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Apple or Scalpel? The Lifestyle/Disease Connection

Mar 11, 2017 06:26PM ● By Paige Impink
Whether you are a team player, weekend warrior, family adventurer or anyone in between, this information will challenge your belief system. This is your chance to learn how getting antioxidants from natural whole food sources has been proven to not only protect but sustain performance.

As a former athlete, sports medicine specialist David Phillips knows how important it is to get proper nutrition for fitness. Proper nutrition helped Dr. Phillips in his triathlon training to conquer the Ironman World Championships. With the combination of his training and his research, he was able to fully understand how nutrition affects exercise physiology.

The event will be held at the U.S. Bunting Club, 449 Boylston Street, Lowell (on the Tewksbury Line), on Tuesday, March 21 from 6PM - 8:30PM. The first hour is cash bar/snacks/networking, with the presentation beginning at 7:00.

Register online here, or RSVP to Laura Briggs, 978-235-2757.

David Phillips, M.D. graduated in 1984 from Harvard University where he earned academic honors and was an All-American swimmer. He received his medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, OH. After practicing as an emergency physician, Dr. Phillips shifted his focus to sports medicine. He has competed individually in national and international triathlongs including 2005 Ford Ironman World Championships and qualified as a member of Team USA at the 2008 International Triathlon Union World Championships in Vancouver.
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