Seven things you will experience at Food As Medicine September 18-22 at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Healing in Stockbridge, MA.
Stress is a part of life but it should not hold you back. Here are five easy stress relievers to get you started.
Our Food As Medicine training is the nation’s leading introductory program in medical nutrition, providing a semester’s worth of nutrition care practices in just four days.
Naomi L. Baum’s story about how CMBM helped with her battle against cancer.
This work of our Center for Mind-Body Medicine allows people to come back into their bodies, to honor their struggles, and to dissolve and release the embedded feeling which keep them stuck in an often confused and repetitive state.
Everybody hated turnips in boarding school…But when I would eat turnips cooked by my grandma & my mom, I loved them. I don’t have the exact recipe but the memory still retains in my taste buds — salty, gingery, sweet & sour with cilantro.
Koru, which is a Maori symbol for growth around a stable center, began at Duke University in 2007 and has since then transformed the lives of hundreds of Duke students.
The Brussels sprouts in this recipe played Lucy to my Charlie. They teased me with their offerings of wellness…
This is “… the only program scientifically proven to reverse heart disease currently offered in hospitals, clinics, and physician offices that Medicare and other private insurance companies are covering.”
Having facilitated mind-body skills groups in all kinds of places with all kinds of people, young and old, I have noticed so many common themes, including one I’ve heard Jim refer to as the “equal opportunity group experience.”