Join Donna Perrone of Accent on Wellness & Co-Owner of Gravity East
Village for a quick Raw Food bite to eat at 'Gingersnap's Organic' on
Monday, December 12th anytime between 6:30 pm & 8 pm. I love the
food here! Their food is designed to be taken to go but can be eaten at
the restaurant as well. Gingersnap's Organic
130 East 7th St, NYC, NY 10009 * (212)533-9939 btw: Avenue A & 1st Avenue
Enjoy 5% Off your order!
'Overcoming Food Cravings' A New Approach to an Old Problem With Donna Perrone
Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 7:30 pm
Gravity East Village 515 East 5 Street btw. Avenue A & Avenue B Keypad: 104 'Bell' Symbol button Fee- $20.00 Cash paid at the door. Seating is limited- Make your Reservation by email- firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212 254 9453
"This irresistible feeling comes over you and holds on tight and won't let go!" "What is it? " "It's a Craving!" The most common reason why people have difficulty with going 'raw' or just plain sticking with a healthy diet is those nasty food cravings..
In this workshop/discussion group we will discuss:
-the reasons for cooked food dependency -tips on how to increase the amount of raw food in your diet -the ingredients needed to cope in those challenging moments -an understanding of what is needed to succeed
This discussion will include an understanding of the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects to better health. Much
of the background material used for this workshop comes from my own
experience, my many years working with people in the health community,
my knowledge and experience as a Colon Hydro-therapist and from the book
'12 Steps to Raw Foods,' by Victoria Boutenko.
Reservations are Necessary. Seating is Limited. Please R.S.V.P. by e-mail PERRONED1@verizon.net or call 212 254 9453 Please include your name & phone #.
inspired by critically acclaimed documentary, and join the growing
movement of people improving their health with fruits and veggies.
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doctors and conventional medicine unable to help, Joe traded in junk
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to drink fresh fruit and vegetable juice for 60 days. Across 3,000
miles Joe had one goal in mind: To get off his pills and achieve a
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& Anthony, NY Post, Huffington Post, LA Times & more.**