Top Notch Health Lectures and Exhibits




The popular Natural HealthFest, sponsored by the Healthy by Nature Show at the Plano Centre for six years is inaugurating its Fall HealthFest.  Combining the best of nutrition, scientific breakthroughs and time-honored remedies to solve health concerns that often puzzle mainstream medicine, the fall event is from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., October 17, at the Wyndam Dallas Suites-Park Central in Dallas.  Event attendees will meet popular health practitioners and experience cutting-edge natural products, foods, equipment and services.

The day will begin  with a live radio broadcast from  the lobby of The Wyndham Dallas Suites - Park Central at 8 a.m  and end with a raffle prize drawing for a far infrared sauna. Featured seminars  by healthcare professionals include adult vaccines, preventing diabetes, natural pain relief and early cancer detection.

Admission is $20 at the door; save $4 by purchasing tickets in advance online. Location: 7800 Alpha Road, Dallas.  For more information, visit NaturalHealthFest.com.

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