Park Forest Health Symposium To Focus On Reversal And Prevention Of 900 Diseases

Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- On Tuesday, April 10, 2012, the National Congress of Black Women, Metro Chicago Chapter will partner with the Village of Park Forest to host a health symposium featuring Dr. Joel Wallach.

Dr. Wallach is a world renowned veterinarian, pathologist, naturopathic physician, author and lecturer who became nationally known through his widely distributed audio tape, “Dead Doctors Don’t Lie.” He has done an incredible amount of research and has found many diseases to be not only preventable but reversible using nutrition. Having done over 20,000 autopsies (including animals and humans) and over 70 publications including major contributions to multi-authored text and reference books, Dr. Wallach has the scientific evidence supporting these claims.

Dr. Wallach served as health consultant to:

Civil Rights Leaders Andrew Young
Martin Luther King III
Pastor Creflo Dollar
Suzanne Somers
Evander Holyfield
Nelson Mandela
2-time Olympic Gold Medalist Delisha Milton-Jones
and many more…

All are welcomed and encouraged to bring family, friends and anyone seeking restored health and revitalization.

The health symposium will be held at the Park Forest Village Hall, in the Board Room, 350 Victory Drive, Park Forest, Illinois. Free parking is available.

Hours:  6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

About The National Congress of Black Women

The National Congress of Black Women, founded in 1984 is a non-profit organization dedicated to the educational, political, economic and cultural development of African-American Women and their families.

The Metro Chicago Chapter (NCBW-MCC) was established in 2009.

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