Month: October 2009

My Everyday Foods

My Everyday Foods

Dear Friends,

Each year at our Food As Medicine conference—it’s coming up November 19-22nd in Miami, is fabulous, and you can find out more here and register by clicking here—our faculty gives a sample daily menu. I thought you might be interested in checking out mine.

Jim

Bright Ideas: Buckwheat for Breakfast

Bright Ideas: Buckwheat for Breakfast

Are you in the market for a delicious, nutrient-packed breakfast suggestion? Here’s one: cream of buckwheat.

Fresh Fine Dining: The Mitsitam Cafe

Fresh Fine Dining: The Mitsitam Cafe

True to its name, the cafe is a celebration of fresh foods, offering an array of traditional and contemporary dishes at serving stations named Northern Woodlands, South America, the Northwest Coast, Mesoamerica, and the Great Plains.

Evaluating Self-Help Organizations’ Claims

Three people who attended a sweat lodge ceremony in Ariz. have died. Self-help guru James Arthur Ray, who ran the ceremony, is under investigation. Dr. James Gordon, founder and director for the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, explains how some retreats are regulated.

Sweat Lodges and Spirituality: I’m on Talk of the Nation

Sweat Lodges and Spirituality: I’m on Talk of the Nation

I wanted to let you know that I am going to be on “Talk of the Nation” on National Public Radio tomorrow, Thursday, October 22nd from 2:06-2:40pm EDT.

Radio Show on Sat. Oct. 10!

Radio Show on Sat. Oct. 10!

Hi everyone–check out this internet radio show, airing starting this Saturday at noon ET, for our lively discussion of mind-body medicine, the importance of prevention, and health policy–as it should be.

Jim

Culinary Adventure: Black Beans & Rice, Dominican Style

Culinary Adventure: Black Beans & Rice, Dominican Style

This is the smell of the Dominican Republic, friends, said Rosenny. When the whole thing gets together, it’s going to be something out of this world.