Digestive health issues and food sensitivities are becoming more prevalent. Often called “the Second Brain,” the digestive system is a foundational part of an individual’s quality of life. When your quality of life diminishes, food allergies, sensitivities and intolerances may play a significant role.
Did you know that a good quality supplement will not contain most, if not all, of the following?
- sesame seeds,
- mustard seeds,
- artificial colour,
- artificial preservatives,
- binders or
Dr. Camille Krause, Naturopathic Doctor, will discuss how foods and supplements may affect your pain at the fifth workshop of the WRCPI on Thursday May 11, 2017 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.
The presentation will be about 30 minutes, followed by a question period (30 minutes max.).
Following that there will be a 15 minute break and an open Q&A on any pain topic.
Poster (pdf): Click here to view/download our poster.
School of Pharmacy, Room 1004 (main floor)
University of Waterloo
10A Victoria Street South
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 1C5
Parking at the School of Pharmacy will be provided at no charge to participants.
This is a free event that is open to the general public. Please click here to register with Eventbrite to reserve your spot at no charge. You can also contact Cara Kelterborn at (226) 339-8201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WRCPI is always looking for new ideas and new people to get involved to help provide better awareness and education regarding chronic pain within the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.
Please visit www.wrcpi.ca for additional information or to get involved with the WRCPI.