The Herbal Pharmacist/Doctor of Naturopathy is Coming to Orlando to speak on the 'Miracle of Minerals'

Dave Foreman, The Herbal Pharmacist/Doctor of Naturopathy, nationally syndicated radio talk show host, TV personality on WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida, author/writer, will be one of the guest lecturers at the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA) Southeast Region Trade Show/ Seminar conference to be held in Orlando, Florida. Mark your calendars:

PLACE: ROSEN CENTER, 9840 International Drive
Room: Salon 14
TIME: 7:0OPM – 9:00 PM
SUBJECT: “Minerals, The Miracle Elements/The Real
Deal Behind Coral Minerals”
COST: FREE to NNFA members
Pre-Registration necessary for the Public Call: 800.828.7250

The NNFA is inviting the public (which is not usually done) to attend its general health seminars and trade show; BUT they MUST PRE-REGISTER. Otherwise, they will not be able to enter.

Foreman, N.D., RPh, will be co-hosting the seminar with James Chappell, D.C., N.D., Ph.D., M.H. The purpose of these health seminars is to educate the NNFA members and the public alike to the variety of natural health prod-ucts available, and the real deal behind Coral Minerals. There has been a lot of misinformation about minerals generally, and Coral Minerals specifically, and this seminar is aimed at telling the FACTS about minerals. Some of the functions that the body needs minerals for are: formation of bone, healthy nerves, energy production, muscle tone, healing, and many other functions. No one doubts the need for minerals, but why specifically do we need them and how do we get them. To find out, then you must attend these seminars. And discover for yourself the truth behind these minerals…which is the real story behind this conference.

For further information and interviews: Dr. Dave Foreman, contact: Ms. Fritzi Roth, Personal Representative, 248.559.1144, or go to www.; about Dr. Jim Chappell,, click on Dr. Jim.

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