We (me and my Skelly) enjoy building community by holding healthy educational events…. be a full day retreat, membership in my Bones Tribe, healthy online book clubs, “food as medicine” cooking classes and health related movie nights.
Bringing together like-minded people keeps the positive energy flowing beyond ourselves. It lifts us, pampers us, educates us, and joins us to a bigger circle.
We’d love to have you be part of our growing circle.
And please share this event with friends, colleagues, yoga teachers….anyone who has bones.
I’m very excited to be presenting at Integrated Fitness in Pennington, NJ with my colleague, Vicki Sarnoff
Topic: Busting the Calcium Supplement myth based on the latest study, moving into our cooking demonstration and ending with a bone-loving shared meal.
Coconut Tandoori Chicken
Coconut Tandoori Chickpeas (vegetarian alternative)
Our award winning bone lovin’ Kale Salad
Arsenic Free Brown Rice from Blue Moon Acres
Horsetail Tea Infusion
Magnesium-rich Chia Pudding
Irma Jennings, INHC, went from the board room on Wall Street to the cutting board in her kitchen after returning to school at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2003. Her diagnosis of osteopenia created her company, Food for Healthy Bones, where she advises clients that choosing calcium-rich foods is the first step in their bone-building journey. She was part of PBS’ Premium Program: Stronger Bones Longer Life. Irma’s blog My Organic Food Stamp Challenge has been published in the Huffington Post. She blogs monthly on Food for Healthy Bones reaching 4,000 readers. Her Strong Bones and Food as Medicine cooking classes in New Hope, PA educates her community on nutrient-dense R-E-A-L foods for strong bones.
Vicki Sarnoff, INHC, is a Nutrition Educator for Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, Wellness Advocate, Personal Chef whose passions includes Food as Medicine, Young Living Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils, Bach Flower Essences, Reiki, and Patient Advocacy for the past 20 years. She is a Certified Health Coach having graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition with a certification from Columbia University Teachers College. She sees clients in her New Hope office, offers telephone consults, organic medicinal cooking classes, and lectures on the use of therapeutic essential oils for people and their animals.
Please have your bones call Irma at:
or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org