UC-VEG Welcomes

Dr. Michael Greger

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Dr. Greger Presents How Not to Age

Tuesday, February 6th, 2024  6:30 p.m.

UCC Jacoby Auditorium, Roseburg OR

Dr. Greger, author of the New York Times best-selling book How Not to Die, will be here on Tuesday, February 6th at 6:30 pm at the UCC Jacoby Auditorium. He will be presenting on the topics in his new book How Not to Age.

Dr. Greger has scoured the world’s scholarly anti-aging literature and developed this new presentation to deliver the good news that we have tremendous power over our longevity and health destiny. He will cover natural ways to slow the aging process, the diets and lifestyles of the healthiest, longest-living populations, ways to preserve brain, bowel, and bladder function as we age, as well as tips to combat skin aging and menopausal symptoms.

This event is sponsored by UC-VEG, Thrive Umpqua, UCC Nursing and Roseburg Residency Program. Interested sponsoring this event? Contact StayFresh@ucveg.org.

 

Registration

IMPORTANT: Your receipt is your ticket. You will not receive a separate ticket for this event.

How Not to Age

There will be a limited number of books available for sale at the event. If you’d like to be sure you have a copy of How Not to Age for the book signing, you can order a copy of the book below.

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Event Details

Support the educational efforts of UC-VEG to prevent chronic illness. By purchasing a ticket, you become the reason reliable information around lifestyle medicine is available to those who need it most!

Your ticket not only gets you in, but provides others who can’t afford it with the opportunity to access this valuable information. No one will be turned away from this event. All are welcome!

General Admission – $10 in Advance / $15 at the Door

1 ticket for general seating. Sliding scale available. No one will be turned away. Contact StayFresh@ucveg.org for more information.

This event is expected to sell out. If tickets remain, they’ll be $15 at the door.

    VIP Fundraiser – $100

    • “Up Close” seating in Reserved Section for two people
    • 5 ticket entries to the Cornucopia Raffle!
    • 1 “Healthy Lifestyle Starter Kit”, which includes a Nutrition Facts booklet, Smoothie Guide, Official UC-VEG cookbook, and UC-VEG shopping tote

    VIP Fundraiser – $500

    • “Up Close” seating in Reserved Section for up to six people
    • 20 ticket entries to the Cornucopia Raffle!
    • 2 “Healthy Lifestyle Starter Kit”, which includes a Nutrition Facts booklet, Smoothie Guide, Official UC-VEG cookbook, and UC-VEG shopping tote
    • Autographed copy of “How Not to Age” Book by Dr. Greger
    • Personal photo with Dr. Greger!
    • Social media shoutouts! (optional)
    • Individual or business name listed on thank you slide during event (optional)

    WHEN

    Tuesday, February 6th, 2024 at 6:30 p.m.

    WHERE

    UCC Jacoby Auditorium
    1140 Umpqua College Rd
    Roseburg, OR  97470

    TALK DESCRIPTION

    The term “anti-aging” should be reserved for interventions that target one or more of the established aging mechanisms. Nonpharmacological means to target these Hallmarks of Aging will be discussed, common denominators of the diets and lifestyles of healthy, long-lived populations teased out, and dietary approaches will be explored to preserve bladder, brain, and bowel function as we age, along with bone and muscle mass, as well as tips to combat skin aging and vasomotor symptoms of menopause.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    • Identify diet and lifestyle interventions that may increase autophagy
    • List the top five dietary factors identified by the Global burden of Disease Study as contributing to the greatest annual death toll
    • Name nonpharmacological interventions that may help with BPH, constipation, sarcopenia, skin aging, urinary incontinence, and vasomotor menopausal symptoms

    SCHEDULE

    5:30 pm Doors open
    6:30 pm Event begins
    8:00 pm Book signing

    CORNUCOPIA RAFFLE

    The Cornucopia Raffle offers something for everyone. Private Plant-Based Cooking Experience. Meals out at local restaurants with healthier menu options like the Lighthouse Center Bakery & Cafe, Bluebird Pizza, Lilly’s Mexican Cuisine and more. Treats from local favorites like Gathering Grounds and Umpqua Sweets & Treats. Adventures at Wildlife Safari and The Blade Axe House. Special items for cooks like a private plant-based cooking experience, microgreens growing kits, kitchen tools, cookbooks, and local produce from Lehne Farms.

    Raffle tickets will be available for purchase the day of the event for $5 each or 5 for $20.

    Private Plant-based Cooking Experience and Kitchen Essentials
    Step into a world of culinary delight with our Private Plant-Based Cooking Experience! Along with your family or close friends, learn from our expert chefs how to transform fresh, vibrant ingredients into culinary masterpieces. With a personalized menu designed just for your group, together, you’ll explore recipes bursting with flavors and textures that redefine plant-based eating.

    This experience will be good for up to six people and will take place at your home. The winner of this raffle will schedule this cooking experience with our team at stayfresh@ucveg.org. Get ready to savor the magic of plant-based cooking with UC-VEG!

    This raffle basket also includes an assortment of kitchen tools, a custom tote by local artist Hannah Clark, a gift certificate to Lehne Farms, Garden Valley Foods bean flakes, and the How Not To Diet Cookbook by Dr. Greger.

    Microgreens and Sprouts Growing Kit and More
    Start growing microgreens and sprouts with a Sun & Sprouts growing kit, microgreens starter kit including soil and seeds, handmade apron, and custom tote by local artist Hannah Clark.

    Fun with Camp Millennium
    Enjoy a gift certificate to Lighthouse Center Bakery & Cafe, Wildlife Safari Daily Panda Encounter, logoed gear from Camp Millennium, Umpqua Sweets & Treats chocolates, and coffee from Gathering Grounds Coffee House.

    Smoothie Starter
    A great time to start making your own smoothies with this starter basket that features a smoothie cookbook, immersion blender, gift certificate to Lehne Farms, and custom Raspberry painting and tote bag by local artist Hannah Clark.

    It’s a Date
    Features gift certificates to Bluebird Pizza and The Blade Axe House, Growing Miracles Lavender Wine, chocolate from Umpqua Sweet & Treats, and a Wildlife Safari Panda Encounter.

    Treat Yourself and a Friend
    Days of fun for you and a friend to connect while enjoying gift certificates from The Blade Axe House, Bluebird Pizza, Old Soul Pizza, and the Coconut Cafe, chocolates from Umpqua Sweet & Treats, a Wildlife Safari Drive-Thru Carload Ticket, and coffee from Gathering Grounds Coffee House.

    Wildlife Safari Wine and Dine
    A day of fun with a Wildlife Safari Cheetah Photo Encounter and drive-thru tickets for 4 people, homemade with Love Cookies and Safari Crunch, a bottle of 2018 Syrah Reserve from Abacela Winery, and gift certificate to Carlos Mexican Restaurante.

    Wildlife Safari Beer and Dine
    A day of fun with a Wildlife Safari Cheetah Photo Encounter and drive-thru tickets for 4 people, homemade with Love Cookies and Safari Crunch, The Wild Series Crash Course India Pale Ale, and gift certificate to Lilly’s Mexican Cuisine.

    SPONSORSHIP

    Interested in sponsoring this event? Contact director@ucveg.org

    POSTER

    Would you like a copy of the event poster to place in your office or around town? Download it here.