The Healing Powers of Food // Vegan Panel Saturday, May 11, 2019 1:00 PM 3:00 PM Lincoln Belmont Public Library (map) A PANEL OF EXPERTS FROM THE MEDICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND NUTRITIONAL PROFESSIONS, MODERATED BY DR. CONNIE JOHNSTON Join us for an engaging panel discussion – plus tour the National Vegetarian Museum on display at the library! There […]
Ah the “holidays” are just around the corner (yes, let’s all take a breath and prepare ourselves.) Will this year be the typical 6-week food frenzy beginning on Thanksgiving Day and lasting until January 1st, or will it be the year where you adjust your diet and lifestyle emerging a healthier you in the New […]
The third annual Physician’s conference on nutrition was held in Chicago at The Chopping Block, located in the Merchandise Mart, on June 3rd, 2018. This unique venue is the only conference of it’s type; not only in the Chicago area but most likely in the United States as well! Attendees came from 9 states to […]
This exhibit invites visitors to explore the roots of Vegetarianism’s past and present, discovering the historical depth of the vegetarian movement and the vitality of today’s vegan community. Plus, the one hour lecture and discussion will help you gain a historical perspective of dietary changes in the U.S. and around the globe over the past […]
If you are on a plant based diet or moving toward one, you are undoubetedly wondering what to use in place of eggs. Look no further becasue the liquid from a box, can or from cooking your own garbanzo beans (chick peas) or great northern beans works just as well. Here’s an article that shows […]
Next month PBS will be showing the new documentary, Eating you Alive, about the affects of today’s food choices and reversing illness. Here’s a link to the trailer. I’m sure many visitors to my website will want to view it. I’ll keep you posted on viewing times and dates.
Wednesday night, July 13th at 6:00; Grab a drink, a snack or dinner and enjoy meeting others with similar interests. Learn more about the changes in our diet over the last 100 years, the resulting epidemic of chronic illnesses including heart disease, diabetes and hypertension and how the power of nutrition can reverse this trend! […]
I was recently wrote an article on whole food healthful snacks for Cafe Quill, a website for office workers. I thought I would share the link with my readers and members because easy to make healthful snacks are important whether you are working at your desk, at a picnic or just want to curb your […]
Attendees at class at United Health Systems this past week experienced the taste and the beauty of whole plant based foods. The group was deliciously surprised! Pictured here is Sally Berzinsky, Director of Dietetics, with a pan of slow roasted peppers, kalamata olives and capers, just out of the oven.
I first met Joan and her husband at our meet up in Grayslake IL last summer. It was a lovely outdoor pot luck dinner and Joan brought the fruit basket that she is pictured with here. She and her husband had recently returned from Dr. Esselstyn’s workshop and are following the dietary guidelines for […]