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Internationally proven health program coming to Toowoomba

  • Written by  Ian Anderson

Toowoomba is about to experience an exciting, internationally proven program that can prevent, arrest and even reverse chronic disease. 

This program, which has already had more than 50,000 graduates from four continents, is known as CHIP - an acronym for Complete Health Improvement Program.  

“CHIP changes lives,” said Ps. Casey Wolverton, from the Glenvale Seventh-day Adventist Church. “A few simple, painless, and deliberate lifestyle choices can make all the difference in the world.” 

Ps. Casey said there are many  benefits of adopting the CHIP lifestyle.

“CHIP can bring about significant health changes in as little as 30 days.  Participants can expect improved blood pressure, reduced risk of stroke, help in managing and reversing the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, lowered cholesterol, weight loss and lessened depression.” 

A CHIP course involves 18 sessions in all – each session includes excellent health education as well as cooking demonstrations and tastings.

Prior to the course, there will be two identical information sessions presented on two different evenings on Tuesday the 17 February and Sunday 22  February.

The 2 month course will commence February 28.

For further information phone Lisa on 0407 125 025 or email Susan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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