Become Wellness-Savvy at Health Freedom Expo




Today’s savvy, health-conscious consumers want answers about how to use food as medicine and also how to prevent ill health, rather than create it. Some just need to know how to get started on the path to wellness by maintaining a nutritious, unadulterated diet and adopting simple, everyday practices.

A gathering of such health wisdom awaits attendees of the Health Freedom Expo from June 15 to 17, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center, in Schaumburg. This three-day event will immerse attendees in the latest in natural health discoveries and opinions. Speakers include Kevin Trudeau, Jeffrey Smith, Dr. Carolyn Dean and George Noory.

Meet respected health leaders, medical doctors, practitioners, health freedom advocates and legislators in the fields of natural health and wellness. Shop more than 200 health-related exhibits; attend more than 90 lectures and panels; view life-changing documentary films; sample healthy, delicious natural foods and more.


Cost: $20/day or $45 for the weekend. Location: 1551 N. Thoreau Dr., Schaumburg, IL 60173. For tickets and details, call 888-658-3876 or visit HealthFreedomExpo.com.

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