Toronto: Omega 3 Education - Free Event
“Change Your Oil, Change Your Health”
"FATS is not a four letter word." - Cheryl Millett
Did you know?
Top 10 Diseases Related to Omega 3 Deficiency includes: Cancer, Heart Disease, Stroke, Alzheimer, Diabetes, Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Breast Cancer, ADHD plus Sjogren's syndrome, infertility, and depression.
In addition to above, do YOU or someone you know experience any of the following?
Acne, anxiety, arthritis, auto-immune disorders, dry skin, brittle hair, seizures, chapped lips, poor recovery from injuries, eczema/psoriasis/dermatitis, asthma, poor attention span, PMS, autism, IBS or Crohn's or colitis, dementia, Parkinson's disease, kidney or bladder dysfunctioning, lack of energy, and more.
True: all of the above will indicate a fat deficiency. But which ones and why? Learn what causes these symptoms/experiences and what to do about it.
All body functions rely on healthy fats. Take the Omega 3 deficiency test.
- the sources of omegas and their differences (incl supplements)
- how omega helps to maintain optimum weight
- how fats helps with inflammation
- learn how omegas keeps your liver healthy
- and more.
More on Auum Omegas click here.
What people share about the presentation:
Fantastic!! - Amy
Fantastic, informative & fun. - Ruth
Very, very enjoyable, lots of info, well presented! Love the real science of the oils and processing info. Very exciting and informative. - Donna
Cheryl Millett, a Holistic Nutritionist and Director of Sales and Education for Auum Canada will present the vital importance fats have on our health and discuss effective foods/supplementation and how we can achieve good health including the critical balance of fats for continued good health.
Please RSVP and bring a friend. Limited space (10 people).
Location: Proceed down the driveway to the end. Entrance is on the right through the gate.
Transportation: Easy access from subway - a 5 min walk from St. Clair Ave. West subway station or from Bathurst - one stop south of St. Clair Ave. W. Parking on streets is free.