Healthy Aging

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Location:Sheridan College, Davis Campus, 7899 McLaughlin Road, Brampton, Ontario L6Y 5H9
Address:7899 McLaughlin Road Brampton Map
Start date:October 23, 2016
Time:10:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Do you feel healthy? Do you have energy crashes during the day, difficulty sleeping at night, problems concentrating when you work? Are you able to wake up refreshed without stimulants, play sports pain free, or eat a meal without getting bloated? Do you enjoy a healthy level of intimacy with your spouse?

Being healthy means all of those things, & certain signs & symptoms that your body gives you are hints of how youthful you are & how quickly you're aging. They can tell you if you're developing heart disease, are predisposed to cancer or are at risk of dementia. Luckily, not only can you prevent aging early for yourself, you can increase the genetic robustness you pass on to your children.

Come out on Sunday, October 23rd to get practical tips on how to monitor your health & curb illness before it starts, or cure it before it gets worse. Special practical healthy cooking hacks & postural improvement workshop demos will be conducted as part of a comprehensive day of learning with a well renowned & widely travelled, wellness expert and naturopathic doctor, Dr. Rehan Zaidi from Amman, Jordan.

Dr. Rehan focuses on the integration of Western & Eastern Medicine. After a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University, he studied Naturopathic Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. He further pursued training in constitutional homeopathy, Chinese medicine, complementary care for cancer patients, & mind-body medicine. Dr. Rehan spent most of 2010 and 2011 in the Far East specializing in ancient Chinese healing exercises (QiGong) at the feet of traditional Masters.

Dr. Rehan Zaidi has worked as a primary health care provider for the Allergy Clinic; one of the largest multidisciplinary health clinics in Canada, the Jordanian Centre for Chinese Medicine, & educated health care providers about current research in complementary medicine.