Are you eating the healthiest diet possible?
Are you getting enough of the right type of exercise?
How does your state of mind influence your health?
Come to the Healthy Lifestyle Expo and find out the answers!
"Health is not luck. We have an innate ability to maintain good
health if we establish the optimal environment for healing."
This year's Expo will be held at the Warner Marriott Hotel in Woodland Hills, California. It's a beautiful hotel where we've held the Expo three times, and it's a short ride from the Burbank or LAX airports.
There will be delicious plant-based food and fun events for those staying in the hotel.
Special Discounted Rate
The hotel will be sold out soon!
The best way to see if a good rate is still available is to contact our person at the Marriott, Elizabeth Ishioka. You can email her at:
or call her at 818-227-6118
They have a limited number of rooms available at $129/night, but they will disappear soon.
You may be able to get a good rate on hotels.com,go here: http://www.Hotels.com and put in the dates and hotel name: Warner Center Marriott Woodland Hills -- to see what rate you can get. It's around $149/night at the moment -- and the price will go up as we get closer to the date, until no more rooms are available.
You can also get a room at the Woodland Hills Hilton for around $129, which is 1 mile away from the Warner Marriott. Also check Hotels.com.
If you have any problems making your reservation, please contact us right away using THIS FORM and we will help if we are able.
Warner Center Marriott Hotel
The Healthy Lifestyle Expo DVD set is available!
Watch speakers from each year's Healthy Lifestyle Expo to learn about the best diet, preventing and reversing heart disease, cancer-protection, weight loss and much much more! You will want to watch these amazing talks again and again on DVD, and share with friends and family.
Did You Know? Expo travel and costs may be tax deductible!
"You can include in medical expenses amounts paid for admission and transportation to a medical conference if the medical conference concerns the chronic illness of yourself, your spouse, or your dependent. The costs of the medical conference must be primarily for and necessary to the medical care of you, your spouse, or your dependent. The majority of the time spent at the conference must be spent attending sessions on medical information. The cost of meals and lodging while attending the conference is not deductible as a medical expense."