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"Organic is something we can all partake of and benefit from. When we demand organic, we are demanding poison-free food. We are demanding clean air. We are demanding pure, fresh water. We are demanding soil that is free to do its job and seeds that are free of toxins. We are demanding that our children be protected from harm. We all need to bite the bullet and do what needs to be done-buy organic whenever we can, insist on organic, fight for organic and work to make it the norm. We must make organic the conventional choice and not the exception available only to the rich and educated."
-Maria Rodale, Organic Manifesto: How Organic Farming Can Heal Our Planet, Feed the World, and Keep Us Safe


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Dr. Braggs

Dr. Bronner's

Dr. Schen's




Herb Pharm



Idaho's Bounty

Jay Robb 


Julie Foods


Kroeger Herbs

Garden of Life

Irwin Naturals



Natures Way


Natural Balance

Nature's Life

Nature's Plus

Natures Way


New Chapter

Nordic Naturals



Organic India 



Peter Thompson



100% Pure

Pure Essence

Renew Life 


Simply Organic

Source Naturals



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Julie on the Radio 


NourishMe's Julie Johnson hosts a radio show on Ketchum's community radio station, KDPI 89.3 FM. Her weekly show, Our Health Culture, can be heard live on 89.3 FM or streamed live at KDPIFM, 10-11 a.m. Thursdays.

The show delves into local farming and sustainability, health and nutrition, insight into what drives people to pursue a healthier lifestyle, and how we work energetically in those pursuits.  


Sept. 5  TBA

Sept. 12 Heidi Ottley and Ed Sinott of Sun Valley Harvest Festival 

Sept. 18  TBA


Sept. 26 Veronica Rhinehart 




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Seasonal Cleansing


Fall is a natural time of transition, which makes it ideal for a gentle detox cleanse that will reset your body and mind while priming you for a winter of wellness. Many of us stayed in town to work during the recent smoke heavy Beaver Creek Fire in the Wood River Valley.


Together with various over-indulgences from the summer, smoke is a toxin that needs to be cleansed from our bodies. As well, we want to ease the transition from summer to fall while prepping our bodies for the variations of foods we will want to consume during the next season.     


The NourishMe Cleanse will include two- preliminary classes, nine-days of specific organic foods, all made in-house. For more information and to register for the cleanse call (208) 928-7604, or jjnourishme@gmail.com.  


To your health!


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Nutrition Consultations are available with Julie Johnson, certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner (NTP), and professional member of the Price-Pottenger Nutritional Foundation. Contact her at (208) 928-7604.  

Sylvie Dore will teach an Herbal Syrup Making class Thursday Sept. 26  from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at NourishMe.  


Learn to craft homemade Elderberry Syrup and herbal cough syrup for kids and adults from simple herbs and ingredients you may already have at home.


Elderberry is considered to be a potent antiviral remedy and immune-system stimulant. Though it does not kill viruses directly, ingesting the berry syrup helps block viruses' ability to reproduce, vastly decreasing symptoms and length of time the  body can take to clear the invading organism, especially when caught early. Elderberry is full of antioxidants and can be taken safely on a daily basis starting in early fall to prevent colds and flu. Elder trees can be found in the Wood River Valley and berries will be ready to harvest soon.


The $25 class includes:

  • elder medicine, folklore and harvesting techniques,
  • other local herbs for immunity
  • syrup-making demonstration
  • a locally made ColdCare tincture to take home

Make sure you are ready for Fall this year and join us to learn how to stock your medicine cabinet yourself using local medicines. To sign up please email Sylvie

Nolan and Cassidy love fresh veggies from NourishMe

Curious about this Kundalini Yoga, the ancient science that's fast becoming mainstream in the United States? Joining the free introduction classes, 5:30-6:15 p.m. every Tuesday at All Things Sacred Yoga and Wellness Center, 351 Leadville Ave. Galleria Bldg., in Ketchum. 


Kundalini is a form of yoga that helps you bust through your blocks FAST by strengthening your mind, your will and your body. It can create radical change in your life and help sustain healthier habits.


Different breathing patterns increase the amount of prana (energy) in the body, revitalizing organs and increasing mental focus and clarity. Core movements done in mostly sitting poses regenerate the nervous system to balance moods and helps you respond better to stress. Emphasis is placed on strength and flexibility of the spine to unblock and free the natural energy flow in the body.


All levels and physical ability welcome. Please wear comfortable clothing and avoid heavy foods prior to class. Yoga mats and blankets are provided.


Massuse River Herrin is offering 'Slack Special" massages at 180 First Street, Suite 303, Ketchum. Buy one get second half off. This offer is good through Sept. 30. Call (208) 721-7054 to make an appointment.




Join an open Meditation from 6-7 p.m. Wednesdays at Bitterroot Square, 208 Spruce St, at the corner of Spruce and Second. in Ketchum. For information Diane Crist (208) 720-6652.



Recipe of the month: Are you missing the unique nutrients provided by the sea?  We love this seaweed salad recipe.  





Waterwheel Gardens' mini Farmer's Market rolls into NourishMe on Thursday.

Trucking in from Emmett, Idaho, farmer Kurtis Williams brings a wide variety of luscious fresh fruit and vegetables, canned produce and other yummy goods.   


idahos bountyIdaho's Bounty is in the store every Wednesday afternoon for member order pick-ups. NourishMe receives its own order of fresh, local farm eggs and dairy, greens and other goodies at the same time.   






Now in its fourth year, the Sun Valley Harvest Festival will be held Sept. 19 - 22.


Focused on quality and how to incorporate it into your kitchen and lifestyle, the festivities will offer attendees an opportunity to learn culinary secrets from the country's top chefs, taste agricultural wonders from Idaho and the Northwest, savor wines, beers and spirits, and learn from nationally-recognized food and health experts.


The 2013 Harvest Festival will welcome registered dietician Ashley Koff, a self-described "qualitarian" as the event's emcee. Also new this year will be the Food Mavericks and Food Trends Panels, made up of entrepreneurs and experts from well-known national brands and media outlets such as Prevention Magazine, ABC News Los Angeles, and the Dr. Oz Show.


"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food
Julie Johnson / 151 Main St. N. / Ketchum, Idaho 83333 / (208) 928-7604