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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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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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New 21 Day Fall Reset

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For years now I’ve been offering a 10-day metabolic liver detoxification each spring and fall, consisting of a partial elimination diet plus a liver-supporting medical food.  A group of us starts up around the same time, and stay in touch via email each day to lend support, answer questions and give each other ideas. This year, I’m really feeling the […]

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See, I’ve been leaving you alone!

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I knew it’s been a long time since my last blog post, but just realized tonight that it’s been 6 months!  Ok, so for some of you that’s a good thing, but I really didn’t mean it to be quite so long. Stuff to talk about: Food group Group acupuncture Listening retreat Schedule change for yoga on Wednesdays video project […]

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Leap Year

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I got curious about the whole “leap year” thing and did some searching:  I knew it was to make up for the fact that we don’t use a lunar calendar and therefore would get progressively off-sync as time goes on.  The Gregorian calendar that we use is set to keep Easter close to the Spring Equinox (that’s all about Christianity […]

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A Few of My Favorite Things

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It’s not uncommon for folks to check in with me when they’re searching for the best source of local food, a healthy toothpaste, you name it.  So, I’ve decided that perhaps I should simply start a list and share with you.  (It’ll also help me to update the resource page on the website!).  Please feel free to add your comments […]

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My Favorite Month / Don’t be “Pinked”

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October is arguably my favorite month of the year.  Hot and muggy is gone, colors become vibrant again outside, and usually my energy soars.  However, it’s also the month of *pink*.  I’m so sick of it, and sick of what actually happens when we perpetuate this pink stuff. Initially, pink was used to “raise awareness” of breast cancer.  Well, that’s […]

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