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At Beaming we are mindful of the produce we select for our juices, smoothies, and food dishes in order to avoid chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fungacides and genetically modified produce. While we would love have all of our produce be ‘certified organic’, we’ve actually found that better quality foods often come from local growers who […]
by Guest Blogger, Sara Christensen Admit it. We’ve all tried at least one irresistible, fad diet that promised magical results like “lose 10 pounds in 10 days!” Maybe it was the grapefruit diet, the master cleanse, the banana diet, eating no fat, the cabbage soup, eliminating carbs, the baby food diet or another seductive, promise-filled claim. […]
We often consider ourselves smart consumers and label readers, but do you really know what’s in your food? All those labels slapped on the front of a box or package of food that is calling you to pull it off the shelf and into your basket it just that – a sales pitch. Don’t let […]
It’s nearly Halloween and who doesn’t love this holiday? We can’t resist putting on a costume, cutting eye-holes in a ghostly white sheet, and mixing up some bewitchingly Beam-worthy halloween treats. If you missed Julie Morris’s Healthy Halloween Treats Class you’re still in luck. We’ve supplied a few of her ghoul-icious superfood recipes that will […]
Meet Emily Potter, Clinical Nutritionist at The Whole Journey and Claire Petretti, Breast Cancer Survivor and Yoga Instructor. This dynamic duo will be leading a workshop at Beaming this Tuesday evening October 22nd at 6:30pm teaching you how to use food as medicine when combating cancer. You’ll learn how to test your pH and alkalize the body, as well as gentle […]
Iodine is present in every organ and tissue in your body and is necessary in order for the thyroid gland to produce adequate amounts of thyroid hormones. In my clinical experience, iodine is also one of the best support minerals for acne and eczema. Historically iodine has been used to treat syphilis, malaria, scarlet fever, obesity, depression, pneumonia, uterine fibroids and prostatic hypertrophy.