Attached (and copied below) is information concerning the quarterly meeting of the Chester County Chapter of the Weston A Price Foundation
This month, we will be focusing on children's health and nutrition.
Please drop me a line with any questions , and to let me know if you are planning to attend, so that we can plan accordingly.
All the best,
PS- Please feel free to print off a copy and leave it wherever you think there may be an interest!!
WESTON A. PRICE
CHESTER COUNTY CHAPTER PRESENTS
Radiant Health for Children and Their Parents
Who: *Andrea Stevens, M.S., C.N.S. Clinical Nutritionist http://www.healthbasics.net/
* Alicia Gromicko, Mommy of 3 Wise Traditions Children
What: Weston A. Price chapter meeting - August 15th
Where: Serena Hall
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills
1045 Pughtown Rd. Kimberton, Pa. 19442www.camphillkimberton.org
> for directions.
Follow the driveway up toward the Café. Serena Hall is the blue building on your right before you hit the café. Parking is available in adjacent lots. Please walk around back to the entrance.
When: August 15, 2007 7-9pm
Doors open at 6:30 to peruse vendor tables- selling their nutrient dense food Meeting starts at 7:00
Please pass the word along to friends and family.
Suggested $2 donation to cover costs of the room and mailings.
Please email me or Annmarie if you plan to join firstname.lastname@example.org@verizon.net
Be in health, Alicia Gromicko & Annmarie Butera
Andrea Stevens received a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition at the University of Bridgeport after working for years as a registered nurse. Now, as a Certified Nutrition Specialist, Andrea focuses her practice on healing by addressing the cause of illness and helping the body repair. She holds a firm belief in the inherent power, wisdom and uniqueness of each individual. She believes that eating natural, unaltered, whole foods grown or raised in a health and socially responsible manner, along with proper digestive system processing of those foods, are key to achieving optimal health, energy and vitality.
Much of her practice now consists of working with families of children with neurological disorders such as Autism. She sees amazing results with these children when they are able to detoxify and rebuild by addressing underlying digestive system disorders.
Alicia Gromicko has been practicing the ideas in Nourishing Traditions for seven years. She’s been a chapter leader for two years and will be sharing the practical, family friendly techniques she uses in her kitchen.