Research Event:  Alternative Health Therapy

February 8, 2016


People often hear "you are what you eat," but how do you know if you are getting the nutrients, vitamins and minerals to ensure optimum health.


Parkinson Alberta invites you to join researcher Dr. Samantha Kimball, Dr. Ludo Brunel, and Mr. Allan Markin, founder of  Pure North S'Energy Foundation as they present their views on living well through preventative wellness programs.

Wednesday, March 2

6:30PM - 8:30PM

River Park Church - 3818 - 14A St SW



Come out to this free research event to learn more, have an opportunity to ask questions and find out what this alternative therapy can mean for your Parkinson's.  Light refreshments will be served.  Please RSVP via phone (403-243-9901) or email (CLICK HERE). 


Join these dynamic presenters from Pure North who are on a mission to help Canadians live the healthiest life possible by focusing on primary prevention support. They believe that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. By providing Canadians with support before they get sick, they believe they can help people stay healthy and ultimately reduce the costs and demand on our healthcare system. Pure North believes that optimal nutrition is the best way to stay healthy. For more information on Pure North please CLICK HERE.


Please note that the information being presented at this event is provided strictly for the attendees interest and does not necessarily reflect the views of Parkinson Alberta and are NOT intended as medical advice.  Please consult your doctor or neurologist in all matters relating to health concerns or medication.

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