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What fuels your life force? We all want to be happy and healthy. But our culture, filled with junk food and stress, collides with our biology, too often triggering wight gain and health issues. Join us for an honest exploration of the science and the art of living well in our modern world, with Annie Kay, dietitian/integrative lifestyle educator, yoga therapist, and author.

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“You have made such a difference in my life – your integrity, your professionalism, your joy and commitment, and on and on!”
– Beth F

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“Definitely not just another diet book. This one uses the tenets of yoga to explore the journey of life change rather than endure another diet with lists of foods to eat and avoid.”
– Jill W, RD

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Newsletter“Thank you for a truly great program – a life-changing experience! And for your help in setting up a plan for a better life as well as better nutrition.”
– Barbara R

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Dietary Guidelines 2015 scientific comment

The full true story of human nutrition is not yet told by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. But it’s a start. The Scientific Report for the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) is out, and it’s time for all nutritionists and foodie/activitists to dive in and weigh in. You have until early April to submit your comments.

Ashwagandha sesame oil

Ashwagandha is a root used in a number of Ayurvedic preparations. It’s a little famous for its aphrodisiac properties, but it is also calming and strengthening (ashwagandha means horse-smell in Sanskrit, after the musky scent of the root itself). Vata-pacifying, it is great for both my husband and I as we enter our hopefully wise Vata years of life.

Winter root & white bean soup

If you are shaking off the sugar bacchanal that set in around Halloween and crested in the Hana-Kwana-Christmas-to-New Year celebration (wasn’t that fun?!), here is one more warming, grounding soup to help you remember how it feels to be simply nourished by food again.