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Whole Life Expo: How is your food effecting your health?

Canada’s largest showcase of natural health and wellness hosts boast a healthy lineup of expert speakers to improve your well-being

Put down that hamburger, dump out that soda pop!

The 29th annual Whole Life Expo wants you to take stock of what’s in your kitchen and gain new insights into how food can be affecting you and your family’s health. Canada’s largest showcase of natural health and clean living returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre November 27-29 with more than 250 exhibitors and 80+ expert speakers, all focused on providing everyday healthy solutions to make clean living simple, and disease prevention easier.

“We’ve all heard the saying, ‘you are what you eat,’ but now it’s more important than ever,” says Julia Woodford, founder of the Whole Life Expo. “The World Health Organization’s latest announcement sheds new light on how diet affects our disease risk and longevity potential. So it’s essential to understand the role that food plays in our lives and why it’s important to make direct links between the food choices we make and our overall health and wellness.”

Show highlights and healthy eating solutions include:

  • Healthy substitutes to keep in your cupboard for quenching cravings and alleviating symptoms of illness all at the same time
  • The top nutrient rich foods to keep in your kitchen to balance inflammation and hormones
  • The seven scariest food additives to eliminate from your diet now
  • Delicious plant based diet options that will have you forgetting about meat
Eat up!

Eat Up!

In addition to alternative eating options, naturopathic doctors, holistic nutritionists and authors will help consumers understand how the role of food and how the food choices we make can help prevent disease, decrease symptoms of illness and improve longevity, without having to compromise on great taste.

Expert speakers include:

  • Julie Daniluk – show spokesperson, TV Host, Nutritionist and best selling author of Meals that Heal Inflammation
  • Marni Wasserman – a certified natural chef , nutritionist, creator of Toronto’s first plant- based cooking studio and the author of the Plant Based Diet For Dummies
  • Meghan Telpner – nutritionist, speaker and author of the Undiet Cookbook
  • Andrea Donsky – Expert speaker and co-author of Unjunk your Food, and Unjunk your Kids Lunch Boxes

Dates/Hours:           

Friday, November 27, 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday, November 28, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 29, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Cost: Weekend Lecture Pass $15
(Admits one, all weekend to all lectures, exhibits & stages)

Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre – North Building (255 Front Street West)

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