Get Cravings Under Control in Skokie




Reneé S. Barasch-Ingraham

At the presentation of Six Surprising and Easily Proven Ways to Soar Into Your Health, from 7 to 9 p.m., March 15, at TASH Fitness, Reneé S. Barasch-Ingraham, owner of Nutritional Health Solutions, will focus on ways to get rid of gas and bloating, improve energy, and reduce and eliminate cravings.

      Digestion is the key to making sure our bodies run efficiently. Many symptoms show up as silent digestive problem such as skin rashes, eczema, psoriasis, sinus problems, fatigue and many others directly related to digestion. Attendees will receive the right tools to help them specifically to step into a lifestyle of better health.

         As an advocate for proper digestive health, Barasch-Ingraham has been a certified digestive health specialist for 12 years who is fully committed to both making her clients feel better and educating them about what is causing their discomfort.

Cost: $20 by March 8 or $30 after. Seating is limited and must be reserved. Location: 8816 Bronx Ave., Skokie. For more information and to make a reservation, call 847-207-2034 or visit DigestiveHealthSolutions.com. See ad on page 9 and in the Community Resource Guide.

 

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