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Nurse to give lecture Friday

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – South Lake Tahoe local Susan Frailey, RN, BSN, author of “More Alive Now: Simple Nutrition to Change Your Life,” will be joining fellow faculty members speaking at the University of Nevada School of Medicine’s 18th annual Alimentary Update.

Susan will be speaking on “Innovative Nutrition for Gastrointestinal Health” and “Colon Hydrotherapy: Applications for Gastroenterology” on Friday at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe

As founder of More Alive Now, LLC and OSANA Publishing, Frailey has been a practicing registered nurse since 1984. Frailey is a certified colon hydrotherapy instructor, author and lecturer, who applies these experiences and modalities of health care in combination with her traditional nursing career.



As owner and operator of Evolutionary Healthcare, a digestive health and detoxification business for four years, Frailey acquired a tremendous amount of knowledge in nutrition, cleansing and healing from herself, her clients and clinical experiences.

“My interest in health and nutrition has innately been a part of my life since high school, but my serious interest came after having my child,” she said.



Frailey’s son Dylan was diagnosed with autism before the age of three, and she began to search for the combination to unlock the mystery of this label.

“Nutrition was a natural choice and a good place to start,” she said.

Frailey and her son Dylan, live in South Lake Tahoe, California, where she lectures locally and in the surrounding areas, and continues her nursing career in the Gastroenterology Department at Barton Hospital. Copies of her book can be purchased at www.

morealivenow.com, Grass Roots in South Lake Tahoe, Back to Herbs in Bakersfield, Calif., and at http://www.amazon.com.


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