EAT FRESH: Complete Health Improvement Program will be holding a free information session.
EAT FRESH: Complete Health Improvement Program will be holding a free information session. Contributed

Prevent, arrest and even reverse chronic disease

TOOWOOMBA is about to experience an internationally proven program that can prevent, arrest and even reverse chronic disease.

This program, which has already had more than 50,000 graduates from four continents, is known as CHIP - an acronym for Complete Health Improvement Program.

CHIP changes lives. A few simple, painless, and deliberate lifestyle choices can make all the difference in the world.

CHIP can bring about significant health changes in as little as 30 days. Participants can expect improved blood pressure, reduced risk of stroke, help in managing and reversing the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, lowered cholesterol, weight loss and lessened depression.

Each CHIP session includes excellent health education as well as cooking demonstrations and tastings.

Prior to the course, there will be a free information session presented on Sunday, February 5, at 6.30pm.

The course will run from 6.30-8pm, starting Wednesday, February 15, and runs every Wednesday and Sunday until April 23.

It will be presented at the Glenvale Seventh-day Adventist Community Centre, 669 Greenwattle Street, Toowoomba.

For further information and to book your place at the free information session, phone Pat Quinn on 0422 462 678 or email toowoombachip@gmail.com

Numbers are limited.


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