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Nutrition Talk / Re: Diet remedies for GERD
« Last post by jeanp280 on October 16, 2014, 04:50:00 PM »
Wow, great lead, thanks Jodie! I'll check it out.
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Goods & Services / Re: Looking for a Nutrition Consultant in the Boston Area
« Last post by Marlina E on October 16, 2014, 04:43:47 PM »
Follow up: We fixed this issue so it should no longer be a problem!
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Nutrition Talk / Re: Diet remedies for GERD
« Last post by jodi f. on October 16, 2014, 03:03:33 PM »
Chris Kresser has a free e-book that addresses this topic. I just saw it and haven't yet looked at it, but it's probably worth checking out: http://my.chriskresser.com/ebook/heartburn-gerd/
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The Associate Chef and Teen Program Administrator ensures the smooth running of the Ceres Teen Program and Sebastopol kitchen operations by working collaboratively with members of the Meals Program Team and with the Teen Program/Garden Program Manager.

The Associate Chef and Teen Program Administrator works regularly as a Lead Chef in the Ceres Sebastopol kitchen; handles all the administrative tasks of the Teen Program; schedules the Ceres’ teens; manages the morning adult volunteer shifts in the kitchen; and performs other duties to support the smooth running of the Teen Program, the kitchen and the delivery of meals. The Associate Chef and Teen Program Administrator will step in for both the Executive Chef and Kitchen Manager when either is on vacation or away.

This position assists with the Teen Education Program including occasional scheduling of client and other visits, and leading some of the daily ½ hour teen circles.

This is a full-time position with some evenings and weekend times.

Please visit our website to view a full job description, qualifications and application instructions. www.ceresproject.org/jobs. Applications accepted through October 29, 2014.

Hours: Full Time/40 hours
Rate: $37,000
Contact: hr@ceresproject.org
Location: Sebastopol, CA
Organization: Ceres Community Project
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Nutrition Talk / Re: Alkalized water
« Last post by jodi f. on October 16, 2014, 11:22:11 AM »
I think the following article by Joseph Mercola, D.O. is helpful in pointing out the many factors that must be considered: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/09/11/alkaline-water-interview.aspx

He makes some excellent points that I've seen corroborated in the scientific literature, especially regarding antioxidation. Our bodies function by performing many oxidative reactions. These are required, not "bad." Constant antioxidant action from water or supplements is not conducive to proper body function. As pointed out in this article, intravenous vitamin C is effective against cancer due to its acidity. From what I've read in studies, when used in such high doses, the C isn't at all acting as an antioxidant, but as a pro-oxidant, and that's what makes it so effective at killing cancer.

Another point (and sorry to refute what you had to say, Gladys) is that people who live in areas with a high level of magnesium in their drinking water suffer fewer heart attacks than those with low magnesium (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18401109), though this is still being debated. However, findings in some parts of the world have been strong, which would contradict the idea that our bodies view inorganic minerals as toxins.

In general, our bodies require a carefully orchestrated balance among all things: oxidation/antioxidation, inflammation/anti-inflammation, alkalinity/acidity, etc. So long-term bombardment of any extreme is likely to lead to imbalances.

Most of the "benefits" noted for ionized alkaline water come directly from the multi-level marketing apparatus selling the equipment. This doesn't mean that there aren't any benefits to be derived, but it does mean that one should look much, much more deeply to get a balanced sense of what such a product has to offer.
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Community Calendar / Fall Brunch Club Event, A Purified Life (San Francisco, CA)
« Last post by Mary Murphy on October 16, 2014, 10:30:57 AM »
Gather with like-minded individuals for a Fall Pumpkin Everything Meal!

We’re all about local and seasonal foods, and will be sharing our favorite pumpkin recipes with you.

The purpose of brunch club is to enjoy a delicious meal while making new friends and learning how to nourish the body.

You’ll leave with new recipes and inspiration to continue your health journey.

Date: October 26, 2014
Time: 11am-2pm
Location: 18 Reasons (3674 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110)
Contact: Giovanna Garcia (415-379-0508, giovanna@apurifiedlife.com)- Giovanna is a Bauman College Alum.

Space is limited. Please get a ticket before October 23rd to reserve your seat. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

*Note: Unfortunately, all tickets are non-refundable due to our limited staff and event costs. Thank you for understanding.

Menu -
Dishes will be served family style.

Beverages:
Pumpkin Spice Latte (dairy-free)
Green Juice by Sidewalk Juice

Mains:
Fall Kale Salad with Apples, Pomegranate, Pumpkin Seeds, and Dijon Vinaigrette
Coconut & Pumpkin Spice Granola with Homemade Almond Milk and Fresh Fruit
Sweet Potato Gratin with Cashew Cheese

Sides:
Buckwheat Chia Bread
Almond Butter & Pumpkin Butter
Avocado

Dessert:
Therapeutic Chocolate
Pumpkin Ice Cream

All dishes are gluten-free and dairy-free.
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Nutrition Talk / Re: Diet remedies for GERD
« Last post by jeanp280 on October 15, 2014, 09:34:25 PM »
Haven't gotten to the 4 R's yet. Only just beginning NC102, but thanks for giving me something to refer to!
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Nutrition Talk / Re: High Cholesterol
« Last post by bridgettet957 on October 15, 2014, 08:30:35 PM »
Hi Jennifer,
Very interested in your topic here. I have had many concerns and questions regarding cholesterol for quite some time. I am very much in the learning phase and I found this book to be an excellent source to unravel the mess of confusion! I hope it comes as a help to you. Cholesterol Clarity: What the HDL is wrong with my numbers? By: Jimmy Moore with Eric C. Westman, MD.
To good health and answers!

Bridgette
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Nutrition Talk / Re: Alkalized water
« Last post by gladysr786 on October 15, 2014, 06:23:10 PM »
Hi there! I did an alkaline water cleanse/ fast once and this is what I learned then:

Acidic Water/ RO Mineral Water:
-natural minerals (inorganic state) do not help assimilate body function and our body treats it as toxic matter
-aggravates acidity levels to acidic foods and impairs digestion
-does not eliminate free radicals
-brings body to higher acidic state which can lead to disease

RO- Alkaline Water/ Mineral Water (in alkaline state):
-body absorbs minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, which are in ionic state
-helps digest acidic foods better
-eliminates free radicals in the body
-has lower oxidation potential
-has pH of 8.5-9.5 and maintains body in healthy state

So in my opinion, yes, alkaline water is better!  ;)
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Recipe Exchange / Re: Your favorite balanced, warming breakfast recipe
« Last post by astridm592 on October 15, 2014, 06:02:30 PM »
Thank you, Jodi and Jada!
I had some delicious leftover wild salmon and broccoli this morning and loved how quickly it all came together. I'm not a morning person, so anything I can make/reheat before I'm fully functional is great.
My body has been loving the egg breakfasts, but a different source of protein is appreciated. (Jodi, I've heard/read several philosophies on egg intake, from 4 to 15 a week. After three consecutive mornings of two eggs, I just felt like my system could use a little variation and might have reached a temporary limit :).
Anyway, thanks for broadening my horizon. It's funny that sauteeing greens didn't even occur to me, just because I didn't classify greens as 'breakfast food'... I'm learning...
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