Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays (Pacific Time)
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"Tuesday's Yoga to Reboot, Recharge & Refresh" 12:30PM (Pacific Time)
"Thursday's Yoga Therapy for Health and Joy " 10AM (Pacific Time)
"Sunday's Self-Care Yoga" 10AM (Pacific Time)
🌹 Class contributions are on sliding scale. Each and every
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Fruit and fruit juice digests very quickly and are best eaten 2 hours after a meal or 30 minutes before. The morning is an excellent time to eat your fruit. Enjoy eating a single whole fresh fruit or make a seasonal fresh salad. Choose a variety of colors and textures of what is fresh at the farmer’s markets and in your garden.
Grains, grain products, bean dishes, and vegetables take longer to digest and provide longer sustaining energy and combine easily.
As much as we like granola, Read more...
"5G" is one of the most globally-searched terms over the past year, even over the past 5 years -- there has been an incredible increase in awareness and interest about 5G wireless technology.
There's a rapidly growing debate around the safety of 5G and wireless radiation, with thousands of studies showing evidence of harmful biological effects. But, the industrial-telecom-government complex is rubber-stamping permits to deploy thousands of new 5G satellites and millions of small Read more...
The Environmental Working Group has confirmed the presence of the toxic fluorinated compounds known as PFAS at almost 100 new sites. As of July 2019, at least 712 sites in 49 states are known to be contaminated.
Many of the new PFAS detections, obtained by EWG through searching an Air Force database, reported PFAS levels greater than 100,000 parts per trillion.
The new detections have been added to an interactive map developed by EWG and the Social Science Environmental Health Read more...
For many doctors, food remains a medical mystery. That’s a major problem given the fact that poor diet quality has surpassed smoking to become the leading risk factor for death and disability in the US. In fact, according to Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, 70% of US deaths are believed to be linked to chronic diseases related to diet and lifestyle.
The lack of nutrition education in medical school is why doctors don’t know much about it, even if they’d like to. We, as patients, Read more...