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‘Next 56 Days’ founder to speak at Trinity Oaks

Steve ‘the Food Guy’ Teglas

March 16 • Registration begins 9 a.m.
Steve Teglas, the founder of “The Next 56 Days” program, will present a free nutrition and wellness seminar Saturday, March 16, at Trinity Oaks, 728 Klumac Road. Registration begins at 9 a.m., and from 9:30-11 a.m. Teglas will speak about the program and hold a cooking demonstration.
The Next 56 Days program has helped people lose weight, gain energy, sleep better, reduce acid reflux, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and control diabetes. These gains are accomplished by learning which foods and ingredients are effective in balancing blood sugar, reducing inflammation, and detoxing the body – with program participants seeing and feeling a difference in just 56 days. Many have been able to lower or come off medications with their doctor’s recommendations.
RSVPs are appreciated. Contact 56 Day Coach Robin Scharding by calling or texting 704-796-0177.

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