Free Educational Event on Mammalian Omegas

OMEGA EDUCATION, a valuable piece of the puzzle for your vital health

How do Omegas benefit us? They are essential nutrients that our body does not make. The body uses them in various ways. It acts as a liquid crystal in our cell membranes. What does this mean? Which sources are effective and why?  We keep learning to provide YOU this information. 

For answers to these questions and more, join us for this interactive conference with Evan Lewis from the University of Toronto and Cheryl Millett, researcher and educator on Omegas.

*University of Toronto presents its research results from “The Effect of Omega-3 Supplementation on Human Performance”

For the latest information, join us on Saturday, May 31, 2014.

INSIGHTS

Top 10 Diseases Related to Omega 3 Deficiency…there is a connection to all diseases and to your optimum health function.

Cancer, Heart Disease, Stroke, Alzheimer's, Diabetes, Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Breast Cancer, ADHD

My learnings…Omega-3s have a valuable role in our nerves – the brain is made up of nerves and every function in the body relies on nerves and communication – blood vessels, muscles, eyes, digestive function and more.

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Featuring presentations by:

Evan Lewis, PhD Candidate & Product Researcher, University of Toronto

“The Effect of Omega-3 Supplementation on Human Performance”

Cheryl Millett, BSc CCIr Holistic Nutritionist “Why Omega-3?

To register Click Here

Plus other guest speakers.

You may register here on Meetup.com or on Eventbrite.  To keep this conference on time, please arrive 10 minutes before 10 am. Thank you.

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Please contact me if you have any questions [masked]).

Warmly, Cheryl

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Special Note: We ask that you keep this meeting “Fragrance-free” and no recording devices allowed. Easy access via the TTC and hotel parking is available at a cost. Park in the back with entrance to meeting rooms.

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