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Paradise Chiropractic Slates ‘Healthy Families Power Talk’

Paradise Chiropractic and Wellness Center holds monthly informational health talks and a free dinner that are open to the public.

This month the center is focusing on Healthy Families.

“It’s important that your little ones have a positive example to model after; however, feeling overwhelmed with your own health minimizes extensively the ability to pass it along to your children,” the center said in a news release. “Our Raising Healthy Families Workshop will give you the tools and information to help empower you to make better decisions for you and your family. Whether you’re a parent of a toddler or a grandmother of a teenager, this free workshop is for everyone.”

The “Healthy Families Power Talk” will be held on St. Thomas and St. Croix.

ST. THOMAS: Beginning at 6:30 p.m. July 29 at the Schneider Regional Medical Center Sunroom. Those interested can reserve a spot by calling the office at 340-714-4325 or sending email tooutreach.stt@paradisechirovi.com.Tickets are free.

ST. CROIX: Beginning at 6:30 p.m. July 30 at the St. Croix Paradise Chiropractic office. Those interested can reserve a spot by calling the office at 340-714-4326 or sending email toinfo.stx@paradisechirovi.com.Tickets are free.

At Healthy Families, participants will:

– Learn how to shop on a budget & stock your kitchen,
– Understand valuable natural remedies and how to help prevent your family from getting sick,
– Learn the avoidable toxins and how to remove them,
– Discover helpful tips from our home to yours that keep us healthy.

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