Alkalize to Detox and Regenerate (Vaughan) @ Nature's Emporium, Vaughan [21 September]

Alkalize to Detox and Regenerate (Vaughan)

19:00 - 20:00

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Nature's Emporium
2535 Major Mackenzie Drive West, Vaughan, Ontario L6A1C6

What You Will Learn:

Learn why detoxification through the proper alkaline-acid balance is crucial to your well-being and how to get started. With support, it has the ability to regenerate and heal. The great lymphatic system in most individuals is backlogged with acids and toxins creating stagnation and degeneration.
The focus is health in its simplicity.

HOST: Jeanette Annecchini

Jeanette is a certified Alkaline Health Coach, Detox Specialist and Pure Lab Vitamins Product Specialist.

Please register today at Customer Service, Vaughan Location or call 905-553-5527.

Events schedule may be subject to change. Please call customer service to confirm event timing within 24 hours of scheduled event time.

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