Cultivating Health is the Greenbelt-based business of health coach and certified nutritional consultant Kim Rush Lynch.
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Montgomery and Prince George’s county schools serve more fruits and vegetables, but students may not be eating them.
Every day at lunch, children across Prince George’s and Montgomery counties may be facing what conventional wisdom says is one of their worst nightmares. No, it’s not monsters hiding under their beds or behind their closet doors. It’s not zombies chasing after them, either. It’s fruits and vegetables. After Congress passed a nationwide law limiting the amount of calories schools are allowed to serve at lunch, schools in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties are adhering to the rules and serving up more healthy options for students. “Before this year, each student had to select three out of five items,” said Marla Caplon, Director of the Division of Food and Nutrition Services at Montgomery County public schools. “This year, the student …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Joel Fuhrman, M.D., author of "Eat to Live" will hold seminar in the Greenbelt Public Library.
Joel Fuhrman, M.D., author of the New York Times bestseller "Eat to Live" will hold a "Save Your Life" seminar in the Greenbelt Public Library Saturday morning, June 2, at 10. Fuhrman is a family physician and nutritional researcher who advocates using nutritional and natural methods to prevent and reverse disease. He addresses health topics, such as how to reverse diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure without drugs, and how to recover from health problems, such as allergies, asthma, arthritis, migraines and fatigue. The seminar is free, but those interested in attending can register by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (410) 580-5121 and providing name, email address and number of attendees. The event flyer states …
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Free Zumba, spinning and more.
Friday, March 30, 2012
Learn about antioxidant-rich foods that will help to slow the effects of toxins that speed up the body’s aging process.
Explorations Unlimited welcomes Certified Health Coach and Nutritional Consultant, Kim Rush Lynch and Chef and Co-op Supermarket Produce Manager, Ellen Siegel on Friday for “Spring Cleaning Foods for Your Health.” Learn how to transition into the spring season with foods that will cleanse the liver and the blood. Siegel and Lynch will focus on antioxidant-rich foods that will help to slow the effects of toxins that speed up the body’s aging process. They will also discuss body care products and household cleaners that will reduce the body’s toxic load. Explorations Unlimited is held every Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Greenbelt Community Center. This presentation will be held in room 114. Everyone is welcome to attend and questions …