TORONTO, Nov. 19 /CNW/ - On November 23, 24 and 25, Whole Life Expo will
hit the Metro Toronto Convention Centre with over 200 exhibitors and
50 speakers for its 21st year of exploring natural health and green living.
This year, the Expo responds to concerns over abnormally high numbers of
cancer cases being found amongst firemen. To give firemen the opportunity to
learn firsthand how to reduce their risk of cancer by detoxing from the
chemicals they're routinely exposed to while fighting fires, the Expo is
offering free passes so firemen can take in key lectures by Dr. Zoltan Rona
and other detox experts. Firemen and their families are invited to call the
Expo Hotline at 416-515-1330 to arrange for their free passes.
Other speaker highlights include: Dr. Shiv Chopra, leading food safety
expert; David Wolfe on reversing disease with the Superfood Diet; and
Homeopath Ahmad Nasri on Cutting Edge Integrative Cancer Therapies in Ontario.
Exhibitors will showcase a variety of superfoods, organic products,
natural approaches to anti-aging, and a broad spectrum of holistic treatments
- from shiatsu to reflexology to spiritual healing. Also featured: the Whole
Foods and Organic Market, and the International Crafts and Gift Market.
Friday 4 - 9pm, Saturday 11am - 8pm, Sunday 10 am - 6pm.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. West, Toronto
Admission $8 (3-day Exhibit Pass), $15 (3-day Lecture/Exhibit Pass).
For further information:
For further information: For the complete program visit
www.wholelifecanada.com; For interviews, photography, contact: Leean Bowman,
Brinsco Communications, (416) 588-9545, email@example.com or Julia Woodford,
Show Manager, (416) 964-0528, ext. 24