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Gainesville, VA.  What does your blood say about you?  Find out during a series of free lectures and nutritional assessments at The Marque at Heritage Hunt, an Active Adult, rental apartment community in Gainesville, Virginia.  On January 23 and 24, The Marque will host noted lecturer and researcher Ted Aloisio, author of “Blood Never Lies.”

 Aliosio, Director of Veritas Health Institute in Toronto, Canada, is renowned for his use of live cell microscopy to get a picture of health.  On Friday, January 23rd from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Mr. Aloisio will conduct nutritional assessments in The Heritage Lounge at The Marque at Heritage Hunt.  Then at 7:30 p.m., Mr. Aloisio will present his lecture, “Do You Know What Is In Your Blood? Vitamins and Nutritional Deficiencies”.

 On Saturday, January 24th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., The Marque will host a coffee with Mr. Aloisio who will sign his books, "Blood Never Lies” and “Blood Never Lies 2” in The Marque’s Cafe.  From 10:00 to noon on Saturday, Mr. Aloisio will repeat the lecture and conduct nutritional assessments in the afternoon.  All events are free and open to members of the general public interested in wellness.

The lectures and coffee are free; the cost of a nutritional assessment is $50.00 and by appointment. For more information, please contact Linda Kurtz, Director of Marketing for The Marque at Heritage Hunt, at 540-327-3083, or email [email protected].

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About The Marque at Heritage Hunt

The Marque at Heritage Hunt is located just off I-66 and Route 29 at 13550 Heathcote Boulevard in growing western Prince William County just across the county lines from Fairfax, Fauquier and Loudoun Counties.  Residents enjoy an array of amenities ranging from a fitness and health center to a vegetable garden to a full complement of in-house and a` la carte services. The community offers short and long term leases.   For more information on The Marque, please call 703-754-7711, or visit their website at


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