Pierce to speak at Women’s Show

RoseMarie Pierce will be the keynote speaker for the Comox Valley West Coast Women’s Show on Sept. 22 and 23.

RoseMarie Pierce is the keynote speaker for the Comox Valley West Coast Women’s Show.

RoseMarie Pierce will be the keynote speaker for the Comox Valley West Coast Women’s Show on Sept. 22 and 23.

The topic will be: Gluten-Free Healthy Living: How to use nutritional supplements to support your gluten-free diet.

RoseMarie Pierce, BSc Pharm guides you on your path to optimal, gluten-free nutrition. As Canada’s first holistic pharmacist, she creates a “natural prescription” to support the digestive and nutritional needs of people with gluten intolerance.

From digestive enzymes to protein smoothies, RoseMarie’s Gluten-Free Healthy Living Program gives you the tools you need to be and feel well every day.

Pierce earned her degree in pharmacy from Dalhousie University in 1972. After extensive studies in herbal and nutritional medicine, RoseMarie integrated these disciplinary practices with her pharmacy education to become Canada’s first holistic pharmacist.

She is recognized as one of Canada’s foremost integrated health

spokespeople. RoseMarie’s core health message focuses on the pH connection to good health.

“As a holistic pharmacist, I enjoy creating well-balanced

‘prescriptions’ for good health that include diet, lifestyle, nutritional

supplements, exercise and attitude along with the possibility of integrating medications when needed.”

RoseMarie has a natural ability to present technical information in an easy-to-understand format. Bringing a special kind of energy and enthusiasm, RoseMarie acts as a catalyst for individuals who wish to improve their health, enjoy vitality and realize their potential.

Using her pharmaceutical and nutritional expertise, she has researched and formulated her own line of nutritional supplements with a special focus on pH balancing, digestive issues and hormonal health.

RoseMarie is a lecturer and writer in the natural health Industry as

well as the senior technical adviser, educator and product formulator for Prairie Naturals.

The third annual Comox West Coast Women’s Show will be held at the Comox Community Centre.

The West Coast Women’s Show is a trade show for and about women. There will be 60 plus exhibits showcasing products, services and information of interest to women, as well as informative seminars.

For details, visit www.westcoastwomensshow.com.

— Comox West Coast Women’s Show

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