Univ Adv - Communications
October 17, 2012
This service is being offered by an independent third party organization and any questions should be directed to them at:
More information about the Pure North S’Energy Foundation at the end of this email.
A Healthy Future with Pure North – What Can You Do?
Pure North is a non-profit preventative health organization and we encourage every past, current and future participant to take responsibility for their health by taking the time to participate in our program.
Pure North is setting up a clinic in Lethbridge on Thursday, October 18 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Markin Hall Atrium.
Thursday, October 18 -- Markin Hall Atrium / lobby area, University of Lethbridge
Please remember to fast for 10 – 12 hrs prior to your appointment, drink plenty of water (take all prescribed medications as usual). If you're diabetic, have your blood work taken before using insulin. Please contact a Pure North nurse if you have any questions. (403 457 5077).
In order to help our participants reach their health goals, supplement recommendations, blood work, the heavy metal reduction program and lifestyle questionnaire are all reviewed periodically with changes being made based on your most recent information.
Our program interventions are research based with all policies and procedures, including higher vitamin D dosing, having been approved by two independent ethics boards (The Human Research Ethics Board of the University of Alberta, Institutional Review Board Services in Aurora, Ontario).
We look forward to seeing you soon and working together to get you "Feeling Better and Living Longer".
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the Pure North S’Energy Foundation?
Suzanne McIntosh, CWPM
Coordinator, Wellness Programs
University of Lethbridge