Properly targeted dietary therapy as a primary intervention can have a tremendous impact on patients, often to the point of complete symptom remission. Dietary intervention improves outcomes and quality of life and can save thousands of dollars by addressing the underlying cause of symptom production often triggered by a sensitivity to certain foods.

Do you know the difference between a Food Sensitivity, Food Allergy and Food Intolerance?

Boston Vegetarian Food Festival

September 29th, 2011 by

Plan to go to this free Event in Boston, MA

Vegetarian Cooking Demonstrations, Speakers, and Food Samples.

Boston Vegetarian Food Festival.

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Farm Brunch in Buzzards Bay MA – October 8th

September 21st, 2011 by

Please join Southeastern Massachusetts Dietetic Association and Cape Cod and the Islands Dietetic Association at one long table amidst the beautiful farm of organic vegetables at Bay End Farm. You will be sitting anywhere from just a few feet to a few miles from where your brunch will be sourced and only yards from where it will be prepared by Chef Bernard Kinsella!

Time: 10 am Farm Tour ,10:30 am Farm Brunch, 11 am Organic Farming Talk (2 CEU’s for Dietitians)

Seating: One communal table – 40 seats – All together under the sky – Rain or Shine

Where: 200 Bournedale Road, Buzzards Bay, MA

Cost: $40 for non ADA (American Dietetic association) members/$25 ADA Members Bring your own colorful plate

Contact: Nicole Cormier  Nicole@DeliciousLivingNutrition.com

Register by September 29th: Please make check out to SEMDA include your Name,email. phone# and if ADA Member please provide your member #.

Send Check to: SEMDA  P.O. Box 1493, Middleboro, MA 02346

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Diet and Stress: Is What Your Eating, Eating you?- East Sandwich, MA

February 17th, 2011 by

Can a faulty diet increase stress, irritability, and risk for depression? How do diet and lifestyle affect immune function and stress body system activity? Learn the latest from science on how to cope with stress and lower your stress proneness, while decreasing your disease risk and increasing your energy! Discover why making simple lifestyle changes can have a dramatic effect on your ability to deal with life’s daily stressors. Learn how to lower stress — one bite at a time!

4 Week Seminar – Tuesdays- March 22nd,29th, April 5th, 12th-  2011

Location: 480 Rte 6A,  East Sandwich, MA

Limited Space.

To sign up or more info – call 508-274-8222 or email: amyrose@leapintowellness.com

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Not Natural for Blood Pressure to go up as we age

February 16th, 2011 by

Did you know it is not natural for blood pressure to go up as we age?- That is not the American way– By 50 years of age our chance of having high blood pressure is around 60% and by the time we are 70 years of age it is more than 80%.  With the extra salt comes vascular problems that can affect the heart, minds,eyes and ears.  Our western diet contributes 10 – 15% more salt than the body really needs.

Many times people will tell me they don’t cook with salt but most of the salt that Americans are consuming is coming from processed foods.

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Oprah and Staff Go Vegan — eating all plant based foods

February 1st, 2011 by

Click on link below to see the Oprah Going Vegan- Way to Go Oprah! Will you take the Oprah challenge if not a week how about a few days?

http://www.oprah.com/showinfo/Oprah-and-378-Staffers-Go-Vegan-The-One-Week-Challenge

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Heart Disease reduced by increasing plant based foods

February 1st, 2011 by

Heart disease doesn’t just happen because we get people get older. We are born with clean, flexible arteries. It is now documented that narrowing of arteries can be found in children ages 3 to 4 years old. By the time we reach 50 -60 years of age our arteries are 50 – 70% clogged.  Out of all the countries in the world 17% don’t have problems with heart disease.

In Japan in 1960′s heart disease was so rare that the  University of Tokyo Medical school had to import coronary arteries from North America to show medical students what killed every second person in the United States.  During World War II as the war progressed some  Europeans were forced to change their diets from meat, eggs, and dairy products  to beans(legumes), vegetables, grains, and potatoes and we saw a huge decrease of many diseases.

Increasing plant-based foods meals can help dramatically reduce your risk of heart disease.

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