Update your life’s healthy living plan, and start normalizing your weight. Join us for an informative nutrition health weekend.

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It is all about improving the quality of your life. It is about maximizing our health so you can enjoy life even more and enjoy being with friends and families for many years. Even when we are thin it does not mean our bodies are healthy. If you are not happy with your weight, a “real food” approach to nutrition will naturally normalize your weight.

Learn About

  • What you can change in your life that is associated with poor health (e.g. Diabetes, Heart disease, Overweight)
  • Learn why it “isn’t your fault”… and what really makes a difference in improving health…your ability to fully enjoy your life
  • How you can find out your level of risk for disease? (e.g. specific laboratory tests options)
  • How to address your health holistically
  • Anti-inflammatory Nutrition

Your Host

Dr. Jette Hogenmiller, a nutrition therapy practitioner will be your host for this experience. Other invited guests or support persons may be present to enhance your experience.

Who Should Attend?

Adults, 18 or 19 years of age (depends on the state) or older, as the younger one learns good health habits the better! Individuals must be able to read and speak English as instruction will be in English and include some handouts, and have the ability to climb one flight of stairs.

Each weekend can hold 2-6 people depending on the location chosen.
CO – Three couples (6) or three individuals maximum.
NE – Two couples (4) or two individuals maximum.

What to Expect

  • Small group (4-8) setting
  • Cooking meals as a group that lower disease risk, are filling, nutrient dense
  • Overnight stay for first 2-4 people registered
  • Handouts to cover education (risks, laboratory tests, supplement options, meal recipes, resources)
  • Discussion with Question/Answer
  • Free-time to explore local area outside mountain cabin, take in the mountain view, sit and read a good book or other spiritual regenerative activities
  • Options to have laboratory tests ordered in advance or after the weekend with follow-up consultation



Noon Check-in, Cooking class on anti-inflammatory foods; enjoy lunch & conversation, review what brain changes occur with dementia. Review what is believed to be the source of these changes. Introduction to anti-inflammatory nutrition. Free time for hike, read a book or other self-directed activity. Dinner with cooking class.


Breakfast cooking class, Review Environmental Exposures to Avoid, Approaches to Sleep, Targeted Exercise, & Anti-inflammatory Nutrition. Review laboratory tests to consider having done to identify personal insight into own inflammation.

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