Every minute of every day, chemicals in our food, under our sinks, in our cosmetics and in our environment are changing our body chemistry.
Right now, the air you’re breathing is changing your genetics. The food in your refrigerator is changing your odds of getting a chronic disease.
Those toxins are creating things like cancer, diabetes, obesity, autoimmune disorders, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue. And that’s just the short list.
Join us for an revealing look at the hidden dangers of environmental toxins and and new solutions the myriad of health concerns they cause.
Or get your tickets in person at StoneTree Clinic or The Environment Network
StoneTree Naturopathic Clinic, in partnership with The Environment Network, is proud to bring Dr. Walter Crinnion, one of North America’s leading experts in environmental medicine, to Collingwood on May 13, 2011.
Dr. Crinnion’s message is powerful but simple: toxins are affecting our health, but we all have the power do something about it.
All proceeds from this event will be going towards supporting the important efforts of our local Environment Network. They’ll support great local programs that help kids stay healthy, create green spaces, build communities and sustain and nurture our environment.
Walter J. Crinnion, ND, has been practicing Naturopathic Medicine for almost 30 years, and has been treating chemically poisoned patients for almost as long.
In 1985 he opened the most comprehensive cleansing facility in North America for the treatment of chemically poisoned individuals.
Dr. Crinnion is a frequent lecturer and has made many TV appearances, including multiple times with Barbara Walters on ABC’s “The View.” In March 2010, Dr. Crinnion’s book Clean, Green, and Lean: Get Rid Of The Toxins That Make You Fat, was released.
Dr. Crinnion is an associate professor at Bastyr University, National College of Naturopathic Medicine, and the University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine. He currently is a professor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, and directs SCNM’s Environmental Medicine Center of Excellence.