Sunday January 28, 2018
7:00 PM-9:00 PM
FREE Community Health Seminar with special guest speaker Dr. Hans Diehl!
Dr. Hans Diehl, founder of The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) will be visiting the Greater Naples YMCA on Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 7:00 pm.
Dr. Hans Diehl will inspire you on a journey towards health and happiness as he shares stories and insights from over 25 years of helping people to achieve proven results and priceless benefits.
This event is FREE and open to the public! (registration is required).
Sign up here: https://chipvelvetrevolution.eventbrite.com/
Donations to the YMCA CHIP Scholarship Fund will be gladly accepted.
About Dr. Hans Diehl
Chosen as “One of America’s 20 Super-Heroes of the Health Movement” (Vegetarian Times), Dr. Hans Diehl is the founder of the Lifestyle Medicine Institute in Loma Linda and a Clinical Professor of Preventive Medicine at the School of Medicine of Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA.
Offering more than 30 years of leadership in the emerging field of Lifestyle Medicine, his pioneering efforts as an epidemiologically trained lifestyle interventionist with the Complete Health Improvement project (CHIP) and its more than 60,000 graduates have consistently shown how simple lifestyle changes can prevent, arrest, and facilitate the reversal of many of our largely lifestyle related chronic diseases.
The clinical results of his research (including two Randomized Clinical CHIP Trials) have been published in more than 25 peer-reviewed medical journals.
His books Health Power, Dynamic Health, and Dynamic Living (co-authored with Aileen Ludington), have over two million copies in 19 languages in circulation. He earned his doctorate in Health Science and an MPH in Public Health Nutrition from Loma Linda University.
Prior to founding the Lifestyle Medicine Institute 25 years ago, Hans worked for the Pritikin Longevity center, UCLA and the National Institute of Health.
For more information regarding the CHIP program, please visit www.greaternaplesymca.org/chipprogram.html.