Local health experts
Published 04/09/2013 | 05:22
Wicklow's health experts are set to showcase at Ireland's National Health Event - 'Your Health 2013.'
The event taking place this September in the RDS features seminars, information, workshops and a selection of exhibition stands.
Among the Wicklow exhibitors are Ocean Remedies Ltd, an Ashford based business which by using the finest ingredients creates high quality remedies for their customers.
The Happy Pear is a natural food market in Greystones specialising in organic and non-organic produce, as well as world class juice and smoothies.
With experience across Europe, Korea and China, Nutri Centric located in Enniskerry has learned that what we eat and do has a huge effect on our health.
Based in Bray, Atlantic Aromatics is committed to providing aromatherapy oils and pure essential oils of the finest quality at a great price. Yorktest is run by Sonja Waters and based in Bray. They are passionate about providing you with specific, useful information and help that can be applied to improve the way you feel in relation to food intolerance.
Wicklow town's Healthy Habits Raw Food Café and Store not only do they focus on natural health products, they also piece together holiday retreats for those looking for a holiday with a difference.
Located in Greystones, ASEA is the world's only source for replenishing Redox Signaling molecules.
The Natural Medicine Company based in Burgage is involved in all logistics concerning the importing of top quality health products and getting them to stores around the country.
Located at stand 66 and based in Blessington, Green Valu aims to support people interested in taking responsibility for their own health through understanding the health benefits of juicing and also sprouting along with exercise and a good diet.
Your HEalth Show runs on Saturday, September 14, and Sunday, September 15.
Statistics released on Thursday, August 29 revealed that up to 3,000 jobs were being generated nationwide every month; between June 2012 and June 2013, 34,000 new jobs were created across the country.
This has led to the employment of some 33,800 people over the same time period.