Monday, September 27, 2010

Free Juice Plus Presentation!

Hi Everyone! (from Todd Ortowski at FormWell.........),


Sometimes it is good to hear advice from other sources, not that you don't trust what we tell you at FormWell :-). I had the opportunity to listen to Dr Phillips speak a few years ago and will be going to see him again Tuesday 9/21 at 7:00 pm at Country Club of the South. If anyone would like to come I can get you in for free just let me know.

David Phillips, M.D.

"I recommend Juice Plus+ to everyone, regardless of their level of physical activity."

Home: Atlanta, Georgia.

Medical Specialty: Sports Medicine.

Education, training, and early career:


Graduated with academic honors from Harvard University in 1984. Received his medical degree from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio in 1989. Completed residency in Emergency Medicine in 1991. Practiced as a board-certified emergency physician from 1991 to 2000.

Current Positions:

Chief Medical Advisor for Athletic Training Services, LLC in Atlanta, a multisport facility involved with human performance and metabolic testing.


Athletic career:


Twelve-time Prep School Swimming All-American at Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Massachusetts. National Prep School Champion, 100-yard backstroke. All-American swimmer at Harvard. Two-time USA Triathlon All-American (2004 and 2007). Qualified as a member of Team USA for the 2008 ITU World Ironman Triathlon Championships in Vancouver, British Columbia

Community Service:

Affiliated with the Getting 2 Tri Foundation (www.Getting2Tri.org), which provides coaching, training, and mentoring to physically challenged athletes in the sports of swimming, running, cycling, and triathlon.

Health Advice:


"Eating more fruits and vegetables and engaging in a regular exercise program have both been shown to promote better health and longevity. I can't stress enough the critical role that the thousands of phytonutrients found in fruits and vegetables play in helping protect our bodies from oxidative stress and free radical damage - not only as a part of normal metabolism, but especially during exercise."

Why he recommends

Juice Plus+:


"As both a physician and an Ironman Triathlete, I understand the importance of good nutrition from both a medical and a practical perspective. The USDA recommendation of 7 to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables every day is very difficult to attain. I recommend Juice Plus+ to everyone, regardless of their level of physical activity. Juice Plus+ helps ensure that we are giving our bodies nutrition from the best sources of micronutrients — nutrition that is essential in helping protect us from the damaging effects of oxidative stress."


Todd Ortowski, BS

Member Advisor

FormWell Personal Fitness Training

7840 Roswell Rd, Suite 475

Sandy Springs, GA 30350

todd@formwell.com (confidential email)

(770) 804-1898 x20 (24 hour voice mail)

(770) 722-9315 (Cell)

(770) 804-0330 (Fax)

www.formwell.com

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