2-Day LifeChange Education Weekend with Dr. Brian Clement, Dr. Bryce Wylde & a series of other qualified lecturers!

Saturday, November 28, 2009 - 17:00 to Monday, November 30, 2009 - 01:30

Join us for the launch event of RawNaturals.ca in Toronto!
* Includes weekend admission to the WHOLE LIFE EXPO! (a $15 value!)
with Dr. Brian Clement, Dr. Bryce Wylde & a series of other qualified lecturers!
Including Benjamin Stone, Julie Murray, Thomas Fisher, Tanya Campos, John Koveos, Rachael Tate, Don Clark, and Carla Sacco!

Boost your immunity naturally. Be kind to yourself and reduce your impact on the planet by eating more whole, living, plant based foods every day. Discover how at this lecture series!

Learn the science & research of natural health findings from over 50+ years: stopping, reversing & preventing disease & sicknesses; anti-aging; living with lifeforce; greening your beauty care; exercises to promote disease prevention & vitality; how food affects your life; antioxidants; the truth about supplements; and more!

A portion of proceeds will go to St. Mary's Food Bank.

New ticket price sponsored by Erika Wolff, NaturalHealthCare.ca & Schinoussa Sea Vegetables!

1-day lecture $145 | 2-day lecture $247 | $267 includes admission to A Raw Christmas with DAVID WOLFE Sat Dec 19th in Toronto (a $50 value!) More bonuses too! See links for details!

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This LifeChange Educational series is organized and presented by:

RawNaturals Group of Companies






Conference Room
11 Mariner Terrace (behind the Rogers Centre & MTCC)
M5V 3V7 Toronto , ON
43° 38' 24.45" N, 79° 23' 26.6208" W
Ontario CA
Sat & Sun 12pm to 8:30pm
RawNaturals Group of Companies

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