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Join a community project, "We Have Stories To Tell" which unites children with family members, senior citizens and library staff to encourage the development of literacy skills through story telling. Children have the opportunity to make their own books in which they portray the story they are telling with illustrations of their own design.
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Food for Life Free Health Lectures
Sandi Rechenmacher, NC HHP, of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and Food for Life will present two free health and wellness lectures in January.
Kickstart into a Vegan Lifestyle
Aptos Branch Library Wednesday January 15th 6:00-7:30 PM
Sandi will discuss Dr. Neal Barnard’s (PBS notable) cutting-edge science featuring disease PREVENTION as a lifestyle. Learn of a delicious style of eating and living designed by nature for optimum health and weight-loss. Sandi will discuss Nutrition’s wild ride over the past 100 years, revealing myths, assumptions, and urban legends that are leading Americans towards otherwise avoidable chronic diseases, pains, and untimely deaths. Join others and glean new recipes, resources, and materials on creating YOUR next healthy step towards joyful and vibrant living your WHOLE life.
Getting to Know Your Gut Microbiome
Scotts Valley Branch Thursday January 16th 6:00-7:30 PM
Sandi will discuss the 600 trillion bugs/bacteria community that inhabits your gut. Learn about foods that weaken these colonies and foods that keep these bugs happily balanced, bolstering your immune defenses. Find out how to deliciously strengthen this vital symbiotic relationship between your body and your bugs. Don’t miss the live sauerkraut/fermented food making demonstration.
Kickstart Into a Vegan Lifestyle will also be presented at the Downtown Branch on February 26th from 6:00-7:30PM.
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Posted by teeterj on Jan. 10, 2014 at 6 p.m.