Trimming your waistline and your carbon footprint

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Studies show that moderate exercise (walking) on a regular basis (20 minutes or more 4 to 5 times a week) is the best remedy for the middle age spread. So many people immediately think, “I am so busy, how do I fit it in?” One way of doing this would be to clean up your …

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Register for “Breaking up with Sugar”

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Please join me November 4 at 7:30pm at Center Point Healing for a 1-hour workshop on changing your relationship to Sugar.  Includes the health impact of sugar; why it’s so addictive; alternative sweeteners and other strategies to cut the sugar and curb your cravings. $25 – at the time of workshop [contact-form][contact-field label=’Name’ type=’name’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’Email’ type=’email’ …

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Sugar Overload?

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It’s not quite Halloween, but grocery store shelves have been exploding with bags and bags of candy since the first day of school. Avoiding candy might be easy for you – but throughout our days we are constantly invited to add sweet treats. Starting with the sugar-laden morning drinks offered at your favorite cafe – or the …

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New Office!

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Center Point healing, where I have been seeing clients for the past 2 years, has just moved from Hyattsville to College Park! We are now located at 7309 Baltimore Avenue, Suite 119, College Park, Maryland 20740. The new space is much larger and will accommodate more practitioners offering acupuncture, Chinese herbs, massage and nutrition counseling, AND …

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Oh, the places my food has been!

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It’s always surprising to see the places my foods have been! If only plants could write their history…   This winter, when I shopped for some of my kitchen staples, I paid attention to how far food travels to get to my kitchen. The lemons, garlic, mushrooms, avocado, carrots, celery, canned tomatoes, and assorted frozen …

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