"I promote integrative medicine which is the intelligent combination of conventional and alternative medicine and focuses on the bodies own healing capacity, and looks at healthy lifestyle," Weil said.
Weil explains how simple things such as how you eat, handle stress and the amount of activity you par take in play a pivotal role in your well being. People who attend Dr. Weil's presentation will find out what his predictions are for future health care as well as tips on healthy food and nutrition.
In conjunction with his new cookbook - True Foods - Seasonal, Sustainable, Simple, Pure - Weil talked about the anti-inflammatory diet that he developed.
"Chronic low-level inflammation is the root cause of all the chronic degenerative diseases that get people prematurely and eating an anti-inflammatory diet is your best recipe for health and longevity," Weil said.
He went on to talk about the True Food restaurant that he is opening in Cherry Creek North as well as what type of food will be served there.
"We use good fish - especially fish that are sources of Omega-3 faty acid, like salmon - lots of fruits and vegetables, olive oil as a main cooking fat. We have healthy whole grains, and we have some great deserts with sugar free in moderation," Weil said.
For more information, you can go to DrWeil.com.
Nate Chisholm contributed to this report.
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