The Oxalate Reduction Diet: Triumph Over Brain-Fog, Fatigue & Chronic Pain

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Thursday, August 7th  /  6:30 – 8:30PM


Ellwood’s Community Classroom


Do you have chronic and progressive hard-to-treat health problems?  Come learn a science-based solution to the vexing puzzle of brain-fog, fatigue, chronic pain, headaches, back and sleep problems.  Sally Norton, MPH presents a great introduction to a practical dietary solution that is accessible and effective for many people.


Sally K. Norton, MPH

An experienced public health professional, Sally has devoted her career to human wellness with a special emphasis on nutrition and physical fitness. Yet, despite health living and an organic, whole-food diet, for over 35 years she has suffered from chronic pain and functional disorders. Finally, in 2013 her break through! The problem: oxalate accumulation from the diet. Since November, she has made careful study of the medical literature about the metabolic challenges caused by oxalates. She has is learning form the few national experts and hundreds of families using the low-oxalate list serv. Sally is concerned for her fellow suffers and delighted to be able to share her new knowledge with the public. Speaker, coach, and consultant, Sally Norton, MPH brings her engaging and entertaining presentation style to her science-based, educational, empowering health and wellness messages. This topic is no exception.

Ms. Norton received her degree in Nutrition from Cornell University and her Masters degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina. She has experience working on fitness, health and nutrition directly with a wide variety of persons from all ages and walks of life.


FREE (Please RSVP to let us know you’re joining us!)



Register for class

There is limited seating for this class so we encourage you to register ahead of time.

Register online for the class here.


Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525.

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