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Vincentian-born doctor to speak on preventive medicine

Vincentian-born  doctor to speak on preventive medicine


A St Vincent-born, USA based doctor of naturopathy will be sharing her knowledge on preventive medicine, natural health and wellness with Vincentians this weekend.{{more}}

Dr Debbie St Hillaire will conduct a special Seminar/Workshop on “Preventive Medicine Natural Health & Wellness,” at the Faith Temple Church, New Montrose, today, Friday and tomorrow, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Dr St Hillaire will share current information on the following topics: Stopping Cancer at the Source; Dialysis Preventing Kidney Disease; Herbal Therapies and the Use of Essential Oils; Detoxification, Bowel Management, and the use of Probiotics; The Role of Acid and Alkaline in the Body and the Effects on Health; Nutritional Influences on Health; Vegetarian Diets and Lifestyles; The Importance of Enzymes in the Human Body; Reflexology Simplified.

The Preventive Medicine Natural Health & Wellness Seminar will be presented by lecture, discussion and demonstration of new technologies for preventing disease. Participants will also be given the opportunity to assess their risk for disease and means for interrupting the disease process.

Dr St Hillaire has been a registered nurse for 24 years and a doctor of naturopathic medicine since 2006. She holds Master’s Degrees in Nursing Education and Health Administration and worked most recently as a health care facility inspector/auditor, at Federal and State health facilities for the US Department of Health, (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services), the Georgia Department of Health Care Regulations and works closely with the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta. She is also the founder of “Natural Remedies Oasis,” an Atlanta based Naturopathic Resource and Treatment Center.

Persons interested in registering for the seminar can collect a form from Paul St John at FranPaul’s Selections in Bonadie’s Plaza, the Faith Temple Church, the Hope for Life Restoration Ministries at Arnos Vale and the Department of Culture.