Naturopathic Doctor to Lead Anti-Aging Workshop
Dr. Sarah Axtell
Naturopathic doctor Sarah Axtell, of Lakeside Natural Medicine, will host an anti-aging workshop designed to enhance beauty, improve health and reverse signs of aging. The class takes place from 1 to 3 p.m., February 10, at Tosa Yoga Center, in Wauwatosa.
The anti-aging workshop includes a nutritional lecture on the top anti-aging super-foods; recommendations from a naturopathic doctor on vitamins and herbs that help people look and feel their best; a cooking demonstration and tasting, with easy-to-follow, take-home recipes; and professional-grade supplements available for purchase.
“Today we are inundated with anti-aging quick-fixes, such as Botox, fillers and anti-aging topical serums. However, a truly radiant, youthful and glowing complexion starts in the kitchen,” Axtell says. Through Lakeside Natural Medicine, Axtell’s private practice, she addresses health conditions such as digestive disorders, autoimmune disorders, weight-loss resistance, food sensitivities and hormone imbalances. She is passionate about using food as medicine.
Cost: $50; pre-registration is required. Location: 6734 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa. For more information, call 414-939-8748, email DrAxtell@LakesideNaturalMedicine.com or visit LakesideNaturalMedicine.com.
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