Interview: Dr. Marita Schauch-Naturopathic Doctor-5/18/17

Dr. Marita Schauch, a trusted naturopathic doctor, women's health expert and author will speak at 7 p.m. today at the Blennerhassett Hotel, 320 Market St., Parkersburg. Dr. Schauch has a genuine passion for sharing the knowledge and tools of alternative medicine and nutrition to empower women to own their path to optimal health. As a health educator for Preferred Nutrition (Canada) and Natural Factors (USA), she trains health industry-retailers and gives public talks across North America about various health topics and disease prevention with a special interest in women's health. Dr. Schauch appears regularly as guest in radio and TV shows, runs webinars, and writes frequent health articles and columns for various print media. She is the co-author of "The Adrenal Stress Connection" and the author of "Making Sense of Women's Health." Doctor Schauch leads a clinical practice in Sidney, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada. She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and holds a Bachelor of Science with Distinction majoring in Biology from the University of Victoria. The event also is sponsored by Mother Earth Foods, located at 1638 19th St., Parkersburg. For more information, go to www.motherearthworks.com or call 304-428-1024 or 888-801-1386.

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