|Deni Hill of "The Biggest Loser"|
Aspiring singer Emmanuel Kelly wowed audiences when he competed on "The X Factor" Australia in 2011. Emmanuel and his brother were born somewhere in Iraq, and nuns found them abandoned in a shoe box in a Baghdad park. Both boys had been severely injured in the war zone. Australian humanitarian worker, Moira Kelly, adopted them and brought them to Australia for corrective surgeries.
Kelly will tell his inspiring story and sing during the program.Deni Hill, winner of the at home prize of "The Biggest Loser" Season 11, will share the story on her journey of change. Hill, from Bountiful, competed on the show in 2011, losing 125 pounds in seven months, through health, nutrition and exercise. Former health issues, including sleep apnea and Type 2 diabetes were eliminated. She has maintained her health and weight loss
for over one year.
|Emmanuel Kelly of "The X Factor" Australia.|
Dr Marcus Laux, a licensed naturopathic physician, currently appears on the PBS program, "The Healing Quest," with Olivia Newton John. He will be speaking about the complications associated with the American lifestyle, including Type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, high blood pressure, cholesterol issues.
This event is organized and hosted by a weight loss/health program called Sponsor Me Slim. For more information, and to find out about tickets, go to www.TheCourage2Change.Com.