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Women's International Summit for Health to feature Health Ranger and dozens of other health experts

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
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(NaturalNews) Do you have questions about health, love, wealth, beauty, fitness, or relationships? Are there specific areas of your life that you feel need strengthening or empowerment, but don't know where to turn for answers? The Women's International Summit for Health (WISH) just might be what you're looking for, as it features 40 world-renowned experts, including Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, who will each share a daily inspirational and empowering message of wisdom designed specifically for women. And best of all is the summit is completely FREE.

WISH is a modern-day, online women's circle of wisdom, addressing topics like how to stay physically and mentally healthy, how to successfully run a business or home, how to lose weight, and how to integrate medicinal foods into your lifestyle. Launched by Tera Warner, WISH exists primarily to empower and inspire women to break through the many barriers that hold them back from health, abundance, and vitality, and instead spur them to success in every area of their lives.

WISH represents a growing and vibrant community of 60,000-plus women, and even some men, who are together pursuing greatness and success. And you, too, can learn better how to eat right, integrate regular exercise into your lifestyle, and maintain a positive attitude every single day. These are the building blocks to success, and they're what WISH is all about.

Registration for WISH begins on March 8, 2011, and the series is completely FREE. Speakers will include Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, who will address how to get your health back into your own hands, as well as Dr. Joel Fuhrman, who will share about the five most important anti-cancer foods for women. And Robyn Openshaw, owner of GreenSmoothieGirl.com, will teach you how to live a whole-food lifestyle that is up to 80 percent raw, and how to do so easily, tastefully, and inexpensively.

You won't want to miss this solid lineup of health and wellness experts involved in WISH, so be sure to register beginning March 8. Again, the program is completely FREE, and will empower you with a wealth of useful information through which you can achieve better health, improve your quality of life, and attain the goals you've always dreamed about.

To register for WISH, visit:
http://www.wishsummit.com/wish/naturalnews

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