Tag: "Health"

The Benefits of Running and How to Get Started Talk in November 2014
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The Benefits of Running and How to Get Started Talk in November 2014

In November of 2014 at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab in Pacific Grove, CA, Blake Russell an Olympic Marathoner, Physical Therapist, mother of two and a resident of Pacific Grove discussed the benefits of running and how to get started safely. Blake Russell is a talented runner who ran the marathon in the Beijing […]

Adventure Running In Pursuit of Rugged and Wild Talk in October 2014
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Adventure Running In Pursuit of Rugged and Wild Talk in October 2014

In October of 2014 at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab in Pacific Grove, CA, Leor Pantilat presented a mountain photography slideshow of his many adventures in the High Sierra and along the Big Sur Coast. Leor is a lawyer by trade, adventure runner by passion and the record holder for the fastest known time […]

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Lecture in December: Raw Vegan Gluten Free Goodies Chef Demo

Date:  Saturday, December 6, 2:00 pm   at  In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab  618 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove Presents: Join Super Natural Chef Kari Bernardi for a fun filled raw, vegan, gluten free sweets and treats making demonstration. Kari will be preparing nut based goodies that are yummy and use only wholesome natural ingredients. […]

Blake Russell
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Lecture in November: The Benefits of Running & How to Get Started

Date: Tuesday, November 11, 6:30pm at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab 618 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove Presents: Learn a little bit about the benefits of running, and get some training tips with an Olympic Marathoner. Blake will discuss the benefits of running and how to get started safely. She will talk about some key […]

Wellness and Vitality Talk in July 2014
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Wellness and Vitality Talk in July 2014

In July of 2014 at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab in Pacific Grove, CA, we started  our series of monthly health talks with Heather Lauren, a student (at that time and now graduate) of Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition. Heather presented a series of 4 very informative one hour weekly talks on how to better your […]

Grief
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Lecture in September: The Effects of Grief, Loss & Stress on Your Body

Date:  Tuesday, September 16, 6:30pm at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab 618 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove Presents: The Impact of Grief, Loss and Stress on the Adrenals, Thyroid, Hormones and Neurotransmitters and how to modify your habits for optimal health with Monica Montoya, ND. Dr. Montoya will discuss: The function of the adrenals, thyroid, hormones & neurotransmitters. […]

Ka'Chava
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Review: Ka’Chava – A New Health Drink

A few months ago, I received an email from Simon Malone, the founder of a new health drink called Ka’Chava, asking me to try his new drink and see what I thought. I decided to give it a try because I liked what I saw on the ingredient list. The ingredients were very clean and […]

yerba mate
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Yerba Mate: Maybe Not So Healthy

About a year ago, my husband introduced me to an interesting drink that had recently gained popularity in the United States: yerba mate. At first, I thought it was another tea made from the Camellia sinensis bush, but after tasting it, I realized that it had distinctive differences in flavor from the teas that I […]

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The Power of a Smile

A long time ago, I decided that I was going to make a conscious effort to smile whenever I started to feel sad, frustrated or stressed. I wanted to stem the flow of negative emotions created by a poor work situation and bring out more positive, healthy feelings to replace them. The act of smiling, […]

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Coconut Oil: Health or Hype?

A few months ago, I was at the store waiting at the checkout line and I couldn’t help but notice one of the top shelves stacked with rows and rows of coconut water. I turned to my husband and asked what that was all about. My husband replied that both drinking coconut water and using […]

Thai Food
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Can Thai Food Be Healthy?

Thai food is easily my favorite Asian cuisine. And from the number of Thai restaurants that I see, I can tell I am not alone. Thai food has gained popularity in the United States because of its flavorful, aromatic dishes that are pleasing to the western palate. Most of the dishes that are produced in […]

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Your Food Is Expired! Toss It?

How many times have you thrown away food even though it smelled and looked okay because the expiration date said it was past due? You are not alone, research has shown that many of us in the United States throw away “good, edible” food because we believe that if we consume expired food we risk […]

Peanut Butter
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Peanut Butter: Pleasantly Beneficial!

Susan loved peanut butter when she was growing up. That means she loved anything with peanut butter either in it or on it. Her passion for peanut butter transcended all other foods, almost to the point of excluding anything without peanut butter. It was so extreme that during her younger years her parents were forced […]

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The Facebook Blues

Is Facebook undermining your mental health? Do you feel the need to log into Facebook a few times a day to post something or see what other people are saying or doing? Do you feel down after doing that? If you feel like Facebook is negatively impacting your mood, you are not alone. Researchers from […]

Burr Grinder
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Want Great Coffee? Use A Burr Grinder!

I love the aroma and taste of a fresh cup of coffee. Having a cup of coffee everyday starts my day off right. It awakens my senses and elevates my mood. Since my morning coffee is such an enjoyable daily ritual, I strive to create the perfect cup of coffee. Which is why I buy […]

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