Reversing Diabetes Seminar Begins March 4

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The public can learn how to prevent and even reverse diabetes at the Reversing Diabetes Seminar, scheduled to begin March 4 at Chattanooga First SDA Church.

The Reversing Diabetes Seminar (RDS) is an educational, scientifically-based program with lectures, food tasting, recipes, and Q & A session. Thousands have already reversed their Type II Diabetes diagnosis by following the principles taught in the seminar. They have learned to live so that medications and insulin can be reduced or eliminated altogether. They have learned how to lose weight without being hungry. They have learned how to reverse diabetes complications, such as cardio-vascular disease. They have also reduced or eliminated painful neuropathy pain.

The physician-supervised program is specifically for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes, pre-diabetes, or anyone at high risk for diabetes, such as being overweight or having high blood pressure. The six-week seminar begins March 4 and ends April 8 (Mondays).

Presenters are Shiloh Bates, RNC-OB and Harsha Cole, PA-C. They will be following the guidelines of last fall’s successful RDS program that helped 24 participants lose a total of 150 pounds. Those attending achieved better overall health through lifestyle interventions. 

The meetings will be held at the Chattanooga First SDA Church, 7450 Standifer Gap Road, from 6-8 p.m.

The cost is $45/individual and $65/couples, which includes instructional materials.

Preregistration is required at 423 596-9915.

The Reversing Diabetes Seminar is sponsored by the Chattanooga First SDA Church.


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