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Nutrition & Oil Chat - Dealing with Environmental Poisons

Join us for Dealing with Environmental Poisons Naturally using Nutrition and Essential Oils


Environmental Poisons lurk everywhere around us! Find out how you can deal with mercury, aluminum and more naturally with the use of the right foods and essential oils.

At this event you will also be able to do a ZYTO scan, which detects within minutes what nutrient deficiencies you may have and creates a comprehensive report with recommended natural remedies. 

Attending this event is free, but we strongly encourage that you support our generous venue sponsor, Fresh Mama, by selecting one of their delicious menu items or beverages during this event!

Stacey Hall and I look forward to seeing you next Wednesday!

Your host

Ina Mohan


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  • Ina M.

    Are you drinking water from plastic bottles? Do you believe that bottled water is healthier than our municipal tap water? You may be surprised...

    Looking forward to seeing you today when we will take a close look at environmental poisons and how you can deal with them naturally using nutrition and essential oils!

    November 6, 2013

  • Ina M.

    Learn at our chat tomorrow how to cleanse these from your body naturally using nutrition and essential oils!

    Did you know that arsenic is a naturally occurring element that’s found in soil and water and has also been used by farmers as a pesticide and a fertilizer for many years? Like lead, mercury, and other heavy metals, arsenic can persist in soil for years after it is applied to crops.

    The Romans were aware that lead could cause serious health problems like madness and death, so they used slaves to mine the lead used for their pipes. The expression "mad as a hatter" originated from the neurological damage and mental confusion suffered by workers who processed felt with mercury compounds in the manufacture of hats.

    You may be exposed to harmful substances every day because many types of chemicals are used in farming, food production, and the manufacture of consumer goods.

    November 5, 2013

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