Start your holiday season with a side of wellness! The In Good Health Wellness Expo & Holiday Market comes to Baltimore on November 17, 2018, just in time to help you with your health and wellness goals ahead of the holiday season, while also providing an opportunity to shop for local, natural, and handmade gifts.
While general admission is FREE, the Wellness Expo & Holiday Market will kick off at 9 AM with a VIP breakfast (cost: $25 in advance, limited seating, visit http://bit.ly/IGHBreakfast to register), which includes a gluten-free baking demonstration from baker and gluten-free expert Jules Shepard and VIP bag with samples and coupons from vendors and local businesses.
The free event starts at 10 AM and goes until 4 PM at 1407 Fleet Street, between Harbor East and Harbor Point. Parking is available for $4 directly across the street at the Fleet and Eden Garage.
This year’s Wellness Lounge will include presentations by:
• Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., and Alison Jefferies, MEd, best-selling authors of Anticancer Living: Transform Your Life and Health with the Mix of Six
• Peter D’Adamo, Ph.D., Naturopathic physician, best-selling author of Eat Right for your Type, and an expert in the influence of diet on your genes
• Cynthia Kupper, RD, CD, CEO of the Gluten Intolerance Group and expert on food labeling laws
Visitors will also have a chance to shop for eco-friendly, handmade products such as organically made body products, recycled jewelry, handmade home goods, local honey, and vegan and gluten-free foods. This family-friendly event will also include raffles throughout the day and a kid’s zone with face painting, coloring, and crafts, which will also feature a reading from children’s book illustrator Bianca Diaz, reading from her book, The One Day House.
Food and drinks will also be available for purchase in the Food Emporium, which will feature vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options.
For more information on this free event, please visit www.TIIH.org or call 443-681-7600.
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