Restorative Remedies, Sponsored by the National University System Center for Integrative Health, is hosting an event to celebrate the gluten-free lifestyle on March 20, 2010 from 9am to 3:30pm at National University's Spectrum campus.
The event will feature a combination of informative lectures and a product and services expo where the public can connect with organizations and companies that support gluten-free living. The Expo will provide information, products, and networking opportunities to people who are either living gluten free, facing the need to adjust to a gluten-free lifestyle, or choosing to eliminate gluten from their household for other reasons.
Presentations throughout the day will include:
“The Science Behind Gluten Intolerance”
Including a follow-up discussion with Dr. Alex Shikhman and Jacqueline Konstanturos, co-authors of Gluten Nation
“Label Reading for Your Health”
With Mary Lyons Collard, RD, contributing author to Gluten Nation
“The Gluten Chronicles”
Personal stories from people on the front lines of battling gluten in everyday living.
“Personalized Medicine: A demonstration of new technologies for better diagnosis and treatment”
With Dr. Alex Shikhman
“The Best Gluten-Free Recipes Contest”
Featuring celebrity judges who will award prizes for the best recipes in several categories: appetizers, breads, entrées, desserts and overall
National University, Spectrum Business Park campus
9388 Lightwave Avenue
San Diego, CA 92123-1426
FREE ALL-DAY PARKING AVAILABLE
March 20, 2010 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Buy tickets at:
or call 858.605.5880.
$10 General Admission
includes admission to all booths and presentations
$25 VIP Admission
includes special seating, a reusable grocery tote and gifts worth over $40
$30 General Admission at the event
Gluten-free recipe contest entry: $25 and includes admission to event
Gluten-free lunch prepared by Star of India Restaurant $10
In addition to the lectures, the Expo will include displays by organizations that support the gluten-free community, as well as companies that offer products and services designed for gluten-sensitive individuals. Non-profit organizations who provide announcements through their databases will have the opportunity to host an information table at the expo free of charge.
Click here for more information, as well as online registration.