Winter Joys

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By Jo Cooper Isn’t it lovely that such abundance is still available, on a chilly Saturday morning when even the usually jolly cashiers were whining? We collected our glittering treasure of organic cranberries, kale, baby chard, arugula, apple cider, honey, onions and garlic, Brussel sprouts and broccoli, crimini mushrooms, and have enjoyed them in the days since—blessings of the earth. Happy … Read More

Food As Medicine: A feast of science & wisdom

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By Jo Cooper Once a year, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine puts on the best introductory training program in medical nutrition therapy on the planet– a feast of science and wisdom.  Always lively, always cutting-edge, our core faculty and guest speakers who are all leaders in their respective fields share the very latest in nutritional science and seasoned clinical pearls with … Read More

On a Chilly Winter Night: Lentil Soup

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By Jo Cooper I love PCRM (Physicians Committe for Responsible Medicine), especially because they generously offer so much cooking education free to the public through the Cancer Project, their diabetes education network, their 21-day vegan kickstart programs, etc… and the recipes are often terrific. Case in point: this lentil soup recipe from the Cancer Project, perfect for a cold winter’s night … Read More