Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Good Nutritional Health - Part 2

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Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Good Nutritional Health - Part 2

Time: May 9, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Ashland Food Coop - 300 Pioneer St., Ashland
Street: 300 Pioneer St.
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.giftingtree.net
Phone: 541-324-2561
Event Type: free, monday, night, class
Organized By: Jack Leishman
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2011

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An overview of how you can tune yourself into good nutritional health, using easy to use and remember tools and techniques, with a focus on awareness and your body's own innate feedback systems.

 

While this is a continuation of part 1, we will review what was covered last time, so that everyone has the same basic information and tools.  The focus, this time, will be mostly on what you can do to start knowing what your body wants, needs and is asking for, for good nutritional health.

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