The Allergy Solution: Unlock the Surprising, Hidden Truth about Why You Are Sick and How to Get Well Cancelled

The Allergy Solution: Unlock the Surprising, Hidden Truth about Why You Are Sick and How to Get Well

Ever wonder why so many people are now allergic to so many things?  Is your environment affecting your health (closed offices, city life with diesel buses, reliance on fast food, global warming)? What could be making lots of us feel sick much of the time, leading to unexplained weight gain, brain fog, joint pain, stomach trouble, anxiety and more?

In this provocative talk, Jonathan Galland, author of The Allergy Solution reveals why allergies are skyrocketing and why the modern lifestyle is making millions of us sick.  He investigates the leading causes of the allergy epidemic and the hidden connection between our polluted environment and our health.

Jonathan will present highlights from his book based on research from leading medical centers showing that everyday household products, fast food, and air pollution are fueling the rise in allergies and mystery illnesses.

Jonathan Galland, J.D., is the co-author of the International Bestseller The Allergy Solution, which has been featured in The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Glamour, Shape, Well and Good, Teen Vogue, on Fox 5 and PBS. Reflecting the worldwide interest in the new approach to allergies, health and the environment, the book has been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Polish, Hungarian and Czech.

A leader in integrated health education, Jonathan has contributed dozens of top health articles to The Huffington Post. He is a top columnist on MindBodyGreen, the foremost natural health website.    Jonathan created over 100 recipes for The Fat Resistance Diet, the pioneering anti-inflammatory book featured in The Wall Street Journal, Fitness, and on The Dr. Oz Show. He has appeared on Martha Stewart Living Radio and given dozens of radio interviews.

Location: 30 West 44th Street
Reception: 6pm, Lecture: 6:30pm, Dinner: Immediately following lecture
Cost: $15 per member. $25 per guest. Price includes half hour reception of beer and wine. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
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