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Heal Yourself and Change Your World Symposium

A select group of the top integrative doctors and healers are coming to New Jersey for an exciting and informative convention designed to teach participants how to heal themselves naturally and safely. The 2nd Annual Autoimmune Symposium will be held in Lake Hiawatha from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 10.

         Speakers include Dr. Burt Berkson, M.D., Ph.D. known as the “Father of Alpha Lipoic,” who will share how he reverses diseases like Lupus, Crohn’s disease, diabetes and other autoimmune disorders through holistic care. Guests will be able to meet Eddie Leong, an energy facilitator, who be leading a seminar called “Becoming Superhuman Again.” Clinical Nutritionist and owner of Wellness Simplified Dian Freeman will explain how proper implementation of protein and basic supplements can turn around almost any illness.

         Tickets are $60 in advance and $70 at the door. Enjoy delicious paleo, vegan and wheat-free foods while exploring an array of holistic vendors. Participants are invited to join the holistic movement and find the answers to improve their health and reverse chronic diseases.

Location: Knoll Country Club East, 1130 Knoll Rd., Lake Hiawatha. For more information and to buy tickets, call 973-476-8846, email Denise@CuringCourtney.com or visit CuringCourtney.com/Product/AutoimmuneSymposium.

 

 

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