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Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 11:33 AM

On Sunday, February 17 from 3-5 PM, I will be hosting a seminar on nutritional supplements. With February being heart health month, all proceeds will be donated to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. In this presentation, you will learn:

- What is the difference between a $20 supplement and a $50 supplement?
- How to evaluate the quality of different supplements
- When supplements are beneficial and when they aren't
- How to evaluate your requirement for different nutrients
- Which supplements work for fat loss?
- What are medical foods, and why they might be the most powerful supplements you can take?
- Drug-nutrient interactions.

Want to know if the supplements that you're taking are any good? Bring them to this seminar, and get them analyzed live in front of the whole group.

Due to space limitations, this seminar is limited to only the first 15 people to register. There are 11 spots remaining.

Date: Sunday, February 17, 3-5PM.

Location: 500 Denison St., Markham (main intersection is Woodbine and Denison)

Cost: $10. All proceeds will be donated to the Heart and Stroke Foundation

If you'd like to come, please let me know.

About me:

Igor Klibanov was selected as one of Toronto's top 5 personal trainers by the Metro News newspaper, and is the author of a book titled "Unlimited Progress: How You Can Unlock Your Body's Potential."

He has trained well-known TV personalities, busy CEOs, and people from all walks of life.

Now, he heads one of Toronto's premier personal training companies, Fitness Solutions Plus, which prides itself on combining targeted exercise, nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle recommendations to attain results more effectively and more quickly than what is common in the industry.

Here is an example of a short talk I gave:

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• Location: 500 Denison St., Markham, ON, Toronto

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