All-New Health, Home and Garden Show




Organic plant, gardening and landscaping expert Howard Garret and his nationally syndicated radio program, The Dirt Doctor, are partnering with Martie Whittekin, host of The Healthy By Nature radio show to present the Health, Home and Garden Expo from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., September 15, at Plano Center. There will be free health screenings, and live radio broadcasts, demonstrations, free samples and prizes.

The Health, Home and Garden Expo (formerly Natural HealthFest),  brings the best of natural health and integrative medicine demonstrations, speakers and practitioners to North Texas’

The new expo features 12 expert speakers to provide education and options for improving family health and protecting our planet, as well as 110 exhibits of health, natural medicine, organic gardening and sustainable products. Guests can meet health practitioners and service providers before they make an appointment.

Highlights include well-known nutrition spokesperson and author Bill Sardi. Howard Garrett is the author of 13 books on organic home and yard care and safe pest control.

For more information, visit NaturalHealthFest.com.

 

 

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