You’ve been to the doctor and had a full work up of tests. The doctor writes you a prescription for “the little purple pill” or something along those lines. Problem solved, Right? Wrong! The symptoms seem better for a little while and then the pain and discomfort return.
November 27: Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5K run/walk, 8 a.m., hilly north campus of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Race coordinator Ron Suffolk says “the streets of north campus feeeeel like up-north-Michigan. (If you have a vivid imagination).” $20 pre-race, $25 day of and day before. Food and clothing drive benefits Active Faith and the Food Gatherers. Dogs welcome! T-shirts! Fun! Endorsed by the Governor’s Council of Physical Fitness, Health and Sports – lottery for the Mackinac Bridge Labor Day run.
REFRAME your thoughts and actions to bring best results. Take responsibility for incorporating the steps that can bring relief. Looking at your condition holistically means addressing the many components to your well-being. All must be addressed in order to achieve a balanced state of health and a more pain-free existence. These areas include changing your thinking, exploring many different forms of healing, looking at food as medicine, and taking action to remove stress. Put together, they are the foundation of a strong body.
Now, let’s look at a few simple herbs that nourish our well-being and promote breast health. Some practical guidance on no-hassle nutrisystem promo. When I say simple herbs, I mean herbs that are abundant and that grow in “our own backyard.” Herbs that are plentiful, easy to grow and cultivate. Herbs that are prepared for use with ease and simplicity. Herbs that nourish our whole bodies while tending to the health of our breasts and whole beings. Here are just a few. . .
Saturday, consider a road trip at Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival in Thompson. Tab abenoit will be there as well as Anson Funderburgh, Randall Bramblett, an The Crosstie Walkers.
You can also buy raw food from local farmers through a program called a CSA. CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” When you join a CSA, you will receive a box of fresh produce each week from local farmers. Local CSA’s in the San Francisco/Berkley area include: Eatwell Farm, Mariquita Farm, Farm Fresh To You, and Riverdog Farm. To find a CSA near you, visit Local Harvest’s website.
Cayce added that not eating local food was the root cause of allergies! When i first heard that, it made perfect sense — what better way to cope with environmental factors than to eat the food grown in that environment?
Sunday, The Atlanta Blues Society is at Nik’s Place in Marietta with Mary Raindrop as musical guest. Tony Bryant is at Fat Matt’s and Uncle Sugar is at Northside Tavern. Two Urban Licks has the Badass Blues & Brunch with Bob Page.local, travel, nutrition, health and fitness, alternative, health, fitness & exercise, fertility & pregnancy, drugs & medications, diseases & conditions, dieting & weight loss, alternative medicine, pain management