Food For Healthy Bones Newsletter...  
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...everything you eat becomes your bones, blood, organs, muscles, tissues, thoughts and feelings.

Joshua Rosenthal, Founder and Director -Institute for Integrative Nutrition

News From Irma Jennings
Bone Health Coach
email:irmajennings@rcn.com
phone: 917-405-5410

  April 2010
In This Issue
Institute for Integrative Nutrition
Vitamin D
Private Sessions
Calcium Rich Hummus
Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN)

In 2003 I was searching for a life and career change and looking to leave behind my 23-year career on Wall Street.  I desired a life that I believed in, that would bring about healthy lifestyle changes for me, my family and friends, the people in my world and in the bigger world.  I enrolled in IIN and never looked back.

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Happy to have a conversation with you about my experience and the schools' long distance learning program.  Irma
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Greetings!
Welcome to my monthly newsletter where I share suggestions on how to improve bone health through organic whole foods and lifestyles.

Growing strong bones starts in childhood. Encouraging our children to eat unprocessed foods and organic vegetables (whenever possible) prepares the body for the last few chapters of life, while helping us avoid bone illnesses such as osteopenia and osteoporosis.

Your Skelly (skeleton) will thank you!

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From My Bones To Yours,
 
Irma



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Let the Sunshine In!
Vitamin D - What's All This Noise?

 Vitamin D3 is the supplement "du jour".  We are told by   experts that we need Vitamin D3 for our bones (D3 is the D vitamin recognized for bone health).

 We are also told that vitamin D deficiency is now recognized as an epidemic in the United States, according to Michael Holick -   Boston University School of Medicine's article "The Vitamin D Epidemic and its Health Consequences."   read more


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Bone Health ~ Your Health
        Private Session

Did you know:
  • People in countries that consume the most pasteurized dairy products suffer from the most bone fractures?
  • Osteopenia and osteoporosis effect men and women
  • Bone mass naturally declines around the ages of 30-35
  • You can avoid being one of the increasing number of baby boomers who will develop osteoporosis
  • Bones are living tissue and can grow back over time with proper nutrition and a stress reduced lifestyle
Black Salsify



Let me show you how to eat for your bones



The following topics will be covered:

1. Whole organic foods and the acid/alkaline bone health balance
2. Sugar: The evils of processed sugar and the nutrient rich natural sugars
3. Fats: The importance of good fats
4. Protein: Surprising sources of protein
5. Food labeling:  Understanding ingredients
6. Veggies: The health benefits of eating in the seasons
7. Grains: Ancient and nutritionally beneficial
8. Sea Vegetables and their impact on bone health
9. Bone healthy infusions and teas

Private 1 1/2 hour session includes hand-outs and recipes.
Sessions held on the telephone or in my downtown NYC office

Cost:  $125.00
Questions?  917-405-5410  email:  irmajennings@rcn.com

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Hummus
A calcium-rich dip

Black Salsify

One of my favorites and prepared in a snap using the Vita-Mix

Preparation time:  5 minutes
Processing 1 minute
Yield 3 3/4 cups of dip

Ingredients:

2 (15-ounce) cans of organic garbanzos; one drained the other one with liquid
1/4 cup raw organic sesame seeds
1 tablespoon unrefined organic olive oil
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 garlic clove, peeled
1 teaspoon cumin
salt to taste

1) Place all the ingredients into the Vita-Mix in the order listed and secure lid
2) Select Variable 1
3) Turn machine on and quickly increase speed to Variable 10, then to High
4) Blend for 1 minute, using the tamper to press the ingredients into the blades
5) Check salt

optional:
Top the hummus with one or all of the following: chopped kalamata olives, chopped red onions, chopped tomato and a drizzle of the olive oil

Serve with carrots, celery, cauliflower, red/yellow/orange peppers and watch the dip disappear as quickly as it was prepared!

If you're interested in the Vita-Mix special price and free shipping, please call Irma 917-405-5410.
   
For Food Processor... Recipe from Angelica's Kitchen
A little different.
 
Ingredients:

1 cups organic chickpeas Eden is a good brand (without juice from can)
cup organic tahini
2/3 cup lemon juice, freshly squeezed and strained
2 cloves garlic, halved lengthwise and stems removed
1 teaspoon ground cumin
teaspoon sea salt (if you use the Celtic Sea Salt use it to taste)
1 pinch cayenne
cup water


*combine chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic, cumin, salt and cayenne in a food processor fitted with a steel blade.
*with machine running, gradually add the water, processing until the mixture is creamy and smooth.  
*If the sides become caked with bits of unpureed chickpeas, stop and scrape them down with a rubber spatula
*taste and adjust seasoning



             

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