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Learn Simple Life Changes to Boost Your Health and Energy

By Ken Roberts on 10/22/2013

DERBY, CT (Oct. 22, 2013) – Griffin Hospital’s Registered Dietician and Exercise Physiologist Samantha Heller will team up with jazz musician Michael Coppola this Nov. 10 for an out-of-the-box presentation about simple life changes that can boost vitality in a big way.

“How to Beat Fatigue, Feel Fabulous & Look Amazing with Simple Lifestyle Changes” is a unique, music-infused event that shows participants how to optimize health, boost energy and feel younger. The creative fusion of science and song promised to leave participants motivated and empowered to change their lives.

The program will be at 3 p.m., Nov. 10 at the Fairfield Public Library, 1080 Old Post Rd. Heller, a Wilton native, is The Center for Cancer Care at Griffin Hospital’s Clinical Nutrition Coordinator and a nationally known nutrition expert who regularly appears on television and radio programs such as The TODAY Show,  CBS This Morning, The Dr. Oz Show, and Doctor Radio on Sirius XM.

Coppola is a local musician who plays at the Center for Cancer Care and at area venues such as Café 9 in New Haven, Fuji of Darien and Ari Bella in Shelton.