TORONTO, Nov. 14 /CNW/ - Canada's largest showcase of natural health and
green living celebrates its 21st year with over 50 lectures by international
health experts and 225 exhibitors for three days of fun, food, and new
discoveries on November 23, 24 and 25.
This year the show hosts a Public Forum on cancer prevention and its
links to food safety. Renowned scientist and food safety expert Dr. Shiv
Chopra details how global market practises are endangering Canada's food
supply and explains what can be done about it.
Other highlights include: Dr. Zoltan Rona on the Top Ten Ways to Detoxify
Yourself and Your Family (from lead, mercury, pesticides, carcinogens); Dr.
Cass Ingram on Eating Right for Your Body Type; and women's health expert Dr.
Sherrill Sellman, ND, on Rebalancing Your Hormones Naturally.
Exhibitors will showcase a variety of superfoods, organic products,
natural approaches to anti-aging, and a broad spectrum of holistic treatments
- from aromatherapy to homeopathy to shiatsu. 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 complete program visit
www.wholelifecanada.com; For interviews, photography, contact: Leean Bowman,
Brinsco Communications, (416) 588-9545, email@example.com; Julia Woodford, Show
Manager, (416) 964-0528, ext. 24