Greek Australian business leaders supporting the Gut Foundation

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Photo: (L-R Bill Maloukis from Construction Specialties, Dr George Margelis, John Stanley Radio Presenter on 2GB and 4BC (of Greek background) Dr Jim Aroney, Emmanuel Alfieris President of the Kytherian Brotherhood, Chris Paris from iQ Global and Paul Nicolaou Board Director of The Gut Foundation.

Half our population complain of digestive problems in any 12 month period, and the rates are only increasing.
Bowel cancer is the most common internal cancer in our community with mortality second only to lung cancer. It affects about 1 in 20 people, and research indicates it is affected by gut health.

On Friday 21 June, a group of Greek Australian business leaders helped support the Gut Foundation to raise money for the cause at its annual breakfast with the Federal Attorney General The Hon Christian Porter MP.
Board Director of The Gut Foundation, Paul Nicolaou together with the Gut Foundation holds this event to increase the awareness of bowel cancer, how it can be identified, how it can be treated and to raise much needed funds to conduct research for the treatment and prevention of a range of gastrointestinal diseases and conditions

The Attorney General with Dr Jim Aroney

On Friday 21 June, a group of Greek Australian business leaders helped support the Gut Foundation to raise money for the cause at its annual breakfast with the Federal Attorney General The Hon Christian Porter MP.

Board Director of The Gut Foundation, Paul Nicolaou together with the Gut Foundation holds this event to increase the awareness of bowel cancer, how it can be identified, how it can be treated and to raise much needed funds to conduct research for the treatment and prevention of a range of gastrointestinal diseases and conditions.

The Attorney General with Dr George Margelis

The key to preventing and even reversing these problems is to change our views on healthy eating and lifestyle. Following more of the Mediterranean diet, which after all is one of the healthiest in the world. Just healthy fresh food and watching our intake of sugars and fats, basically. The reward is good health and more energy.

For more Info: http://www.gutfoundation.com.au/

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