Tea, Food and Community

Tea, Food and Community

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

We are so excited about our new book club
and cooking class collaboration, Tidy Up Your Health! 

Our Second Meeting of the Fall Book Club Series: It's Free, It's Fun. 

A Discussion of The Science of Skinny by Dee McCaffrey, CDC

Lead by Karen Tyson, Owner of Passiflora, Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant, MS (Nutrition), Certified Herbalist

New Date: Wednesday, October 26th from 7 to 8:30 pm.

Feeling sluggish, heavy, or a little foggy-headed? Find out how cleaning up your diet with whole unprocessed foods can become a sustainable plan for long-term health and vitality. 

If you are like most of us, you charge out of bed to the stresses of the day and pound through until you are ready to collapse. In our busy lives, we may tend to reach for fast, easy foods that are often highly processed and can make us feel less than our best. We may be functioning in a state of constant malaise when we could be thrumming through life like a well-oiled machine. 

In clear, accessible language, Dee McCaffrey offers us a new perspective by taking a chemist's approach to dissecting our food choices, and opening our eyes to what we're really eating. With this book we will talk about detoxifying our bodies by taking a very close look at how what we eat effects our chemistry. Dee McCaffrey also offers suggestions on how to better incorporate whole foods into our daily diet, and eliminate the worst over-processed offenders. Please check out her website, 
http://www.processedfreeamerica.org/ even if you can't read the book- the information here just might change your life.    

We are excited to welcome you. And will serve a mildly cleansing herbal tea, a simple soup, and a warm salad bowl as a fixed priced dinner for $8.50. This and our regular menu will be available for service until 6:30. Book group will begin at 7:00 and is for free. You don't have to join us for dinner or have read the book to benefit from our lively discussion. We love to share our stories in community and commit to simple changes in our habits that can help us to better move with the rhythms of our lives throughout the shifting seasons.

Happy Fall!

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