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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Rebuilding the Foundations of Health with Nutrition

Dr. DeeAnn Saber, ND

It does take more time to prepare real, live food than opening a can or mixing up a box of something. But eating live food, closest to its source of growing, specifically organic, local, seasonal produce is our best bet for getting all the nutrients we need to be healthy.

Beginning September 30th, WellnessFirst! kicks off their new program of Rebuilding the Foundations of Health. Day one comprises a comprehensive, six-hour workshop that helps each person kick-start their new life. Dr. DeeAnn Saber, ND, will discuss the science behind food and gut function; raw food educator Arlene Siegel will teach about live food; and Joe Pinella, an independent health, wellness and fitness professional, will offer his wisdom about fitness inside and out.

The series includes vision/goal setting, live food demonstrations, fitness demonstrations with movement, a shopping day and the science behind food. Weekly 1.5-hour support meetings include ongoing education, as well as working with participants individually to assist in ensuring their success in meeting goals. Ongoing support continues for three months, climaxing in a huge gala to celebrate each person’s success.

Cost is $600, including three months of support and classes ($550 if paid in full in advance). Location: 3861 First. Ave. Preregistration is encouraged by contacting Arlene Siegel at 520-318-1478 or [email protected]. Payment plans available.

More about Dr. Saber at; Arlene Siegel at and Joe Pinella at

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