Restoring Digestive Health A 2-Part Educational Series
If you have been struggling with health issues such as poor digestion, constipation, food allergies, diarrhea, stress, depression or chronic pain, we may have some answers for you. Please join Registered Dietitian Heather Campbell, MS, RD, and Certified Holistic Health Coach Randy Schwartz, for a two-part educational series on Restoring Digestive Health using whole foods as medicine. Find out why good digestion is the key to health and how whole foods can help the body heal itself. Learn how many health issues are directly related to a digestive system out of balance, and simple, easy ways to take control of your health, to restore balance and feel good again.
This event is FREE and open to the public! No registration required.
Thursday, May 17, 6 - 7:30 Thursday, June 14, 6 - 7:30 Come to one or both.
Grace Episcopal Church, 341 Washington St. T.C.
Health Tours at Oryana
Take a fun tour through the Oryana aisles and discover ways to integrate healthy whole food into a practical lifestyle. You’ll discover foods and supplements to support health as well as ways to save money and eat more locally. We will help you gain the knowledge and confidence you need to make the best choices for your health. See a schedule and descriptions of tours.
Congratulations to Wave Spence, Winner of the Brand New Children's Bike from McClain Cycle & Fitness!
Over 700 Trees Planted
Oryana, in conjuction with the Watershed Center of GT Bay and GT Conservation District planted hundreds of trees along the banks of the Boardman River near Brown Bridge Pond on April 28. Volunteers from all our organizations showed up shovels in hand to plant a variety of trees to help stabilize the river's edge and leave a wonderful legacy for the future. Thanks to all who came out to lend a hand!
Transplants are Coming!
Cold weather transplants such as kale and cabbage from Forest Garden Farm will be here this week! Warm weather transplants such as tomatoes and peppers will come in a couple weeks. Get your garden gloves out!
Grocery Specials This Week
The rhubarb is here! It's from California, with local rhubarb coming soon. Dust off your rhubarb pie, crisp, and sauce recipes. Here is a great rhubarb website with tons of interesting recipes to try.
Celebrate Mother's Day with a Heartfelt Breakfast!
Show mom how much you love her by making her this fun breakfast.
Using a cookie cutter or a knife, cut out a heart shape from the center of a slice of Old Mission Multigrain bread. Spread each side of bread with softened organic butter. Heat a cast iron skillet over medium heat. Saute bread about 2 minutes until it starts to brown.
Lower heat and flip toast. Break a local Nature's Acres or organic egg into the hole. Cover, and cook until egg white turns opaque, about 5 minutes. Flip again, if desired, to cook the yolk, or remove from pan. Transfer to a plate. You can also fry the heart cutout and serve with the egg toast. Here's to you mom!
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Quote of the Week
"In the long view, no nation is healthier than its children, or more prosperous than its farmers."
~Harry S. Truman
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Breads at Oryana
Old Mission Multigrain
Stone House Bread