Let’s be truthful, as women of a certain age we know that there is no magic fountain of youth, no magic potion or elixir. Even knowing this we still want to know how to take care of ourselves to the best of our ability. We want to be the best we can be at any age. In fact we really want to be better.
On Tuesday, November 11 at the beautiful Bass Performance Hall in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, Executive Medicine of Texas will present “Stay Young at the Bass: An Evening With Suzanne Somers”.
Ms. Somers is an acclaimed actress, businesswoman, singer and author. We’ve all seen Ms. Somers since her days on the iconic television show “Three’s Company”, and her revolutionary exercise apparatus, the Thigh Master. Over the years Ms. Somers has done research on bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. She is the National Spokesperson for the Forever Health Network. Her goal in coming to Fort Worth is to help spread the message of preventative and proactive health.
She will share the stage with nationally syndicated radio show hosts Dr. Mark Anderson, Dr. Walter Gaman and health and wellness expert Judy Gaman. Local favorite, Suzie Humphreys will bring her down home humor to the night.
The evening promises to be a night filled with fun, prizes, a silent auction and a lot of education on how to live a better and healthier life. You can purchase tickets at http://www.stayyoungatthebass.com. The proceeds from the silent auction will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The doors will open at 5:30 pm.
Aging is inevitable, it’s our approach that will determine “how” we age. Remember “thisisyourbestyear”.