Did you know it’s possible to have a genetic predisposition for laziness and procrastination?
New Zealander of the Year Finalist Sharad Paul, MD discusses the above and much more, including how to reduce your risk of dementia, the surprising benefits of dance and stress on our genes and how anxiety and being a scaredy-cat can make you live longer in his forthcoming book, THE GENETICS OF HEALTH: UNDERSTAND YOUR GENES FOR BETTER HEALTH
You can now take charge of your health by understanding the connection between our evolutionary past and our future well-being with THE GENETICS OF HEALTH: Understand Your Genes for Better Health, a practical guide to personalized health and nutrition from distinguished physician Sharad Paul, MD.
Recognized as one of the best in his field, surgeon, academic, and philanthropist Dr. Sharad Paul combines everyday health with evolutionary biology and explain s how to improve your overall wellness by following a diet and exercise plan based on your gene type.
Written in a captivating literary narrative that sets this title apart from the average self-help book, THE GENETICS OF HEALTH starts with our brains and covers everything from skin and muscles to hearts, diets, and stress management. Throughout, Dr. Paul shares key information and provides steps to improve our daily well-being—impacting everything from our energy levels to memory retention to our overall longevity.
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JEAN SESSIONS - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SONOMA COUNTY VINTNERS & STUART BRYAN OF PRIDE MOUNTAIN VINEYARDS - 2017 SONOMA COUNTY BARREL AUCTION
2017 SONOMA COUNTY BARREL AUCTION: APRIL 21, 2017
NEVER BEFORE, NEVER AGAIN WINES.
YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A TRUE SONOMA COUNTY ORIGINAL
Presented by the Sonoma County Vintners, the Sonoma County Barrel Auction is a live auction of wine futures from the county’s top growers and winemakers. These once-in-a-lifetime wines represent the exceptional stylistic range and world-class quality of Sonoma County. A team of masters, invited from around the country, will be visibly involved in evaluating the auction lots and participating throughout the event. The Sonoma County Barrel Auction is invitation-only for members of the wine industry, with personal invitations extended by participating wineries to members of the trade and media. Proceeds will support Sonoma County marketing initiatives.
ABOUT STUART BRYAN
VINTNER AMBASSADOR, PRIDE MOUNTAIN VINEYARDS
After 30 years in national wine sales, including nearly two decades at Pride Mountain Vineyards, Stuart Bryan transitioned from his position as Director of National Sales in July 2014, to the role of Vintner Ambassador. In this position, he travels extensively with his wife and winery co-owner, Suzanne Pride Bryan, to further the winery’s philanthropic efforts at the nation’s finest and most prestigious charity wine events, while bringing awareness of Pride wines to new fans.
From Red, White and Snow in Utah, to the Nantucket Wine Festival, and from Emeril Lagasse’s Carnival du Vin to the Napa Valley’s own V-Foundation Wine Celebration, Stuart is a well-known and welcome presence.
Stuart was born and raised in Manistee, Michigan and is a graduate of Kalamazoo College. He wrote his dissertation at USC’s Marine Biological Laboratory on Catalina Island in California before moving to the San Francisco Bay Area in the early 1980s, beginning his wine sales career, meeting Suzanne and settling down to raise their family. He first started in national sales as a sales manager for Chalone Vineyards and was the first national sales manager for Shafer Vineyards in the 1980s. He founded and managed a national wine sales company for over 17 years that was well established by the time the Pride Mountain wines were first produced in 1991. He also represented a number of wineries throughout California and Oregon along with his own wine production company which produced over 14,000 cases annually. In 2005 he sold his company to focus on exclusively on Pride Mountain Vineyards.
Stuart and Suzanne live in Sonoma County and have two grown daughters who now live and work in New York City.