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The Natural Healthy Concepts Retail Store offers a wide variety of supplements, vitamins, herbs, homeopathics, natural skin care products & natural pet care.
Address: 310 N Westhill Blvd, Appleton, WI 54914
Store Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 7:00PM, Saturday 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Free May Speaker
A Great Way to Get in Shape!
Thursday, May 1st @ 5:30PM
Riann Kreiling, Certified Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer and Nutritionist will share valuable information on how you can easily get in shape! She will cover the optimal intake of carbs, proteins and fats for weight management/sports performance, pre/post workout nutrition, tips on proper hydration, sport supplementation and practical daily nutrition & supplementation.
Huge Milwaukee Brewers Giveaway!
Winner Announced Thursday, May 10th
Come to Natural Healthy Concepts, wearing your Brewers pride, sometime before May 10th. Enter your name for your chance to win our huge Milwaukee Brewers Giveaway! The winner will receive 2 Brewers game tickets for the May 27th home game @ 7:10. Plus, a brand new Smokey Joe grill, grilling utensils, a Brewers hat, blanket, 24-pack collapsible cooler and a set of 4 pint glasses! Our winner will be announced May 10th!
Saturday, April 26th 9AM - 4PM
Master Herbologist, Dorothy Benes, will be at the store giving 30-45 minute ear candling sessions. Cost is $25 including the ear candles. Call 920.968.2350 or stop in to register. Ear candling sessions are held the fourth Saturday of every month.
While most products on the website are available in our retail store, not all of them are. Local customers are welcome to place an order online and enter "Customer Pickup" in the order instructions if they wish to stop in and pick up their pre-placed order. Free shipping everyday is an attractive option too, for the delivery of your order right to your door.
Local customers do enjoy sampling the testers for most of the natural and organic skin care products and cosmetics we sell in the retail store. It is nice to be able to "try" before you buy, isn't it?