Gratitude Day

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Sure, most people call it “Thanksgiving Day”, but I think I’d rather call it “Gratitude Day”.  The other term has too many associations with excess food and football; this year, I’d like to focus on true gratitude and appreciation.  Remember, the holiday is about recalling that big dinner held by a band of white Europeans who were giving thanks to […]

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Gluten Summit

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I just wanted to alert you to an exciting, free web-based summit on gluten-related disorders, health and nutrition that will be happening Nov 11-17, 2013. 

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Food Group this Week!

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Just a quick note about food group this week: Usually, I say come on by, no big deal, last minute decision is just fine.  However, we’re doing a “hands on” night this month, so I thought you’d want to prepare.  Our topic is fermented foods and drinks…and we’ll be making some!

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Fall Detox and more…..

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Hasn’t the weather been lovely?  Nothing better than sleeping with the windows open on these cool nights.  As the weather shifts, it feels more and more appropriate to be doing our metabolic liver detox.  “Fall cleaning” for our bodies as the seasons change…..this is just a reminder that we start this Friday 9/20/13.

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Book Reports

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In the spirit of school re-opening, I’d like to tell you about a few new books I’ve read.  The first are for your health, the last is for fun (which is also for your health!).

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Pull Out Your Calendar, Time to Make Plans!

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As you rush to get just a bit more summer in, and your kids off to college, and the littler ones back to school, take a minute to plan some things for yourself!  Surely you deserve it. Mindful Eating Workshop

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How Cool is This? Welcome Patti McDougall!

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Those who know me well likely think of me as independent, single minded….ok, let’s say it:  a control freak.  But guess what I’m doing?  I’ve hired an RN health coach to help me educate, spread the word and make health care more affordable for everyone!

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Growing up and accepting

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Do you remember your first love?  I sure do.  I was 15, he was 17—he worked for my dad. He was tall and awkward and everything a first love should be.  He wrote me poetry that was actually good.  We spent summer evenings on a hill overlooking a polo field, watching the fireflies.  He was grateful that I loved him.

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