Water, Dehydration, and the Second Nervous System

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Wednesday, November 5th / 6:30 to 7:30PM


Learn little known facts about water and the massive impacts of just being slightly and often unknowingly dehydrated can do to the body. So you think you are hydrated? At least 95% of the population is or has experienced episodes in the department of chronic dehydration. Learn what you can do to avoid the possible repercussions of such a situation and the dis-eases and physiological imbalances within the body that are associated with chronic dehydration and ways to right the wrong of the water ways of the “second nervous system”.

This is part of the “Reclaim Your Health” Series. Find details on upcoming classes below. Attend one or all, depending on your interests!

Part 4: 11/12 | Vitamins, Minerals & ‘Cartoon’ Supplements

The next body building and rebuilding steps in not only establishing health, but sustaining it, is knowing what types of minerals and vitamins one is deficient in, where to look for the right sources of these profound vitalizing substances, what to avoid in “cartoon supplements” and why. Become supplement savvy with knowledge of the hows and whys our bodies now require extra natural nutrient supplementation.


Natalie Weaver BCND., M.H., C.N.C., Ir.

Natalie is a Certified Health Specialist CHS, Master Herbalist (MH), Certified Nutritional Counselor, and has completed her Doctorate of Traditional Naturopathy from Trinity School of Natural Health. She has also complete programs in Nutritional Microscopy and Oxidative Stress Testing, Certification in Iridology, as well as Certification of Natural Health Professional (CNHP).


$10 per class

Register for Class or Series

Please register in advance for this class or the full series by calling (804)359-7525, emailing Taylor here, or through the links below.

Water, Dehydration & the 2nd Nervous System


Call the customer service desk at (804)359-7525 or email trichardson@ellwoodthompsons.com.

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