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I want FAT loss - not just Weight Loss!

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Let’s talk about fat.  Do you know that we have 3 different types of fat?  Come for a fun discussion on fasting, intermittent fasting and the longevity diet that doctors in anti-aging medicine are so excited about!  What if you are a foodie like me, who is scared of fasting, and wonder if you can even last a day?  We will discuss options and practical tips to help you through your diet program to achieve your fat loss goals for sustainable results and feel awesome for years to come! 

Plus, it’s not just about fat loss.  Many anti-aging doctors practice “fasting to think fast”.  We will discuss all the brain boosting benefits of fasting!


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Dr. Eva Henry is the owner of Neurology Specialists, in Wichita, Kansas. She has created a practice that puts the patient first by leveraging technology and current evidence-based medicine to improve patient outcomes. Dr. Henry holds certifications by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Independent Medical Examiners and American Board of Anti-Aging, Regenerative Medicine. She keeps her knowledge up to date by attending national and international conferences focusing on brain injuries, neuro-regeneration and maintenance of brain health. She utilizes traditional medical protocols but also keeps an open mind to the vast expanding new breakthroughs in neurosciences, and incorporates integrative and holistic treatments for her patients, which encompasses neurofeedback, nutrition, exercise and spirituality. 

Outside of her clinical practice, she authors regularly on brain related topics in health magazines, volunteers as speaker at the Alzheimer’s Association, the Wichita Senior Center, and at various yoga and dance studios. 

Dr. Henry received her undergraduate degree with honors from the University of Texas at Austin. She attended medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and completed her residency in neurology. Dr. Henry remained on faculty at UTHSCSA for one year after serving as Chief Resident. She completed sub-specialty fellowship training in Movement Disorders and Parkinson's Disease at the Parkinson's Disease, Research and Education Care Center (PADRECC), where she received in depth training on neuro-implantable devices.

Earlier Event: April 27
Singles Tribe Meeting
Later Event: April 28
Anti-Aging Tribe Meeting