Dr. Brian Clement at the Healthy Living Expo, Somerville, MA, September 20, 2015
Dr. Brian Clement is the keynote speaker at the expo. He is the director of the world-renowned Hippocrates Health Institute (HHI), in West Palm Beach, Florida. Clement, NMD, Ph.D., LN, is an international lecturer and author of numerous books on health, spirituality, natural healing and raw food vegan diet. He draws upon wisdom from the institute’s nearly sixty-year history of empowering people through complementary health care education.
His lecture is titled “The New Health Paradigm; transcending current health barriers by focusing on the bodies electrical potency.” and will be followed by Q and A, plus a book signing. Find out which seemingly healthy foods may be increasing your risk of degenerative diseases.
The Hippocrates Health Institute has deep New England roots. The institute started in Boston’s Back Bay in 1956. Brian Clement worked with the founders, Ann Wigmore, and Viktoras Kulvinskas. The Hippocrates mission “is to assist people in taking responsibility for their lives and to help them internalize and actualize an existence free from premature aging, disease, and needless pain,” as described on their website.
At the Expo, you will have opportunities to try vegan, organic, raw superfoods that are also gluten and dairy free. Come out to meet your local network of health-conscious businesses and be supported in adopting a more holistic lifestyle. Optimum Health Solution organizes the event. All proceeds support the Optimum Health Solution Real Kids Real Food, an after school program that teaches inner city, at-risk kids about healthy affordable foods and how to prepare them.
About the Author: Betsy Bragg, author of Eat to Thrive & Real Kids Real Food Kids-Tested Recipes and a Hippocrates Health Educator is the director of Optimum Health Solution. She spearheads this event.
To register online, go to http://healthylivingexposept.eventbrite.com
Price: $10 online; buy 2 and get the third one FREE, $15 at the door
Time Sunday, September 20th 4:00 PM to 9 PM
Location: St. Catherine’s gymnasium, 179 Summer Street, Somerville, MA.
Free Parking is in the front on Summer Street and back of the church accessible from Belmont Street