5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California 95054

Feb 4, 2012, 12:30 - 1:15 pm

Can you slow the effects of aging using common spices? Spice Pharm founder Kitty Wells presents delicious, science-based tricks to slow the hands of time!

"Nothing in the plant world can rival the many medicinal properties of spices," says anti-aging guru Dr. Nicholas Perricone. In this presentation you'll learn why.

We'll uncover surprising facts and essential knowledge about the aging process and use of spices to help you affect your rate of aging. You'll discover:

* What are key accelerators of aging, and which specific spices help slow them down?
* How do spices support master health regulators for graceful aging?
* How to use them on a daily basis for sustained vitality and well-being?

We'll share practical tips and guidelines for incorporating spices into your everyday enjoyment and health enhancement. If you embrace food as medicine and love all-natural means for rejuvenation and vitality, this session is for you!

From California to Costa Rica, from Barcelona to Burma, India, Thailand, and Laos, Kitty Wells has traveled studying and lecturing on the art and science of spices. Combining biochemistry, longevity science, ethnobotany and global cuisine, she cooks up unique over-the-kitchen-counter prescriptions for health and rejuvenation. After 20+ years in the blistering pace of New York City and Silicon Valley, she became fascinated with the effects of stress on the body and lifestyle factors that accelerate aging. Following a lifelong love of natural healing remedies she transformed herself from tech exec into spice geek. Inventor of patent-pending good-for-you spice beverages and author/producer of the upcoming video series "Anti-Aging Secrets in the Spice Rack," Kitty co-founded Spice Pharm with her partner Frank Schwartz to bring these innovations to market. For more info: http://www.spicepharm.com

Official Website: http://successfulagingevent.com/kitty-wells/

Added by FullCalendar on January 22, 2012

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