I am excited to share that I am scheduled for a speaking engagement at Abby’s Health and Nutrition in Tampa, Florida on January 16, 2017 from 7-9pm.
This free seminar will cover the critical importance of healthy fats in the diet – especially for growing children. The discussion will segue into an in-depth look at how to keep your children off antibiotics for good. That’s right – birth to adulthood – no meds. Is this actually possible? Yes it is because I’ve done it, and I want to share my tips with you!
It is fitting that I give this talk at Abby’s as part of its 20 year celebration this January. I first started shopping there shortly after the store opened when I was pregnant with my first baby. Much of my success keeping my 3 children off antibiotics for so many years is due to having a helpful, locally-owned resource like Abby’s available in my community to provide top of the line nonGMO/organic foods, quality whole food supplements, nontoxic personal care items and an organic juice bar and deli.
At the end of the talk, there will be a drawing for a free hard copy of my second book Traditional Remedies for Modern Families, a 200+ page compendium of effective remedies for parents to use during a child’s upbringing. It’s a great reference book to have on hand or give as a gift to new parents who seek to raise their children holistically.
If you’ve already purchased Traditional Remedies for Modern Families or either of my other two books (Get Your Fats Straight and Living Green in an Artificial World), FREE UPDATES are available for kindle versions purchased via Amazon. In other words, as I add new material to these books over time and release new editions, you get this new information at no additional charge. Click here to check that you have the latest kindle versions and if not, download for free at your convenience. By the way, if you’ve read any or all of these books, I would so appreciate it if you would submit a sentence or two review to Amazon. Thank you!
I hope to see many of you who live locally at the January 16 seminar! Seating is limited to about 100, so be sure to stop by Abby’s Health and Nutrition and get your name on the list to reserve your seat.