Local chef and natural food advocate Karen Gay will be bringing a film series on natural health to our area. The films will be shown at The Local, 21229 South Bayside Road, Cheriton
and admission is Free.
Purpose: To exchange information on how we can help ourselves, our children, and our towns become healthier through traditional foods and remedies. To develop a supportive community applying holistic wisdom from across the ages. Sponsored by the Eastern Shore of Virginia Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter.
Nutrient-dense food provided: Bone broth, sourdough bread and butter from healthy cows, sauerkraut and healthy treats.
What: Sweet Suicide: How Sugar is Destroying the Health of our Society
When: Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017 at 3:00 pm
How serious is Dr. Nancy Appleton that sugar kills? You’d think she’d stop at the book, Suicide by Sugar, but this companion movie produced for the Price-Pottenger Nutritional Foundation would seem like overkill…until you experience the stories of real sugar addicts. Will you identify with the man needing many candy bars who shopped in multiple stores to prevent awful stares? Nearly all the subjects displayed symptoms of excessive sugar consumption, but some did get better, losing weight and feeling better. And there is even a recipe in this DVD to leaven the warning in this video.
What: Gut Reaction
When: Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at 6:30pm
According to the revealing insights presented in this documentary, the key to disease prevention may lie in how we chose to nourish the bacteria that resides in our intestines. For many years, science regarded bacteria in much the same way as the public at large. Bacteria were viewed as nasty and threatening parasitic life forms that must be avoided and protected against at all costs. Just a few short years ago, however, modern technologies allowed us a peek into the inner workings of the microbial world like never before.
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For Questions Call: Karen Gay 240-393-5625