Broadcasting the Good News




As part of the 2019 Health, Home and Garden Expo, the Healthy by Nature radio show will be broadcast live from the Plano Event Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., August 24. Attendees will enjoy the unique opportunity to get fresh perspectives on health from a dozen top-notch speakers, including integrative medical doctors, and to visit with dozens of carefully selected exhibitors showcasing cutting-edge, science-based products and services.

There will be free health screenings and practitioner interviews before making appointments. Free samples and prizes add to the fun.

Martie Whittekin, CCN, says, “There is a lot more to health than the absence of a diagnosis. We want to be energetic, cheery, calm, pain-free, well-rested, clear-headed, happy with your weight, and not get colds and flu when they are going around. We should all want to learn what we need to know to balance our systems and stay off the slippery slope to crisis medicine.”

Tickets are $10 at the door beginning at 7:30 a.m., $5 online or with a coupon that will appear in natural awakenings magazine. Location: 2000 E. Spring Creek Pkwy. Plano. For more information, call Whittekin at 1-877-262-7843, email Info@hbnshow.com or visit hhgexpo.com.

 

 

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