Lexington Event Explores Alternative Heath Practices

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 2/02 1:35 am

Kentuckians took a look at many alternative ways to improve their health at the annual Bluegrass Health and Wellness Fair.

Organizers said they hoped to increase people’s exposure of beauty products, learn to live a more healthy lifestyle and promote an overall sense of well being.

Local and regional businesses had their merchandise and services on display.

They said people could learn about natural remedies to care for their bodies and also sample nutritional supplements.

There were also healthy, wealthy and wise seminars.

One of the goals for the day was to set a goal in 2014 to become fit and fabulous.

For the last three years the event on “Self Employment,” the next three will focus on “Revolution on Self Empowerment.”

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