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Free Health Talk on Anti-Aging and Cellular Detoxification


in Bayonne, will hold a free health talk, Anti-Aging and Cellular Detoxi- fication, from 7 to 8 p.m., September 19. Holistic nutri- tionist Felecia Bell Rutkowski, owner of Walk in Health, will present


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information about cellular detoxifica- tion and aging. The lecture will be followed by a question-and-answer session, with refreshments provided by Francesca DeMarco, of The Little Food Café. Rutkowski will discuss the five essential processes that must be maintained for youthful health and longevity. “Health happens in the cell. Human cells are a thing of beauty, designed to function for hundreds of years, provided their DNA is not damaged,” she says. “We are going to learn how to protect your DNA from free radicals and support epigenetic activation, which will turn back your cellular biological clock.” She adds that this information about cellular longevity will be of interest to anyone struggling with cognitive or memory problems, heart disease, skin aging concerns, anxiety, depression, diabe- tes, liver issues, chronic fatigue syn- drome or fibromyalgia. Walk in Health offers a variety of wellness services, including nutrition response testing, heart rate variabil- ity, body systems analysis and nutri- tional programs.


Admission is free. Location: 734 Broad- way, Bayonne. For more information, call 201-858-0444 or visit WalkIn- Health.net. See ad on page 17.


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