Treat the problem not the symptom

2016-05-10 06:00
Beryl Holder, Cara Mullin and Karen Green.

Beryl Holder, Cara Mullin and Karen Green.

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HIRSCH’S recently held a health talk at their Hillcrest branch with registered dietitian, Kerry Ann Dolloway. Kerry was recently announced runner up for the Women of The Year Achiever for Hillcrest at the annual Margaret Hirsch Woman in Business Gala Dinner.

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“Treat the problem not the symptom. Nutrition is a tool to fix the problems in your body. Avoid processed foods, drink water and eat healthy portions.’ said Kerry Ann Dolloway. Get your ‘me’ time, it is very important to give yourself a break,” said Kerry Ann.

Hirsch’s gave away a Hirsch’s cook book to a lucky guest in the audience. The winner was none other than estate agent ‘Penny Warner’.

The next Health Talk will be on the 18May at 9 am with Health expert Vivien Body. To RSVP, Please contact Hillcrest PRO Taryn Taylor on 031 761 7500 or tarynt@hirschs.co.za.

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