Monday's Hot Bar 10.01

Vegan: Super Spaghetti w/ Twin Oaks Tofu, Buffalo Bites, Sweet & Spicy Brussel Sprouts w/ Local Tofu & Shiitake Mushrooms, Fig & Apple Quinoa w/ Walnuts, Basmati Rice, Black Beans, Wheat Hamburger Buns, Gomen, Inguday Tibs, Ginger-Garlic Cabbage, Dinich Wat, Fasolia, Steamed Broccoli, Blueberry Raspberry Crisp, Moroccan Spiced Vegetables

Vegetarian: Roasted Butternut Squash w/ 5 Spice

Meat/Seafood: Chicken BBQ, Green Curry Pork, Braised Red Cabbage w/Applegate Farms Bacon, Orange BBQ Chicken, Slow Braised Short Ribs

Soups: Miso Soup, Split Pea Soup, Chicken Bacon White Bean Soup, Broccoli & Cheddar Cheese Soup, Andouille Bean Soup

Raw: Raw Kale Salad, Totally Alive Cole Slaw, Frisee, Green Apple & Radicchio Salad

* All Items On The Hot Bar Are Subject To Change Throughout The Day Without Notice

Saturday's Hot Bar 09.28

Vegan: Steamed Broccoli, Peach Crisp, Wheat Hamburger Buns, Gingered Squash, Asian Eggplant & Summer Squash, Basmati Rice, Black Beans, Roasted Garlic Tofu w/ Tomato Coconut Broth, Fig & Apple Quinoa w/ Walnuts, Caper Spaghetti w/ Twin Oaks Tofu, Potato Zucchini Bake

Vegetarian: BBQ Baked Beans, Succotash, Garlic & Lemon Asparagus, Sugar Snap Pea Almondine,

Meat/Seafood: Pulled Pork BBQ, Pot Roast, Broccoli Greens, Orange & Rosemary Pork Loin, Chicken & Dumplings, Cod

Soups: Andouille Bean Soup, Spicy Charred Tomato Soup, Chicken Bacon White Bean Soup, Split Pea Soup, Miso Soup

Raw: Totally Alive Cole Slaw, Raw Kale Salad, Raw Summer Squash Salad

* All Items On The Hot Bar Are Subject To Change Throughout The Day Without Notice

Nourish Presents Series: Pain Management & Mobility Support with Nutrition & Herbs

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Welcome to the first Nourish Presents Series hosted by our very own Nourish Department.  Each month Lindsey Kluge from the Nourish Department will host a class focusing on Nutrition, Herbal Remedies, Supplements and/or Natural Substitutes.

When

Thursday, September 26th / 6:00 to 8:00PM

Location

Ellwood’s Community Classroom

Instructor

Ellwood’s Own: Lindsay Kluge, MS, CNS, LDN

Description

Living with chronic pain does not have to become a way of life. This class will provide a foundational overview of the physiology and causes of pain and modern treatment options. Lindsey will explain natural alternatives to managing pain and mobility with herbal therapeutics, nutritional support and lifestyle choices.

Cost

$16.00

Capacity

40

Register for class

There is limited seating/availability for all classes and events and you must register ahead of time.


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Questions?

Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525.

Organic is as Organic Says?

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Organic is as Organic Says?

Today the United States and Japan announced an agreement between our two countries to make it easier to import each other’s organic food. See http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2013/09/26/business/japan-u-s-agree-to-ease-trade-in-organic-products/#.UkRMlLzuCJg According to this news report:

While most of the two countries’ organic standards are the same, Japan has not allowed its organics to be produced with ligonum sulfonate, a substance used in post-harvest fruit production, or alkali-extracted humic acid, a fertilizer used to help grow a variety of organic crops. The United States allows both substances. Continue reading

Be Happy In Your Relationships

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When

Tuesday Nights  /  September 10, 17, & 24  /  6:45-8:30PM

Location

Ellwood’s Community Classroom

Instructor

Ellwood’s Wellness & Relationship Coach Denise Dolan

Description

Learn the secrets of creating successful connections. All are WELCOME. Bring your family, friends, colleagues, lovers, significant others…

Cost

Donations Welcome

Capacity

30

Questions?

Want to know more about one of Denise’s programs?  Visit www.DeniseDolan.com; email Info@DeniseDolan.com or call 800-804-2176.

Traditions for Mothers

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When

Monday, September 23rd  /  6:00 to 7:30PM

Location

Ellwood’s Community Classroom

Instructor

Lauren McCorey

Lauren is a Richmond native who recently gave birth to her first son in December.  She has worked closely with local farms, midwives, pediatricians, dietitians, the Weston A. Price Richmond Chapter, as well as Nourishing Traditions to help her navigate the complicated decisions that face women today from pregnancy to first foods to overall more proactive, healthier lifestyle choices.  Her passion is helping others develop their own improved ways of living and wants to share with moms some information to help them make more informed decisions.  Lauren recently graduated with her Master’s degree in Sport Leadership from VCU, works as a swim coach for NOVA of Virginia Aquatics, and is a birth/postpartum doula.

Description

No other culture is as thoughtless about preparation for pregnancy and babies as our own.  This class hopes to help inform pregnant women, moms and moms-to-be on special nutrient-dense foods, their timing and preparation during pregnancy, lactation and child growth.

Cost

FREE!

Capacity

40

Register for class

There is limited seating/availability for all classes and events and you must register ahead of time.

Register online for the class now.

Questions?

Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525.

Mind Over Matter: Getting Started

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When

Thursday, September 19th / 6:30 to 8:30PM

Location

Ellwood’s Community Classroom

Instructor

Katie McCall

Katie is a Certified Results Practitioner, using kinesiology for brain re-patterning and for identifying and clearing limiting subconscious beliefs. She is also a Reiki Master, Master IET practitioner/Instructor, and Certified Hypnotherapist.

Description

In this class we’ll use kinesiology to test just how truly ready and willing you are to lose weight at the moment, and discover your top 3 reasons as to why it’s not happening. Then, we’ll use a combination of EFT and guided meditation to clear those blocks and get you moving forward with your goals. No worries if you’re a newbie to EFT! You’ll be able to follow along, and easily learn how to implement this useful tool for weight loss.

Cost

$10.00

Capacity

40

Register for class

There is limited seating/availability for all classes and events and you must register ahead of time.


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Questions?

Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525 or see MindOverMatterSuccess for details or to book a free 20 minute phone consultation with Katie.

Good Health for a Good Cause

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When

Thursday, September 19th  /  1:00 to 6:00PM

Location

Ellwood’s Community Classroom

Sponsor

Access Now

Description

Health and nutrition experts will be on hand offering free health screenings, chair massage, and other health-and-nutrition related services from Farm to Family, University of Richmond Massage Therapy Department, Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Ellwood Thompson’s, and area medical practices and nutritional experts. To learn more about Access Now, visit accessnow.ramdocs.org.

Cost

FREE!

Questions?

Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525.

Thursday's Hot Bar 09.19

Vegan: Lemon Rice, Green Curry Tofu, Chana Masala, Summer Squash Casserole, Black Beans, Basmati Rice, English Peas, Garlic Rosemary Squash, Drizzled Broccolette, Sesame Roasted Eggplant, Ratatouille, Halian Roasted Cod, Steamed Broccoli, Blue Berry & Raspberry Crisp

Vegetarian: Cheesy Cauliflower Bake, Blue Ridge Potatoes & Mushrooms

Meat/Seafood: Cola Braised Beef and Vegetables, Braise Swiss Chard, Coq Au Vin Blanc, Homestyle Chicken Pot Pie, Dijon Pork Loin,

Soups: Mushroom & Quinoa Soup, Chickpea & Potato Masala Soup, Roasted Tomato Soup, Turkey Chili, Creamy Tomato Bisque,

Raw: Kale Salad, Parsnip & Carrot Slaw, Totally Alive Cole Slaw, Broccoli and Sunflower Salad

* All Items On The Hot Bar Are Subject To Change Throughout The Day Without Notice

Americans Continue to Drink Less Dairy Milk

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Americans Continue to Drink Less Dairy Milk

Here is something that on second thought comes as no surprise:  Americans continue to drink less and less of dairy milk.  According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), since 1970, per capita consumption of fluid milk has fallen from almost 1 cup (8 fl. oz.) to 0.6 cups per day. The chart on the left is from the USDA and spells out the bad news for cow’s milk. While yogurt sales continue to rise in recent years, the so-called “milk cliff”, according to dairy industry analysts, is soon coming and the dairy industry hopes the current Farm Bill before Congress may come to the rescue of milk producers. Continue reading