UC-VEG WelcomesDr. 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.
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 – $15
1 ticket for general seating. Sliding scale available. No one will be turned away. Contact StayFresh@ucveg.org for more information.
VIP Fundraiser – $100
- “Up Close” seating in Reserved Section for two people
- 5 ticket entries to the Cornucopia Raffle, which includes a private chef experience and luxury items!
- 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 four people
- 20 ticket entries to the Cornucopia Raffle, which includes a private chef experience and luxury items!
- 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)
Tuesday, February 6th, 2024 at 6:30 p.m.
UCC Jacoby Auditorium
1140 Umpqua College Rd
Roseburg, OR 97470
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.
- 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
5:45 Doors open
6:30 Event begins
8:00 Book signing
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