Young Living to Participate in Urban Zen Nutritional Forum

0 April 13, 2009 - Archive

Young Living has been invited to participate in Urban Zen’s Well-Being Speaker Series: A Focus on Nutrition event being held April 16–17 in New York, New York. Young Living’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Doug Corrigan, will be there to share how a fundamental understanding of essential nutrients, deficiencies, and the “behind-the-scenes” realities of mass-producing quality natural products can help people avoid pitfalls and get real results for their dollar.

Urban Zen’s speaker series is part of an ongoing commitment to educate the public about key healthcare issues and the important role diet plays in disease prevention. Doug will be joined by many influential physicians, university professors, authors, and celebrities, such as Mehmet Oz, Rodney Yee, Donna Karan, Kris Carr, and many others.

This forum is open to the public and tickets can be purchased in advance at wellbeing@urbanzen.org or by phone at 1-212-382-3808.

Ticket prices:

One-Day Series Ticket: $80 (Includes one full day of the Speaker Series)

Two-Day Series Package: $150 (Includes two full days of the Speaker Series)

Key speakers include:

  • Neal Barnard
  • Kenneth Bock
  • T. Colin Campell
  • Kris Carr
  • Brian Clement
  • Annemarie Colbin
  • Doug Corrigan
  • Stephen Cowan
  • Kathy Freston
  • James Gordon
  • Brian Halwiel
  • Mark Hyman
  • Alejandro Juger
  • Donna Karan
  • Frank Lipman
  • Woodson Merrell
  • Jill Pettijohn.
  • Mehmet Oz
  • Rodney and Colleen Yee

To find out more about Urban Zen, visit their website at www.urbanzen.org.

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