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Mood, Minerals & Metabolism: The metals that make us…us!

March 9 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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Now more than ever it’s important to become intentional about our body’s mineral balance.

Minerals are the 60 or so metallic elements that power all our body’s enzymatic reactions – the chemistry of our lives, the “spark plugs” of our energy. There are nutritional minerals like the electrolytes that nourish and sustain us, and there are toxic minerals, like heavy metals, that wreak havoc on our bodies and brains.

Mineral balance has, and always will be essential to health. However, due to devitalized soil and food, heavy metal body-burden, and unprecedented levels of stress that rapidly diminish our mineral reserves…we are more depleted than ever. 

Rebalancing minerals is often the critical step that allows a woman to regain hormone balance, reset her metabolism, and have a greater sense of wellbeing. This is so often the case that mineral imbalance is one of the first things we consider with all patients in our practice.

We know our bodies minerals are balanced when we are:  

  • Feeling Energized, Clear, and Focused     NOT       Depleted and Distracted
  • Having Deep, Restful Sleep                        NOT       Lying Awake with a Busy/Swirling Mind
  • Feeling Calm and Centered                        NOT       Anxious and Listless

Paying attention to the minerals at work in our bodies is the secret to experiencing balanced hormones and a sense of emotional well-being. In this session, presented by Dr. Kimberly Higney, you’ll learn simple ways to easily recognize which minerals your body may be missing, how they are affecting your mood and metabolism, what you can do about it and the technology used for testing.

Dr. Higney has trained extensively in the US, Italy, and Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Human Biology and Nutrition at the University of Guelph with emphasis in human developmental biology. She completed her Doctorate at Palmer College where she studied chiropractic and interned in sports medicine and rehabilitation.  She is a Master Personal Trainer and Certified Kinesiologist with advanced training in whole food, anti-inflammatory, and ketogenic nutrition, functional herbal therapy, and organizational leadership. She completed her clinical intern training in Physical Medicine at Holzer Hospital.

Dr. Higney has served on the executive boards of Arts In Reach and the Seacoast Women’s Network. She has been a guest speaker on various healthcare panels and has addressed audiences at the US Department of State, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the New England Women’s Leadership Institute, NH Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, New Hampshire Public Defenders, Women Inspiring Women, and other professional organizations.

Each month throughout the year, an amazing group of women (and men) comes together to network, share inspirational stories, grow professionally and personally and bring awareness to what is possible for women today. Our breakfast series starts with networking via this innovative new platform followed by a presentation following. Learn more about the TechWomen|TechGirls initiative of NH Tech Alliance.

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Date:
March 9
Time:
7:30 am - 9:00 am
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Website:
https://nhtechalliance.memberzone.com/eventregistration/register/273

Venue

Manchester Country Club
180 S River Road
Manchester, NH United States
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