Looking for the fountain of youth

We all have heard of the story of Ponce De Leon’s fountain of youth, a spring that supposedly restores the youth of anyone who drinks or bathes in its waters.  This is a notion that most people have been chasing for thousands of years, it first appeared in writings by Herodotus, in the Alexander romance, and the stories of Prester John.  Through out literature and popular culture the constant search for a way to recover ones youth has been endless, in today’s society that promise is made by the makers of beauty products.

We are all guilty, myself included, of purchasing such products because lets face it, we all want to be young and remain young.  Youth means to most beauty and so we keep trying every new product that is advertised that promises that they are the key to achieving youth and beauty.

This year at the Women’s Health and Fitness Expo Neal Smoller will hold and educational workshop where he will explain why most products and methods that come with the promise to make us feel young again fail us. But most importantly he will discuss real, obtainable solutions that actually work.  We will learn the impact that our diets and lifestyle have on the aging process. We’ll also see how beauty products and supplements can work against our efforts to look and feel younger.

Neal will discuss how to turn back the clock naturally and create real health and beauty from the inside out. Neal will recommend seemingly small changes and will illustrate the dramatic effect that these can have. So come to this years expo, have fun and learn how to find the fountain of youth.



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