Dr. Stephen Holt, Dr. Karlene Karst and Danny Wells Are Keynote Speakers At The Healthy Harvest Trade Show

(OJAI, CA) September 26, 2005 – Dr. Stephen Holt, New York medical practitioner and scientific adviser for Nature’s Benefit, Dr. Karlene Karst, registered dietician and director of education, diet and nutrition for Nature’s Way Products and Danny Wells, president of Danny Wells & Associates, will be the keynote speakers at the Healthy Harvest Show, National Nutritional Foods Association-West trade show in San Jose, from September 30 through October 2.

Dr. Holt, who has numerous peer-reviewed published scientific papers in medicine and is a best-selling author with 20 books in distribution, will speak Friday, September 30 on “Hoodia Gordonii and Weight Loss Strategies.”
Dr. Karst, co-author of the book Healthy Fats for Life, is a leading expert on essential fatty acids. Speaking Saturday, October 1, Dr. Karst will lead a discussion about “Healthy Fats For Life.”

Wells, an industry icon for over 40 years and owner of a prominent industry natural products consulting firm that has helped improve operating margins for over 1,000 natural products businesses will speak Sunday, October 2 on the ‘Secrets to Surviving in a Competitive Retailing Environment.”

The Healthy Harvest Show will present over 200 exhibitors featuring organic and natural food and beverage products, dietary supplements, health and beauty aids, sports nutrition, natural remedies and household cleaning products according to

TLC Tradeshow Productions, the event producers. The regional trade show takes place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA, September 30 to October 2.

The “trade-only” show is free and open to all natural and/or organic product retailers. For complete registration information visit the trade show web site at www.HealthyHarvestShow.com or call (805) 646-4246.

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For more information:
Sheldon Baker, Baker Dillon Group
(800) 570-1262
[email protected]

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