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Care for your health LUCKY DRAW

Jan 30, 2018 | Blog

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Stand a chance to win a life changing opportunity.

This Lucky Draw is only open to registered Phela Wellness members.
The closing date for this Lucky Draw is the 16 March 2018.

If you have arrived at this page from clicking the link on the March 2018 newsletter you have automatically been entered into the Lucky Draw to win the free online WHOLESOME NUTRITION PROGRAMME!

This 12 step programme takes an easy to apply and practical educational approach, empowering you to make the right choice on how to best care for your and your family’s wellbeing. It even takes your genetics into consideration.

Interested? Click here to access detailed information about the course.

If you do not want to wait for the lucky draw results, you may want to purchase the course or the book – then, if you win, we will refund you. Now that’s a deal!

If you are reading this after the 16 March 2018, sorry the LUCKY DRAW has already taken place.

But the course and the book are still available for you to buy – don’t hesitate, it will be a life enriching purchase.

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