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4 COS4S The Home Project: Marbled Chocoholic Banana Bread

By | Banana bread, Living Whole, plant based diet, Recipe, Sin categoría, vegan | No Comments

By Nina Gheihman Nothing quite compares to the smell of bread baking in the oven, especially banana bread! This version is for the chocoholics out there who crave the satisfying texture and flavor of banana bread without the usual sugar, eggs and other unnecessary ingredients. Without these, the bananas truly shine through, and so will your health. Marbled Chocoholic Banana…

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4 COS4S The Home Project: Smoothies, Part 2

By | Green Smoothie, Kathryn Hayward MD, lifestyle change, Living Whole, plant based diet, Sin categoría, smoothie, T. Colin Campbell | No Comments

By Nina Gheihman and David L. Thomas, Jr. Last week we remembered our brunch with International Integrators Advisory Council member David Read and his family and Facilitator Hadley Johnson during a visit to Boston. This occasion permitted Nina and Hadley to share the two smoothie recipes included in our most recent post as well as the following one contributed by…

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4 COS4S The Home Project: Smoothies

By | Alec Baldwin, diet, Green Smoothie, lifestyle change, Living Whole, PCRM, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Sin categoría, smoothie, T. Colin Campbell | One Comment

By Nina Gheihman, Hadley Johnson and David L. Thomas, Jr. International Integrators members Nina Gheihman and Hadley Johnson brunched with Co-Founders Kathryn Hayward, M.D. and David Thomas and Advisory Council member David Read and his family during a visit to Boston. While we conversed over delicious food, Nina and Hadley each shared their current passions for smoothies. Get out your…

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The Hero Within

By | Avatar, Food Choice Taskforce, Hero Journey, James Cameron, Joseph Campbell, Kathryn Hayward MD, Living Whole, plant based diet, Star Wars, Years of Living Dangerously | No Comments

By Kathryn Hayward, MD A few years ago, I was facilitating a group of medical students in a self-reflection exercise. After sharing, listening, weeping and hugging, we stood in a circle and pressed the palms of our hands together and brought them to our hearts. I looked deeply into the eyes of each student in the circle and said, “Namaste….

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