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?

Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) Information Events!

February 23rd, 2015 by

Leap Into Wellness is happy and excited to announce that there will be information session coming up very soon for the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) in the Falmouth, MA area!

We are going to have 4 information sessions in February in the North Falmouth Congressional Church as well as in the Gus Canty Recreation Center. Please, come over to find out information on the program that helps you prevent, arrest, and even reverse chronic disease!

CHIP can help you with:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • Fasting Blood Sugar
  • BMI
  • Sleep, recilience and depression.

Complete Health Imrpovement Program - CHIP

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Kids Cooking Class Veggication – October 27, 2014

October 2nd, 2014 by


Kids Cooking Class Veggication

Leap Into Wellness and the North Falmouth Congregational Church are proud to present the Veggiecation® Cooking Program to area families! Join Amy Rose Sager, Registered Dietitian and Certified Veggiecation® instructor, for a scrumptios series where kids will prepare easy, tasty plant-based recipes. This cooking class series follows Veggiecation®’s signature formula where kids are presented with a simple nutrition lesson as they learn to cook.

Series is $85 per child for all 4 classes. Space is limited!


Class information


Mondays 5:30 – 6:30PM, October 27th – November 17th


North Falmouth Congregational Church,
155 Old Main Rd,
North Falmouth, MA


$85 per child for all 4 classes


Call 508-274-8222

For more information, check out the brochures below:

Veggiecation Cooking Class Brochure

Veggiecation Cooking Class Brochure


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Plant-Based Cooking Class Series

December 17th, 2013 by

Plant-Based Gluten Free Cooking Class Series


Kick-off a healthy 2014 by joining Registered Dietitian Amy Rose at Idgy’s in South Yarmouth! 


The Plant-Based Gluten Free Cooking Series includes four 2-hour cooking classes with a Registered Dietitian incorporating plant-based cookery and nutrition.

•Learn to cook EASY, healthy, delicious and seasonal plant-based dishes.

•Discover simple and effective ways to incorporate healthy eating into your busy life.

•Enjoy samples from live food demonstrations.


Moving toward a more plant-based diet and adding healthy meat alternatives (tempeh, edamame beans, tofu, to name a few) has been proven to drastically improve your health.


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Cooking classes will be held on Thursdays at 6:30 from January 30th-February 27th **(excluding February 20th) at Idgy’s Gluten-Free Dining

Idgy’s Gluten-Free Dining
23 Whites Path (Union Station Plaza)
South Yarmouth, MA 02664

Tickets can be purchased online at

Give the gift of health this holiday season and purchase a gift certificate!

Contact Amy Rose at 508-274-8222 or email for details. 

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Healthy and Heavenly Waffles

December 9th, 2013 by

Say good morning to a quick, heavenly, and healthy breakfast- WAFFLES! Seriously, the smell of waffles in the morning is the best alarm clock in the world and nothing warms up a chilly morning like a crisp fluffy waffle. These waffles are SO easy to prepare, coming together in about 30 minutes and requiring a minimal amount of equipment. Plus, they’re extremely customizable.

I’ve been enjoying mine in the morning with fruit on top and drizzled in little pure maple syrup. Sometimes I’ll add a few nuts on the side to make a fiber filled breakfast, and for a little holiday kick I’ll sprinkle some cinnamon in nutmeg into the batter.

These waffles freeze well, so they’re the perfect quick healthy breakfast option to grab, toast, eat and go. I also love that they’re special enough for a lazy weekend meal and simple enough for rushed weekday mornings. What more could you ask for from a waffle? Not much, I think. Enjoy!



¼ – ½  cup pecans

1 cup soy milk (rice milk, almond milk or milk of choice)

1 1/2 cup water

2 cups rolled oats

2 tbsp. honey (agave nectar, maple syrup or other sweetener of choice)

¾  tsp. sea salt

2 tsp vanilla

optional: add 2 tbsp hulled sesame seeds

You have to eye the consistency don’t want to thick or too runny.  I sometimes add more oats and more water and sometimes more soymilk.

Drop onto waffle iron according to directions


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