Learn how toxins affect your body at Monday’s POP Meeting

March 9, 2018

Learn how toxins affect your body at Monday’s POP Meeting

The Pounds Off Pulaski (POP) meeting for Monday, March 12, features Adam Fleming, owner of Fleming Wellness Center, who will discuss the impact of toxins in our daily lives. 

The POP meeting will be held in the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital Conference Center on the basement level of the East Tower.  Weigh-ins begin at 5:00 p.m. with the program to follow at 6:00 p.m.

Fleming is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and The College of Bio-Energetic Medicine. He is a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner. Adam has developed his own unique system of testing called Wholistic Body Support, a technique that he now teaches to other practitioners. The premise is that the body is designed to heal itself, if it is given what it needs. Disease symptoms are the body’s cry for help and Fleming has had great success in helping clients eliminate symptoms of a variety of diseases.

Monday night’s presentation is “Toxins: the root cause of most diseases and weight gain.”

Toxins they are everywhere - in the air we breathe, in the water we drink, and in the food we eat. Fleming will help us learn how can achieve better health by detoxing the body. Studies show that the U.S. rated #26 out of 35 developed countries in the areas of health and vitality. The majority of medical systems in the world regularly practice detoxing the body, however this is not a common practice in the Western World. Fleming’s practice of detoxing the body is designed to complement his client’s doctor’s plan of treatment, thereby helping alleviate most symptoms and helping the body heal.

Pounds Off Pulaski is a 12-week county-wide weight loss challenge sponsored by Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital and Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce.  This year’s challenge is nearing the end, with one more regular program scheduled for March 19 and the final weigh-in on Monday, March 26.

The top two males and females who have lost highest percentage of body weight (and who certify they have met the criteria as listed on the registration form) will be declared the winners.  First place male and female winners will receive $500 each and second place male and female winners will receive $300 each. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be divided.

For the latest information on the program and to view previous presentations and educational handouts, you may visit PoundsOffPulaski.blogspot.com.