Herbal Pharmacist to Particpate in all Day Seminar in Los Angeles

Dave Foreman, The Herbal Pharmacist/Doctor of Naturopathy, whose show “The Herbal Pharmacist” airs on 870 KRLA-AM every Saturday 8a.m.-9a.m will be presenting, along with a number of nationally recognized experts in natural health, healing and nutrition, an all-day seminar, hosted by KRLA-AM, on SUNDAY, MARCH 13th, 2005, 9a.m. to 4p.m., at the LAX HILTON HOTEL, 5711 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles.

Admission is free. The first 300 attendees will receive a complimentary gift bag that will include best-selling books on health, product samples, coupons and gifts.

Speakers will include: DR. EARL MINDELL, best-selling author of The Vitamin Bible, and dozens of other books o health and nutrition; DR. GENE STEINER, host of “Healthy Advice” and “Dr. Gene’s Healthy Picks,” heard Saturdays 1p.m.-2p.m. and 2p.m.-3p.m. on 870 KRLA-AM; DR. MARC DARROW, joint rehabilitation specialist heard Saturdays 7:30-8a.m. and Sundays at 2:30 a.m. on 870 KRLA-AM; clinical nutritionist DR. ROBERT MARSHALL, host of “Healthline” heard Saturdays 9a.m.-10a.m. on 870 KRLA-AM; DR. JAMES CHAPPELL, a chiropractic naturopathic physician, clinical nutritionist (Ph.D.) and medical herbalist; and diabetes specialist DR. MARK KAYLOR.

Topics to be addressed include the importance of minerals to overall health; super food nutrition; the independent pharmacy’s involvement in natural pharmacy; pain-free living; natural solutions to gastrointestinal disorders; preventing Syndrome X and Diabetes; looking and feeling 20 years younger than your calendar age, and more.

The Herbal Pharmacist Health Fair will also feature an exhibit area filled with health and wellness companies displaying the latest in health and fit-ness products, and physicians will be onsite to answer all your health ques-tions. For more information, go online to www.krla870.com. 870 KRLA-AM is owned and operated by Salem Communications Corporation (NasdaqSALM) headquartered in Camarillo, California.


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