Building a Better Gut, Solstice, News….

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How To Build A Better Microbiome There is a lot of noise out there about specific strains of bacteria and their pros and cons, with the implication being that in order to heal one condition you need to focus on one kind and to heal another condition you need to focus on a different one. Frankly, we can’t really say […]

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Food is Medicine

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Happy Beltane!  (That’s the day midway between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice.  Info here) As things green-up and markets start to fill with more than just root veggies and greenhouse greens, I even find more fun stuff on our walks.  My training with David Winston has taught me to keep an eye out for all the various food […]

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Quick Reminders

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Just a few quick reminders….. The Spring Liver Detox / Reset is upon us!  If you were thinking of joining but didn’t tell us in time, it’s fine to join late.  Just call the office to get onboard (215-741-1600)   The office will be closed Wednesday, March 8th, in support of “A Day Without Women”.  Here’s more info about this […]

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Spring is Around the Corner!

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I hope you don’t think I’m being overly optimistic here…..but winter is the time to plan for spring renewal.  This spring we’ll be doing a 3 week long Renewal/Liver Detox, as we did last fall.  It seemed appropriate to let you know the details now so you’ll have time to plan, if you’re joining us. It works like this:  participants […]

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Plan now for the New Year

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Yes, I know it’s a busy week for everyone, but I wanted to put a few ideas out there so you can start planning ahead.  Since folks tend to make resolutions for the New Year, following are a few things that might help you out: Guided Lifestyle Change:  Eat better, move more, get some data This winter, we’re very happy […]

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“A World Without Cancer”

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I’m happy to announce that I was asked to participate in a documentary called “A World Without Cancer”, which is airing currently on WHYY.  Margaret I. Cuomo, M.D., a national advocate for the prevention of cancer, heart disease and diabetes, put this program together.  The show discusses the 10 actionable lifestyle changes that individuals can do every day to lower the […]

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Go Vote!

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This will be my shortest blog ever! Our Food Group potluck, regularly scheduled for Tuesday 11/8, is cancelled.  I want everyone to have plenty of time to get to the polls, and I sure don’t want you to have to decide between voting and cooking for our group. See you next month, December 13th, when we’ll talk about eating to […]

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Fall

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It’s cool enough in the mornings now that I sometimes need a jacket when I’m walking….and I’ve been taking a light with me for quite awhile now.  Harder to see the deer and foxes as they make their way around the neighborhood, but the dogs always let me know when they’re around.  Big acorns hitting the wooden deck can sound […]

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