SaltWorks(TM) Will Showcase 31 Gourmet Salts at 2006 Fancy Food Show in NYC

SaltWorks(TM) Will Showcase 31 Gourmet Salts at 2006 Fancy Food Show in NYC










REDMOND, Wash. (PRWEB) July 2, 2006

People no longer take Mark Zoske’s ideas with a grain of salt: What began as a hobby for Zoske just five years ago has grown into SaltWorks(TM), Inc. (http://www.saltworks.us or http://www.seasalt.com), one of the world’s leading purveyors of specialty cooking salts.

SaltWorks, which boasts the largest selection of specialty gourmet salts available, will offer its unique and rare salts at the 52nd Summer Fancy Food Show, July 9-11, at the Javits Center in New York City (Booth #2880). Some 30,000 visitors and 2,100 exhibitors from the specialty food industry from around the world will attend.

The show affords an opportunity for SaltWorks to showcase its Artisan Salt Company (http://www.artisansalt.com ) division, which is fast becoming a major supplier of gourmet salts to consumers and the food industry. Artisan is building its own buzz, not just for the 31 varieties of salts it offers, but also for its eye-catching package design. Artisan Salt’s Alaea Coarse Hawaiian Sea Salt was recently named a 2006 Product Awards finalist in the category of Outstanding Packaging or Design by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade (NASFT).

Noting that gourmet salt is the hottest category in the gourmet food industry, Zoske attributes his success to several factors: “People are discovering recipes on TV, in magazines such as Cooking Light and Sunset, and on the Internet that call for gourmet salts; these salts are becoming an integral part of contemporary cooking. It is more and more common for stores to carry six or more varieties of gourmet salt.”

Zoske says both restaurants and anyone who likes to cook should use sea salt: “It’s less than a penny per serving, but more important, it’s healthier and tastes better than plain table salt.” Zoske says people are more health- conscious in general, and Baby Boomers in particular turn to a variety of salts for healthful ways to add interest to food.

See SaltWorks’ gourmet salt reference guide at http://www.saltworks.us/salt_info/si_Gourmet_Reference.asp.

About SaltWorks(TM), Inc.

Founded in 2002, SaltWorks imports premium gourmet sea salts and bath salts from more than a dozen countries and supplies them to the wholesale, retail, and consumer markets throughout North America. SaltWorks’ customers range from individuals that order handsome cork-top glass jars, user-friendly flip-top plastic jars and resealable stand-up pouches, to manufacturers, restaurants, food co-ops, and health food stores that order by the pound, ton, pallet or truckload. The Seattle-area company maintains a strong commitment to providing the cleanest, most natural products possible and invites anyone with a special project or request to contact its friendly and knowledgeable customer service team.

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Ontario Hypnosis Centre Stages Largest Relaxation Day Ever on World Hypnosis Day, January 4 2006

Ontario Hypnosis Centre Stages Largest Relaxation Day Ever on World Hypnosis Day, January 4 2006










(PRWEB) October 16, 2005

On January 4 2006, Ontario Hypnosis Centre in Toronto, Canada will stage the largest relaxation day ever in order to draw attention to the growing field of hypnotism. On that day, hypnotherapists from across Ontario will meet at The Sutton Place Hotel to stage a relaxation session for 350 people, including politicians, entertainers, and media to educate and demonstrate the extraordinary power we all have within us. Hosting the event is Dr. Georgina Cannon of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre. Anyone who wants to de-stress and make a Guinness Book of Records attempt at the world’s largest stress reduction session is welcome.

TThis first time- ever -event takes place at the prestigious Sutton Place Hotel in their Royal Sutton Ballroom from 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. The timing is specifically designed so that participants may start their relaxing evening at the hotel’s Accents Restaurant & Bar, where special arrangements have been made for a reasonably priced prix-fixed dinner designed for the historic event. Special room rate arrangements have also been made to accommodate the out of town participants for this event.

To register call 416.489.0333 or 1-866-497 7469

Once a corporate leader and strategic planner for blue chip corporations, Dr. Georgina Cannon, left her $ 300,000.00 a year corporate career 10 years ago to start of all things, a hypnotism clinic and school. Cannon sold most of her worldly assets, including her home and BMW to start up a business in the centre of Toronto’s Cumberland Ave. Today she is known as one of North America’s most recognized spokespersons for the field of hypnotism, speaking and teaching dentists, doctors and assorted businessmen and women, the applications of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Cannon’s pragmatic approach to hypnotherapy has brought her some of the most prestigious awards in her field, including the Order of the Braid

Georgina Cannon is one of four key world organisers of this event, and as such is focussing her attention onto Canada where teams of hypnosis clinics will be holding open houses, running demonstrations, dispelling myths, and in general encouraging Canadians to discover the power of their mind.

For more on the event or to interview Dr. Cannon for an article contact: Darlene Montgomery at 416-696-1684.

About Hypnotism:

Hypnotism is a safe and effective intervention for a variety of motivational, self improvement and goal setting situations. It is natural and free of side effects, when performed by a certified competent practitioner the results are long lasting and often permanent.

Guidelines of Practice:

The National Guild of Hypnotists has ethical guidelines which all members must adhere to. The National Guild of Hypnotists holds to the ideal that hypnotism should be practiced in a free and open manner in line with all national and state requirements. NGH Hypnotists are not practicing medical or mental health arts (unless additional credentials are held by the member) Hypnotists do not diagnose disease, but can help in an adjunct to conventional medical or mental health interventions. We have our own unique non diagnostic language which we use with clients in order to help them to achieve the change they desire.

About Dr. Georgina Cannon:

Ontario Hypnosis Director, Georgina Cannon, is a Doctor of Metaphysical Counselling, NLP Master, Timeline practitioner, Past Life Regression Therapist and accredited Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists, the Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the International Board of Regression Therapies.

She is recognized by many in the media as “The Source” for expert opinion in the field of hypnotherapy and issues around complementary wellness treatments, and she regularly meets with medical and wellness professionals to enhance their knowledge and awareness of hypnosis and the dynamic healing potential of soul, or past life journeys.

She is also on the Advisory Board of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Georgina specializes in enabling clients to achieve major life changes, healing personal and emotional issues, and she facilitates Past Life Research and Regression sessions. Dr. Cannon received the NGH worldwide “Hypnotism Media Award” for being regarded as The Information Source for Media.

She was also inducted into “The Order of Braid”, in recognition of outstanding achievement, dedication and service to the profession of Hypnosis. Dr. Georgina Cannon has been featured in many national print and broadcast news articles and television programs, including a three-part, one-hour series on CBC Television, broadcast in the fall of 2004.

For more on Georgina Cannon visit, http://www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com

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Lord Elgin Hotel Celebrates Winterlude 2006

Lord Elgin Hotel Celebrates Winterlude 2006










Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) February 3, 2006

Every February, Canada’s Capital Region is host to Winterlude, North America’s greatest winter festival. Fun is waiting for the whole family: the Rideau Canal Skateway, magnificent snow and ice sculptures, energetic rhythms of Snowbowl and Snowflake Kingdom, the biggest snow playground on the continent.

Winterlude is more than a festival — it’s a celebration of Canada’s distinctive northern identity.

Skate on the world’s longest skating rink – right in the heart of Ottawa! Marvel at the glittering ice sculptures or take in a spectacular fire show. Our mascots, the Ice Hog Family, are waiting for you in Canada’s Capital Region.

The historic Lord Elgin Hotel each year is host to the hundreds of visitors coming to Ottawa to take part in this unique and exciting festival. With it’s setting, overlooking the Crystal Garden in Confederation Park and steps from the Rideau Canal, the world’s longest skating rink, the Lord Elgin is the ideal vantage point to take in the best of Winterlude.

Not only can you look out your window at the illuminated ice sculptures, but you can just cross the park to strap on your skates for a long skate, or wander up Elgin to enjoy some of the best restaurants and bars of Ottawa.

Over the first three weekends of February (Feb 3 – 19, 2006), thousands of visitors come from all over to take part in the fun. The Rideau Canal, steps from the Lord Elgin, is packed with people skating along the 9 kilometer skating lane between the Hartwell Locks and the Downtown area. Along the way there are snow sculptures, heated change rooms, huts selling “beavertails” and hot-chocolate, and special performances.

One of the key highlights of Winterlude is the 19th Edition of the Crystal Garden International Ice Carving Competition located across the Lord Elgin in Confederation Park. From Friday, February 3 at 11:30 am to Sunday, February 5 at noon, professional and amateur carvers from around the world put their talents to the test. Cast your vote and you could win a prize. Ice-carving masterpieces are illuminated starting February 5.

Or visit the Sun Life Ice Café at Dows Lake – a nostalgic icy retreat, featuring crystalline sculptures and snow carvings that recall Ottawa’s Victorian era. Costumed Figure skaters, Victorian choir, interpreters and sleigh rides recreate yesteryear. Plus, learn all about the building of the Rideau Canal.

The Snowflake Kingdom, located at Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau is the biggest snow playground in North America!

The Lord Elgin is also a participant in the Taste of Winterlude, a collaborative effort of the best of Ottawa’s Chefs. Many of the participating restaurants are within a short walk of the hotel. Lord Elgin hotel created numerous specials to help support all Winterlude festivities. Some of the Winterlude specials are:

Online Special – From $ 139 CAD per night

Winter Getaway Package for Two – From $ 199.00 CAD per night (1 night accommodation for two, skate rentals for two, buffet breakfast for two, coupons for shopping at the Rideau Centre and welcome gifts. A Winterlude map is available online at: http://www.ottawakiosk.com/winterludemap.pdf.

The Lord Elgin, built in 1941, is one of Ottawa’s landmark properties. Owned locally and privately, it has been completely refurbished, returning it to it’s classic and elegant roots, as a place for leaders and decision maker to meet and stay. Visit our web site to see updates for hotel discounts, vacation packages and romantic weekend getaways for Ottawa’s premier hotel. To learn more about Lord Elgin hotel, visit http://www.lordelginhotel.ca or call 1-800-267-4298. Lord Elgin is proudly managed by Atlific Hotels & Resorts, http://www.atlific.com/.

Contact:

Ann Meelker

Director of Sales & Marketing

LORD ELGIN HOTEL

PH: 613-235-3333 ext 152

http://www.lordelginhotel.ca

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Third Brigade to Deliver Two Presentations at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association’s 2006 Blue Health IT Symposium

Third Brigade to Deliver Two Presentations at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association’s 2006 Blue Health IT Symposium











Ottawa, Ontario; Reston, VA (PRWEB) November 13, 2006

Third Brigade, Inc. (http://www.thirdbrigade.com), a security software company that specializes in host-based intrusion defense systems, today announced that Brian O’Higgins, Chief Technology Officer, and Blake Sutherland, Vice President of Product Management and Co-Chair of the Vulnerability Assessment Working Group of the eHealth Vulnerability Reporting Program (EHVRP) will present at the 2006 Blue Health IT Symposium.

Mr. O’Higgins’ presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, November 15, 2006 at 1:15pm CT at the Peabody Memphis Hotel, Memphis, TN, and is entitled, “Being Proactive for Zero-Day Threats, Using Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) to Protect Critical Applications.”

This session will provide an overview of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) vs. Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), and outline some widely divergent approaches to IPS. A prominent Arizona health insurer selected a host-based IPS (HIPS) approach to shield critical applications to buy time to deploy patches on a sensible maintenance schedule, rather than an emergency mode reactive schedule. The requirements were to monitor and alert on threats as they occur, but also to automatically protect systems that contain critical data or sensitive information. A case study of the insurer’s deployment experience from testing to operations will be outlined.

Mr. Sutherland’s presentation is scheduled for Thursday, November 16 at 1:30pm CT at the Peabody Memphis Hotel, Memphis, TN, and is entitled, “eHealth Vulnerability Reporting Program (EHVRP) Update: Practical Approaches to Addressing Vulnerabilities in eHealth Systems”.

The eHealth Vulnerability Reporting Program (EHVRP) is an industry initiative that has been formed to ensure customers of eHealth systems have the necessary information to appropriately manage risk related to eHealth systems. The program hopes to do this by establishing a mechanism for eHealth system vendors and their customers to access and report system vulnerabilities in a mutually acceptable, beneficial and confidential manner. The initial focus of this program is on Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. As part of this program, demonstration projects are being used to validate that vulnerability information used in conjunction with appropriate compensating controls are a practical way of quickly reducing risk while maintaining system usability

The focus of the presentation will be on the findings to date with respect to the level of vulnerabilities being found in EHR systems and the practical approaches being used to effectively secure these systems while maintaining usability and without introducing significant new costs of ownership.

Third Brigade will also exhibit at the conference at Booth #49.

Dates and Times:    

Wednesday, November 15    3:45pm – 7:00pm CT

Thursday, November 16    11:30am – 1:30pm CT

About Third Brigade

Third Brigade specializes in providing host intrusion defense systems to government, financial services, health care, telecommunications and other organizations that need to detect and prevent attacks that exploit vulnerabilities in commercial and custom software, including web applications. It enables you to create and enforce comprehensive security policies that proactively protect critical applications, sensitive data, and hosts, ensure regulatory compliance, and maximize the performance of your people, processes and hosts. Unlike others, Third Brigade software is not intrusive: it is smaller, faster and simpler. Third Brigade. That’s control.

For media and analyst inquiries only, contact:

Kathryn Schwab

Media and Analyst Relations

Third Brigade, Inc.

(M) 613-858-4407

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Private Education School Fair Makes Its Way Across Canada for 2006

Private Education School Fair Makes Its Way Across Canada for 2006










Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) September 26, 2006

Our Kids announces the Our Kids Private Education School Fair for 2006, the most successful school fair for private education in Canada since its inception in 2002. Making stops across Canada in Ottawa, Oakville, Toronto, and Vancouver, British Columbia, the fair will draw thousands of families and a variety of private educational institutions in its 4-city tour from September to November.

Schedule for Our Kids Private Education School Fair 2006

Ottawa: Saturday, September 30, 2006. 11am-4pm

Ottawa Congress Centre

Oakville: Sunday, October 15, 2006. 12pm-4pm

Oakville Conference and Banquet Centre

Toronto: Saturday, October 28, 2006. 11am-3pm

Roy Thompson Hall

Vancouver: Saturday, November 28, 2006. 11am-4pm

Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Our Kids Private Education School Fair is the best-attended school fair in Canada, providing a unique opportunity to those attending to be able to explore a plethora of Canadian schools beyond the public education system, all in one place. Families will be able to acquire information for each school as well as speak directly to representatives.

According to the Ministry of Education, government spending on the public school system in Ontario is $ 17.2 billion, spread over 4800 elementary and secondary institutions. This figure is still millions of dollars short of the ideal. With government spending on public education limited, scrutiny over the academic standards and safety of public schools continues to grow.

On the other hand, funding for private and independent schools is acquired through private resources. As a result, these institutions tend to have better facilities and a more conducive environment for learning. Such popular examples of private and independent schools as Montessori, Waldorf, Gifted, Boarding, and Bilingual, have now become a viable alternative to families of all backgrounds.

For further information about the fair and to register for free admission, visit

http://www.ourkidsmedia.com/school/fairs/fairs2006.shtml

About Our Kids Publications Ltd.

The brainchild of Andrew Stawicki, Our Kids Publications Ltd. has been publishing comprehensive resources of alternative education options for children in Canada since 1997. The release of Comfort Life in October 2002 completes the Our Kids family, providing senior citizens and their families an informative resource for the health care and retirement living options available to them.

Press Contact:

Jack Ziolek

4242 Rockwood Road

Mississauga, ON, Canada, L4W 1L8

Tel: (905) 272 1843 x 26

Fax: (905) 272 0474

http://www.ourkidsmedia.com

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Boots Herbal Stores Wins Best Independent Retailer 2006 Award at UK Natural Trade Show

Boots Herbal Stores Wins Best Independent Retailer 2006 Award at UK Natural Trade Show












(PRWEB) October 12, 2006

On the 24th September 2006 the cream of the UK Health Food Industry gathered at The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate to enjoy the prestigious annual Natural Trade Show Awards gala dinner, a much-celebrated occasion where industry excellence is rewarded.

The categories vary in order to acknowledge outstanding qualities in the diverse aspects of the industry. The most sought after accolade for the independent health food retailer is the Best Independent Retail Business Award that recognises among a diversity of store sizes and turnover, the store that shows the best ability to combine retail professionalism and profit with the natural health message and product. The judges are looking for first-rate business performance and management skills, retail innovation and progressive thinking.

Competitors cheered Keith Woolley, owner of Boots Herbal Stores as he accepted the award.

“Boots Herbal Stores is a well-deserved winner of Best Retail Business. It is a wonderful, modern cornucopia of a store with some of the best staff in the health food trade. The way that this is combined with a dynamic web enterprise is inspiring. Newcastle should be proud!”

John McKee – Chairman of the National Association of Health Stores

“Boots Herbal Stores continue to pioneer the highest quality products, and we will continue to support Keith and his team in every way possible.”

Gianni Quaglieri — Director of Operations Au Naturel

“Keith – A deserved winner. Keith is a retailer of the 21st Century.

His store and web operations provide the consumer with a very attractive and

seamless way to shop. The fact that Keith also runs the solgar.co.uk website really is quite ingenious. Keith is always full of fresh ideas and innovative ways in which to run his business, interact with the consumer and boost sales.”

Margaret Peet — Head of Natrol (UK) Ltd

For further information please contact Jenny Gay at Energetic Health +447801 492991/ +441483 575604

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Blossom: The Lifestyle Event for Women to Be Held October 15, 2006 Event Will Promote

Blossom: The Lifestyle Event for Women to Be Held October 15, 2006 Event Will Promote










Ottawa, ON, (PRWEB) September 8, 2006

Woman-owned and woman-managed businesses are blossoming in Ottawa. Blossom: The Lifestyle Event for Women, to be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on October 15, 2006 at Brookstreet, will showcase the remarkable range of businesses owned or run by Ottawa women, while supporting breast cancer research and education.

The term “Blossom” denotes the feeling of rejuvenation that women can experience when they find the right combination of beauty, wellness and lifestyle products and services. And this is exactly what they’ll find at this event. Blossom is a showcase of woman-owned and woman-managed businesses in the areas of fashion, accessories, catering, wellness, image, fitness, and more. Along with shopping and networking, the event features a lineup of seminars on health, wealth, home décor, and image transformation, as well as talks by breast cancer survivors. Attendees are invited to shop for beautiful clothes, accessories to complement fall fashions, jewelry from some of Canada’s hottest designers, and original gift items — all while supporting breast cancer research. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Rethink Breast Cancer (http://www.rethinkbreastcancer.com)

“We wanted to offer a range of complementary products and services under one roof while promoting women in business and supporting a worthy cause,” said Beth Johnson, Blossom Event Manager. “This will be a girls’ day out to remember. It offers everything from great shopping, to delicious food, to an opportunity to network with other women, along with great door prizes, and a goodie bag (Blossom is calling it a Girly Bag) full of things women love!”    

Highlights of the event include unique product experiences, free soothing massages, complimentary lunch with coffee and tea catered by Brookstreet, free mini-makeovers, great decorating ideas, health and wellness advice, demonstrations and seminars from inspiring speakers, and fantastic door prizes.

The cost to attend the event is $ 20 if guests register online before October 7, 2006. After that, tickets will cost $ 25 either online or at the door. Register at http://www.blossomevent.com

About Blossom Events

Blossom Events is an event management company dedicated to supporting women in business through events that showcase woman-owned and woman-managed businesses, while supporting worthy causes such as breast cancer research. Blossom Events was founded by Karen McNaughton, owner of http://www.sugardaddyshop.ca; Michelle Horne, owner of http://www.puttingittogether.ca; and Beth Johnson, an Ottawa-based marketing and event management consultant. For more information, visit http://www.blossomevent.com.

Contact:

Beth Johnson

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613-882-6329

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Tipper Gore to Speak at ACA 2006 Convention; Diversity, Disasters Top Issues for Counselors Today

Tipper Gore to Speak at ACA 2006 Convention; Diversity, Disasters Top Issues for Counselors Today










Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) March 23, 2006

Empowering Latino families. Counseling soldiers in combat. Energizing older workers. Coping with hurricanes and other traumas. Reducing test anxiety in schools.

These are just some of the societal issues facing individuals, families, schools, and organizations today and all are on the program for the 2006 American Counseling Association/Canadian Counselling Association Annual Convention which begins Saturday, April 1.

Nearly 3,000 counseling professionals from the U.S., Canada, and 16 other countries will convene in Montreal this month to learn, share ideas and discuss effective strategies for helping their clients cope with a multitude of mental health, career and school counseling issues. Counselors from Japan, United Arab Emirates, Chile, Italy, Palau and 11 other countries will be in attendance at the largest global event for counseling professionals.

The 2006 Convention is being held in conjunction with the Canadian Counselling Association (CCA). The convention theme—“Culture-Centered and Diversity Counseling Empowers all Families”—reflects global concerns with understanding and appreciating one’s culture and strengthening families. Canadians have a huge stake in multiculturalism due to a population lull. We are going to have to rely on people coming in from outside of Canada to supplement the labor force,” said Barbara MacCallum, CCA Executive Director.

Mental health issues also loom large in both the U.S. and Canada as both countries face challenges in obtaining reimbursement from insurance companies for some mental health services. Tipper Gore, wife of former vice president Al Gore and a strong advocate for mental health issues will focus everyone’s attention on mental health issues in her keynote presentation Sunday, April 2 at 9:30 a.m. Stephen Lewis, former UN Special Envoy and one of Canada’s most influential commentators on social affairs, international development and human rights, will deliver a keynote address Saturday, April 1 at 9:30 a.m.     

Attendees will choose from over 500 educational sessions on traditional topics such as marriage counseling, teen suicide, depression and career counseling; contemporary issues such as Cybersex and Internet safety; and specialty topics such as counseling persons with disabilities.

“Counseling professionals today are called upon to address a wide array of issues and they must approach all of them with a strong understanding of diversity and multiculturalism,” said ACA President Patricia Arredondo.    

EDITOR’S NOTE: Interviews can be arranged with ACA officers, members or speakers.

E-mail BHeatherington -at- counseling.org for assistance. From March 30 – April 2, contact Brandt onsite in Montreal at 703-307-1574 (cell phone).

The American Counseling Association (http://www.counseling.org) is a nonprofit, professional and educational organization that is dedicated to the growth and enhancement of the counseling profession. Founded in 1952, ACA is the world’s largest association exclusively representing more than 44,000 professional counselors across a wide spectrum from school counselors to family counselors, addictions counselors, and many other practice specialties.

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Mr. Natural Canada – 2006 Neutron Sports Bodybuilding Champion

Mr. Natural Canada – 2006 Neutron Sports Bodybuilding Champion










Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) September 1, 2006

Neutron is part of the International Fitness Sanctioning Body (IFSB) and has the highest standard in drug screening tests in the world. All athletes must pass to compete in their events.

Robert Lagana from Ottawa (Nepean), Ontario won the overalls and most muscular bodybuilding titles last weekend at the 2006 Neutron Sports Nationals. The event was held at Carleton University in Ottawa. The audience participation factor was at its highest level this year.

Robert says, “I came in 2nd place last year and learned from my mistakes.” His hard work paid off this year.

With deep appreciation, Robert says, “I would like to thank everyone for your support especially family, friends, co-workers and the entire Neutron organization. I’m on stage not only for myself, but for you as well.”

Robert says, “I planned for this show and started following a nutrition program designed by myself, which allowed me to peak on my target date. This title is the biggest competitive achievement someone can obtain in the IFSB Bodybuilding level. Winning the titles make me feel like a true and honest champion of drug free bodybuilding. I am proud to be drug free in a sub-culture where drug use is rampant.”

The Neutron is the first organization and only to implement a special screening process called the “SCAN” test.

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Unlike the majority of bodybuilding and fitness organizations, Neutron Sports has a primary business in promoting and conducting drug free events with the highest standards in drug testing policies, secondary to monetary profit. You can read more about their mandate at http://www.neutronsports.com

Robert says, “Each competitor spends hundreds of dollars to compete and in essence their cause in the big picture is hardly effective if our marketing efforts don’t bring in the interest of the public. Each Neutron Sports event furthers the natural drug free movement.”

This is why it is so important to show your support at Neutron events by coming and enjoying the inspirational, motivational and entertaining competitors.

Robert says, “Parents in particular, need to care more about promoting a drug free health and sports society where their children grow and play a part of.”

Children need good sports role models and role models that do not depend on illegal substances to achieve their goals.

Robert says, “I hope others will redirect their thoughts on the intent to use drugs for sports performance or musculature gains. I hope their intent is to avoid putting unknown and dangerous substances into their bodies and to believe gains can be achieved drug free. Give more credit to your ability to succeed.”

There’s no sense in poisoning yourself because others are doing the same. Be an individual with good morals and a champion will rise. Robert Lagana provides speeches to high schools, places of corporate employment and youth drop-in centres. Bi-Weekly (AA) Anabolics Anonymous meetings are also available, one on one or group meetings. Robert is also available for radio and T.V media discussions about the today’s problem of youth thinking or taking steroids.

You can find more information about drug free bodybuilding and Robert Lagana on-line at http://www.robertlagana.com

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