Friday, March 25, 2011

Naturalist author and lecturer Bob McCauley at the Chicago French Market April 9

RAW. is hosting Bob McCauley, CNC, MH—naturalist author and lecturer—1 p.m. Saturday, April 9 at the Chicago French Market (
131 N. Clinton St. Chicago; (312) 575-0306). McCauley will lecture on ‘The Seven Components of Great Health—How I differ from the Rest of the Raw Food Community’. The event is no cost.

About Bob McCauley, CNC, MH
McCauley pursues health in the most natural way possible, considering himself to be a naturalist. Currently studying to become a Naturopathic Doctor, McCauley is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Master Herbalist—often offering lectures and seminars.

McCauley is the author of Confessions of a Body Builder, Achieving Great Health, The Miraculous Properties of Ionized Water and Honoring the Temple of God. His new book, People Won’t Listen to me—If They Did, They’d be Healthy is due out in 2012.

About RAW.
RAW. offers a variety of items made on-site at the Chicago French Market—featuring a menu highlighting all organic ingredients including: fresh salads, pizza, pastas, super food smoothies, sunflower sprouts, vitamins, wheat grass shots, coconut water, rejuvelac, muffins and granola (with a focus on nut-free).

RAW. founders, Carole Jones and Polly Gaza, are savvy foodies noting the importance to consume an organic, raw vegan diet—enjoying food in its natural state. For more information about RAW., call (312) 831-2729.

About Chicago French Market
Chicago French Market is a European-inspired market offering an array of local produce, meats, seafood, breads, pastries, cheese, wine, chocolates, pastas, artisan-made goods, specialty drinks, flowers, prepared meals and a seating area for customers. Chicago French Market’s diverse group of local vendors stay open year-round, six days per week, and is located within the new MetraMarket development at 131 N. Clinton St. (between Washington and Randolph Streets). Chicago French Market offers complimentary garage parking with entrances at 164 N. Canal St. and 165 N. Clinton St. for one hour or less with a minimum purchase of $20 or more (receipt required).
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