Lecture @ the WMML: "How to Grow Older Without Feeling Old—Insights from Our Ancient Origins"
- Date: 03/07/2017 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Location: Welwood Murray Memorial Library - Cornelia White Community Room
100 S. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, California 92262
How to Grow Older Without Feeling Old—Insights from Our Ancient Origins
Join us for How to Grow Older Without Feeling Old—Insights from Our Ancient Origins. Learn what you can do to lead a longer, healthier and more productive life. Presented by author Geoff Bond, the program will be from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in the Cornelia White Community Room at the Welwood Murray Memorial Library (WMML) located in downtown Palm Springs. For more information, please call the Welwood Murray Memorial Library at 760-323-8296.
Knowing how to grow old will help you to stay young. Does it help to eat less, or to take hormones, vitamins or minerals? And what can we learn from primal peoples (hunter gatherers) who remain full of vitality deep into their 80s and 90s? Join me for practical advice on what you can do to lead a longer, healthier and more productive life.
Geoff Bond is an evolutionary biologist, author and international speaker. He is an authority on living the way nature intended. By living in harmony with the way our bodies and minds are designed, we find vibrant mental and physical health. Geoff Bond graduated with honors in applied sciences from London University, and completed post-graduate professional qualifications in 1968. Geoff spent his early career living and working in remote African villages where he widened his earlier studies in anthropology, biochemistry, and evolutionary human development.
An independent researcher for more than 20 years, Geoff has stayed at the cutting edge of this new science of evolutionary lifestyle anthropology. From his insights on human origins and our ancient nutritional heritage, Geoff has become a recognized authority on what it means to be human in lifestyle terms. He explains how we know what we know, what is going wrong today and what we can do about it. Geoff contributes to the health policy panel of the UK think-tank Reform.