Singh, M.S., HTL (ASCP) CMMBCM

Harpreet has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Biology and a Masters in Biochemistry. For 10 years he has worked for a clinical laboratory focused on cancer and pathology. Harpreet’s personal passion lies in the intersection of rigorous science versus the goals of industry marketers and Federal Agencies and the resulting confusion among the general public from conflicting nutritional information.


We have all heard stories of marathon runners dropping dead at young ages, while some obese smokers may enjoy a long lifespan.  Weight as a traditional predictor of longevity and quality of life is not as clear as we would like.  Come join us for a discussion on what really matters for health outcomes.  Let’s talk about the common thread between the top chronic diseases – CVD, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.  Bring your questions for a fun and surprising discussion on what really matters in nutrition.





Register for class

There is limited seating/availability for all classes and events and you must register ahead of time.

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Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525.