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Vegetarian Vision Returns to NYC for 25th Anniversary

Vegetarian Vision, in conjunction with New Life Expo, will bring the nation’s largest vegetarian and health convention to New York September 9 and 10 at Penn Plaza Pavilion, located at 401 7th Avenue at 33rd Street (across from Penn Station). The event will run from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. both days.

 An international vegetarian convention and health and food festival, Vegetarian Vision is “a full weekend of food, fun and awareness” featuring vegetarian, vegan and yoga celebrities as well as health and wellness experts and exhibitors. Among the many featured speakers at this year’s convention will be Dr. Brian Clement of the Hippocrates Health Institute; Gary Null; Dr. Joel Fuhrman; Dr. Caldwell Esselstein, a cardiologist at Cleveland Clinic; Dr. Robert Ostfeld, director of cardiology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine; and Dr. Perry Frankel, cardiologist at Northshore Hospital, who will be offering six noninvasive health tests all weekend at his booth.

 Advance admission is $15 for one day or $25 for the weekend. Visitors can preregister at VegetarianVision.org.

To exhibit or for a free brochure, call 516-897-0900.

 

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