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Lake Health holding program on nutrition facts and fiction


By Community report, The News-Herald Lake Health invites the public to join Jacob Wolf on Oct. 2 for a conversation exploring nutrition facts or fiction.From 6 to 7 p.m., at the Mentor Wellness Campus, 8655 Market S., attendees can uncover common food items, marketing ploys and “healthy” deceptions and learn how to improve a diet and health by becoming a smarter shopper.The program is free, but space is limited, so those interested are asked to sign up early.

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