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Holistic Health Fair Focuses on Kids

On May 12 from 10am to 4pm, New Morning Market in Woodbury will host a children’s holistic health fair featuring resources and fun activities for the whole family.

Discover holistic options for and information about allergies, asthma and food sensitivity treatments with low-dose immunotherapy; autism, ADHD, ADD and SPD health coaching; epigenetics (root causes of disease); essential oils; family nutrition and healthy meal habits; herbalism; holistic psychotherapy; homeopathy; hypnosis; Juice Plus nutrition system; Lyme disease coaching; music therapy; naturopathic medicine; organic personal care products; PANS/PANDAS; and more.

The keynote speakers for the day are Beth Lambert from Epidemic Answers and Gabriella True from New England PANS/PANDAS Association. There will also be other presentations, exhibitors, authors, children’s activities, a parents’ “lounge” and other attractions. Raffle prizes will be awarded all day. A New Morning Market coupon booklet and Children’s Holistic Health Magazine will be available while supplies last. Tickets are free (one per family). 

The Children’s Holistic Health Fair’s (CHHF) mission is to help families flourish and thrive by offering holistic resources for health and behavioral challenges. CHHF showcases programs, products and services to meet the demands of raising children with social-emotional, behavioral, learning, developmental and health issues such as ADHD, SPD, autism, executive function, allergies, asthma, motor function, constipation/digestion and ODD.

For more information, a full list of participants and to sign up for the event, go to ChildrensHolisticHealthFair.com. Location: New Morning Market, 129 Main St N,
Woodbury. See ad, page 15. 

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