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Dr. M and Cancer Survivorship Day

On Saturday, June 22nd, Dr. Michael Kowalski A.P., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) presented a lecture to cancer survivors and their families. His presentation was part of St. Vincent’s/Mayo Clinic’s Cancer Survivorship Day event at the St. Vincent’s-Riverside Terry Cancer Center.  After Dr. Chanan-Khan MD of Mayo Clinic presented his talk about how St. Vincent’s/Mayo Clinic are […]

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June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable month! Celebrate it with a fresh salad filled with both! Try this fresh Kale salad with homemade peach vinaigrette.

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Compelling evidence suggests that making fruits and veggies a staple of your diet can lower your risk for many chronic diseases.

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It’s National Salad Month, so be sure to eat a green salad every day! Try this Quinoa Salad with Strawberries, Almonds and Mint. It’s delicious!

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Whether your Fire energy has lost a little or a lot of your joy, receiving Five Element acupuncture on your Fire meridians can restore your Fire energy.

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Come join us WEDNESDAY, May 8, for a free meditation session to heal the heart, mind, body and soul. Seating is limited. Click here to learn more and register.

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Five Elements

Seasonal acupuncture treatments are special treatments in Five Element acupuncture that enhance the extra energy available to an Element and its vital organs during its season.

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One way to eat your daily requirement of vegetables is to eat more plant based meals. Here is a satisfying, flavorful vegetarian meal that’s ready in less than 30 minutes!

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Eating beans as part of a heart healthy diet and lifestyle may help improve your blood cholesterol and lower your weight. Learn how to take an Italian bread topping and turn it into a salad with this delicious bean and vegetable recipe!

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The heart meridian plays a vital role in our well-being and quality of life. Without a healthy heart meridian, life can be drab, boring and joyless.

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