Lunch Forum Series Reopens: The Woodlands Lunch Forum Series to Host Longevity and Health Event July 10th at Amerigo’s Grille

By: Ralph Fucetola
| Published 06/08/2020


THE WOODLANDS, TX - Larry Deckerhoff, trusted adviser to companies and entrepreneurs in The Woodlands (Texas), announced the continuation of The Woodlands Lunch Forum Series with a luncheon event scheduled for Friday, 10 July 2020 at Amerigo’s Grille, 25250 Grogans Park Drive in The Woodlands. The Forum is scheduled to start at 11:30 AM and last an hour and a half. Mr. Deckerhoff indicated,

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“The theme of this Lunch Forum is Advanced Health for the New Millennium, Immunotherapy and Rejuvenation – Focus on Supercharged Immune Systems During Troubled Times. Among our featured speakers will be Ralph Fucetola JD, President of The Woodlands’ own Institute for Health Research. He will be joined by two experts in rejuvenation and immunotherapies. The short presentations will leave plenty of time to reconnect and enjoy the extraordinary cuisine at Amerigo’s Grille.”

The Institute, which was founded in 1998, and focuses on leading edge, natural and nutritional support for vigorous aging and powerful immunity, announces the reopening of its The Woodlands office.

The Institute President will introduce advanced approaches to health and longevity through the featured speakers who are positioned to inform and enlighten, in cooperation with NutraSpace, Health Matching Accounts and Natural Solutions Foundation.

Interested participants are requested to RSVP to – the requested donation of $75.00 includes a three course gourmet lunch. Donations in excess of luncheon value are tax-deductible.

Speakers include:
• Ralph Fucetola JD – President, the Institute for Health Research –
• Bill Hayes, NutraSpace –
• Elliot Gorog, Health Matching Accounts –

The President of the Institute concluded:

“We look forward to a growing presence in The Woodlands community as our alliances with local and regional companies and researchers continue to mature. Our research interests include areas as diverse as longevity nutrition, immunotherapy and autism retrieval. While we expect that the latest pandemic from China, COVID-19, will be contained, holistic approaches to stimulating natural immunity remain highly relevant and are a significant area of Institute interest.”

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