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Get growing: 11 Reasons to join a CSA

11 Reasons to Join A CSA

Get Growing: 11 Reasons to Join a CSA Originally posted May 2018.  Updated May 2019. What is a CSA? CSA stands for Community Shared or Supported Agriculture. It is sometimes called a farm share program. This is a model of food production where a group of people...

Choose Local and Choose Organic

Find out why choosing organic and local foods is good for you and the environment, and when it is most important to choose organic. Identify which foods have the highest levels of pesticide residue and which are lower. Find out whether fresh, canned or frozen fruits...
Title: Sleep, mood and your gut bacteria.Picture of a woman who has fallen asleep on her desk with her head on an open book

Sleep, mood and gut bacteria

There are strong relationships between sleep, mood and gut bacteria. Sleep problems are closely related to mental health issues, stress and high cortisol.

Title: Making Sense of Brain-gut conenctions

Making sense of gut-brain connections

Until recently, we didn’t know how much our gut and brain interacted. Some people thought that our brains controlled everything we did, consciously and subconsciously. They were wrong!

Recent research confirms a gut-brain connection, a.k.a. “axis.” This microbiome-gut-brain axis is stronger and different than we had imagined. And with new technology, we’ve been able to study the gut microbes in a way that was not possible just a few years ago.

Let’s talk about how your gut microbes, your gut itself, your brain, and your mental health are all interconnected and influence each other! Plus, we’ll dive into some “mood foods,” as well as stress reducing activities that can help with gut issues.

Stress-free holidays

The holiday season brings a great deal of joy and warmth along with it. There's something extra special about this time of year -- but it doesn't come without challenges. A great deal of added stress is dumped on our plates, and it can be hard to catch our...

Jenna Kelland is a holistic nutrition professional and adult educator. Her interest in nutrition comes from her experience with her own health issues and helping her three children to feel better through food choices. 

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