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Your Heart Matters Series Features CHIP Founder & Heart Researcher Dr. Hans Diehl


Due to last minute medical emergency, Dr. Hans Diehl is not able to come to Walla Walla. The Your Heart Matters Events planned for February 7-11, 2012 have been postponed.

The CHIP program beginning February 15, 2012 will still be held. Attend a free Information Session to learn more about CHIP:

  • Thursday, Feb. 9, 7:00 pm - register for this FREE info session
    Walla Walla General Hospital Auditorium, 1025 S. Second Ave, Walla Walla

  • Saturday, Feb. 11, 5:00 pm - register for this FREE info session
    Village Seventh-day Adventist Church, corner of 12th and Larch in College Place

For more information call (509)-527-8000 ext. 1690

Is it possible to eat more and weigh less? Can heart healthy foods really taste good? Walla Walla General Hospital invites the community to learn how to harness the power of food to promote health and healing in a series of free seminars.

About Hans Diehl
Dr. Hans Diehl is director of the Lifestyle Medicine Institute of Loma Linda, Calif. His pioneering efforts with physicians and other researchers have shown that many of today's diseases are preventable through simple lifestyle changes. As a best-selling author, researcher, dynamic speaker, and top-ranking motivator, he has lectured to corporations and governments and has presented seminars on four continents. The CHIP program—a 5-week lifestyle change program—was founded in 1988 and became so popular that he produced a video series allowing the program to be used throughout the world.

About CHIP
The Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP) is an affordable, lifestyle enrichment program designed to reduce disease risk factors through the adoption of better health habits and appropriate lifestyle modifications. The ultimate goal is to lower blood cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar levels by reducing excess weight, lowering high blood pressure, enhancing daily exercise, improving dietary choices, and eliminating smoking, thus aiding in preventing and reversing disease.