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Healthy Eating: The Five Element Way—Phone Seminar: Session Three

WHEN: THURSDAY, JANUARY 12TH—1-1:30 PM (PACIFIC TIME)

WHERE: Call in on your telephone

HOW: Conference Dial-in: 1-218-862-1300 / Conference Code: 527149

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In Session 3 of Healthy Eating—The Five Element Way you’ll learn about the relationship between SEASONAL FOODS and your HEALTH.

Some appetizers ...

  • Did you know that ‘health’ happens on a seasonal basis and can be affected by eating foods that are ‘in-season?
  • We all know that good food is expensive so you want to derive the maximum benefit from it. 5 Element Eating is the ‘magic sauce’ that makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts.
  • In Winter it’s cold and wet; our bodies need lots of energy. Did you know there are specific Winter foods that will keep you warm and energized?

... and there’s more where this came from ... served up fresh at the telinar.

Featured Recipe

This session’s featured recipe is: Red Lentil Soup With Turnip & Parsley.

Red Lentil Soup
(Photo: Clean Start by Terry Walters)

The FIVE ELEMENT way of eating is a powerfully simple way of creating a BALANCED diet and an energetically vibrant and balanced body.

Health Benefits From Eating: The Five Element Way

  • Improve digestion.
  • Have more energy.
  • Sleep better.
  • Think more clearly.
  • Generally feel better.

  • Seminar Call-In Instructions


     

    Related Links

  • Phone Seminar: Session 1
  • Healthy Eating: The Five Element Way—An Online Course
  • It’s Learnable!
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    IMPORTANT: All information on this Web site is provided for educational use only and not meant to substitute for the advice of a local Oriental Medicine practitioner, biomedical doctor, experienced coach, or martial arts instructor.