Food as Medicine ~ Evidence-Based Nutritional Research

by Sandy Pukel

Michael Greger, MD is a licensed general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition as well as an internationally recognized professional speaker on many public health issues, including nutrition, food safety and public health. A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Greger also serves as the Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at The Humane Society of the United States.

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New Holistic Detox and Anti-Aging Hair & Scalp Treatments

Stress, aggressive treatments and an intense daily life put the balance of your body to the test, including your scalp and hair. With their dedication to personal wellbeing and providing their clients healthy experiences, Ka’ton Salon, in Fort Lauderdale, is one of the only salons in the U.S. given the honor to perform all of Oway’s holistic treatments and become a Head Spa.
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Q&A with Gene Baur

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by Sandy Pukel

Gene Baur, the cofounder and president of Farm Sanctuary, has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by TIME magazine. He was a pioneer in undercover investigations and instrumental in passing the first U.S. laws to ban inhumane factory farming practices. Since 1986, he has raised awareness about the abuses of animal agriculture and our cheap food system and encouraged people to live cruelty-free lifestyles.

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Moved by the Spirit

by Dolores Hanley McDiarmid

Moved by the Spirit: A Call to Work with People Living with Blindness and Visual Impairments is an out-of-the-ordinary book where the author shares her extraordinary 35-year journey teaching people in Broward County who are living with blindness and visual impairments. The book has been described as educational, encouraging and spiritual.

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Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep 2nd Anniversary

On September 9, the Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep will celebrate its second anniversary, including participation in the Ocean Conservancy’s 32nd Annual International Coastal Cleanup. Special guests include the Fort Lauderdale Mounted Police along with the NHL Florida Panthers’ mascot, Stanley C. Panther and Bubba Gump Shrimp Company’s mascot, Shrimp Louie.
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Letter from the Publisher

September is the first month of autumn. In the schools this year, I wonder the number of one-use plastic items that will end up in the hands of our children. How do we best deal with plastic waste? Less and less I accept plastic (one-use bags, straws, forks, plates and the like). There are substitute products that I have purchased to use instead. We are a creative lot. Let’s use that power to reduce or eliminate one-use plastic items.
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Staying Young with Kundalini Yoga

by Victoria Danelczyk

Back problems are very common in our society. Many chronic back conditions can be attributed to one or more of the following causes: poor position, soft beds and lack of exercise; restrictive footwear such as high heels; high stress; unhealthy diet; and certain emotional states that are repeated frequently.
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Divinely Touched Seminars Come to Center for Inner Wisdom

Authors Dr. Dave and Mary DiSano will present Proof the Spirit Dimension Exists, based on their book, Divinely Touched: Transform Your Life, at 7:30 pm, on August 15, at Center for Inner Wisdom, in Oakland Park.
Their book describes Mary’s healing journey through the medical, New Age and metaphysical worlds. In their presentation they will discuss Mary’s true life story of living through entity possession that caused her physical and mental illness. Their research proves the existence of NDEs, reincarnation, the spirit dimension, energy healing and its influence on mental and physical health.
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Cannabis as Medicine

by Hepsharat Amadi, M.D.

Cannabis has a long history of medicinal use. As early as 2900 B.C., Emperor Fu of China and many Chinese people of that time used marijuana for medicinal purposes, for example, treating headache and nausea and as an aphrodisiac.

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Reiki for Cancer Patients

by Victoria Danelczyk

At some point in time, the use of alternative therapies has grown remarkably all over the world. But above all, it is striking how it has done so in the West since in many other places these practices of natural medicine have always been used, forming part of even their national health system where they are applied in combination with allopathic medicine (traditional, orthodox or current medicine).
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