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Come enjoy a relaxing evening of pampering this Wednesday – October 3, 2012.
Here is a partial list of services that the practitioners will be offering for you to sample at our open house:
See you at our Open House! Stop by and receive discounts on future visits and supplement purchases.
East Bay Natural Medicine
October 3, 2012 – Wednesday
October 17th – 6-8 pm
Join us as we discuss the importance of supporting your immune system through the winter months. Seasonal eating, wellness protocols, home therapies and supplements will be discussed. A Q&A session will help you develop a customized immune supportive plan to address your personal health needs.
We will cover:
RSVP by calling 925-937-3266.
October 17, 2012 – 6-8pm
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and by now the pink themed items for sale have flooded every retail store. Most of us know someone who has been affected by breast cancer. The American Cancer Society projects that 1 in 8 women living in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. Breast cancer is the second leading cancer death in women, preceded by lung cancer.
What can you do to prevent cancer? One way to lower your risk for this disease is to focus on a diet rich in plant based foods. A plant-based diet focuses on vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, these foods traditionally have less fat and more fiber.
You can start off by replacing one or two of your meals with vegetarian options – visit Meatless Mondays for tips and healthy meat-free recipes. There are plenty of sources of protein for those skipping out on meat. Legumes and lentils help balance blood sugar and maintain weight and energy. Organic soy products provide a healthy protein source that can be added to your meal. Whole grains, nuts and vegetables also provide protein in our diet.
Along with skipping meat at 1-2 meals per week, you can also decrease your consumption of processed foods. Eat foods that resemble their forms in nature. The more that something has been altered, the farther it is from being natural and usually more void of nutrients. Attempt to cook from scratch, start with simple meals and you’ll be in control of what enters your body. This article discusses what a healthful diet should look like.
It is an honor to serve the East Bay Community, thank you for your referrals. As always, a free 15 minute consultation is available to new patients who want to know how Naturopathic Medicine can improve their quality of life!
Dr. Jaspreet Mundeir, ND
East Bay Natural Medicine
Dr. Jaspreet Mundeir, ND is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor practicing in the East Bay Area. She is the owner of East Bay Natural Medicine where she focuses on helping patients achieve their optimal health state using homeopathy, hydrotherapy, nutritional supplements, botanical medicine and bio-identical hormones.
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