Upcoming Programs

Eating for Your Health – Lunch Meeting – focus on Inflammation and Autoimmune Issues

  • September 19, 2023 – 11:30 – 1:00pm – Princeton, New Jersey

Gain the support and knowledge you need to make lifestyle changes to reduce inflammation and symptoms of autoimmune disease for yourself or for someone you care about. The group meets monthly for lunch to learn, discuss, and support one another along their varied journeys to a healthier life. Drawing on our Pillars of How you feel is data!®, Biological Individuality and Nutritional Harm Reduction®, the group covers topics such as managing carb cravings, gut health, elimination diets, behavior change, and the effect of food, lifestyle choices, and environmental toxins on gut health, inflammation, autoimmunity, and the microbiome. 

Mindful Morsels – Healthy Eating Challenge

October 1, October 5, October 10 from 7:00-8:00pm

The Mindful Morsels Healthy Eating Challenge gives you the opportunity to explore a variety of healthful food choices for your first meal of the day and decide which is the most delicious and works best for you. Throughout the challenge, we’ll be asking you to notice how you like the different foods and observe how your body responds to them.

You’ll have the opportunity to connect with the group and share your insights and experiences in a non-judgmental environment. At the end of the Healthy Eating Challenge, you’ll have a clearer picture of the type of meals that leave you satisfied and feeling your best.

Hormones and Antibiotics: Unveiling Facts and Debunking Myths

Date in October to be announced soon!

The words “hormones” and “antibiotics” often trigger concerns and debates when associated with food production. This thought-provoking presentation will delve into the complex landscape of hormones and antibiotics in our food and the impact on our health.

Join Professor James Martiney as he dissects the scientific evidence and challenges prevailing myths surrounding this topic. We’ll explore their environmental impacts and delve into potential health risks, including antibiotic resistance and hormonal imbalances.

Whether you’re a concerned consumer, an environmental advocate, or someone who’s simply curious, this talk will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the issue, backed by scientific facts and research.