Seminar on How Special Sugars Help Your Body Produce Trillions of Stem Cells

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The 'Sugars that Heal' seminar is about the knowledge that the body has the best chance to heal itself of many health challenges if given the proper nutrients, glyconutrients are seen by many scientists and doctors as a critical missing link to total health!

The seminar will take place Saturday May 14, 2005, 11AM, First Baptist Church of Gaithersburg, 200 W. Diamond Ave. Gaithersburg, MD 20877. Register online at Guest speaker is Nancy Meikrantz, MSN, RN, CS over 25 years. The seminar organizer, Kim Nuyen, part of the baby boom generation, has been an advocate of proactive health for the past 10 years.

The seminar will talk about new discoveries in reversing the biomarkers of aging, about a breakthrough in healthcare technology that Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) says will be one of the Top 10 Technologies to Change the World according to MIT Technology Review, Feb 2003.

It is about why scientists and doctors from the Royal Society of Medicine in England, Mayo Clinic and NIH are excited about this new technology that has already been awarded 4 Nobel prizes and is listed in most doctors' PDRs.

It is about the shocking truth of chronic illness and diseases. Chronic diseases estimated to account for almost 75 percent of all deaths by 2020 (Institute for International Health Web Site). Heart disease is the first leading cause of death in 1999 and 2000 (CDC), followed by cancer, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and diabetes.

Obesity costs are now over $240 billion, more than problems caused by the tobacco industry. Death due to medical errors now ranks as the eighth leading cause of death in the United States. Pharmaceuticals is said to be the fourth-leading national cause of death after heart disease, cancer and stroke, replacing COPD.

The seminar offers a new perspective on containing rising healthcare cost.

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