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We All Can Use Some Hand-Holding

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Most of us have really good intentions for our health.  We get that we should eat more carefully, move more, be more mindful.  Actually being able to make that happen is another thing altogether.  And what happens when you find yourself with a new diagnosis–labwork shows that you have insulin resistance, or high cholesterol, or an autoimmune condition?  Suddenly that […]

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February Updates

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The midpoint of winter is behind us, and the difference in the daylight is noticeable. Yeah, it’s still cold but that’s what winter is about, right?  Let’s focus on taking care of ourselves, starting up (or perfecting) those New Year’s aspirations, and enjoying the outdoors as much as we can. Here’s what’s new for February at MIB: 4 Week Nutrition […]

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Don’t Let the Chill Get You Down!

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Ok, I’m spending a snow day writing this…..and although it’s beautiful, I’m not looking forward to the single digit and below-zero wind chills that will arrive after this snow! But don’t let the snow get you down.  It’s still a good time to make plans for a healthier year.  (Yeah, I know you made New Year’s resolutions, but it’s into […]

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Calling All Helpers and Seekers

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First, The Helpers I attended a really interesting program this past week at Del Val, sponsored by the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, about food insecurity and social justice.  Did you know that there are at least 65,000 people in our county who are not assured their next meal?  1/3 of them are kids.  1/4 of them are seniors.  Many actually […]

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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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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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