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Natureworks Nutrition

I believe that each and every one of us is physically unique, from the inside out. I love that! We all have different histories, injuries and illnesses. I don’t believe there is one plan, or diet, or way of eating that fits everyone perfectly. Trying new, healthy choices and experimenting with different food groups is key. When we try something new or change how we eat in a positive way we can experience big changes in the way we look and feel. My Nutritional consulting is based on utilizing whole, nutrient dense, organic food that produces the types of noticeable changes you will love. Learn more >>

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Stillwater Yoga

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I love Lisa's yoga classes!  She is a great instructor, is very knowledgeable and makes the classes fun!  Service to her clients is her motto and I feel blessed to have her in my life! She really cares about her clients!

Sheryl S.

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I found myself lucky to have Lisa as a nutritional coach. One of the best takeaways was “make more deposits than withdrawals.” She gave me great insight to what I was eating; good & bad. I learned about foods I never heard about before & many of those are now incorporated into my everyday life. Thanks!

Brenda F.

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I have been taking Lisa’s Gentle Flow Yoga class in the summer for a few years.  It is the only class I have found that combines stretching, core work, and balance all in the same class.  I love it and miss it when I am away for the winter months.  Lisa is an exceptional teacher.

Jane B.

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Now more than any other time in my life have I really FELT how much health truly means to me and how important it is that I do my part in helping others.  
We are NOT helpless.  If nothing else good comes from this pandemic, let it be that you do have control of things that build up your health.  What you eat and how you treat your body.

I hope every single day that another person discovers that they like to cook.  Maybe even how much money it saves eating at home and MAYBE even realizing that you can boost your health my feeding yourself real/good/food.

This virus is a real threat, but maybe it is a wake up call to start focusing on the purpose of food and not how funny it is to joke about dreaming about donuts.  - and yeah, sometimes it is funny!

But-

Did you know that if you have underlying inflammation (even in levels you might not notice) you are more likely to have a harder time fighting this virus?  Eating highly processed foods dramatically increases the amount of inflammation in the body.  Inflammation is at the root of sooooo many health issues.

So-

Lets move forward.  Practice eating an anti inflammatory, immunity boosting diet while you are Staying at Home.  Exercise, actually take those supplements, and keep your home and work environments clean.  All of this will help you down the road even after this has calmed down.  

I hope that returning to normal means returning to something better. 
Better habits, better health.

After all when we keep doing things the way we have been, well keep getting the same results.  I for one would like to have the world become a kinder, safer, and healthier place to live.

Reach out if you would like some FREE ideas in meal creation from what you have in your kitchen .  Seriously, just ask.

Now more than any other time in my life have I really FELT how much health truly means to me and how important it is that I do my part in helping others.
We are NOT helpless. If nothing else good comes from this pandemic, let it be that you do have control of things that build up your health. What you eat and how you treat your body.

I hope every single day that another person discovers that they like to cook. Maybe even how much money it saves eating at home and MAYBE even realizing that you can boost your health my feeding yourself real/good/food.

This virus is a real threat, but maybe it is a wake up call to start focusing on the purpose of food and not how funny it is to joke about dreaming about donuts. - and yeah, sometimes it is funny!

But-

Did you know that if you have underlying inflammation (even in levels you might not notice) you are more likely to have a harder time fighting this virus? Eating highly processed foods dramatically increases the amount of inflammation in the body. Inflammation is at the root of sooooo many health issues.

So-

Lets move forward. Practice eating an anti inflammatory, immunity boosting diet while you are Staying at Home. Exercise, actually take those supplements, and keep your home and work environments clean. All of this will help you down the road even after this has calmed down.

I hope that returning to normal means returning to something better.
Better habits, better health.

After all when we keep doing things the way we have been, we'll keep getting the same results. I for one would like to have the world become a kinder, safer, and healthier place to live.

Reach out if you would like some FREE ideas in meal creation from what you have in your kitchen . Seriously, just ask.
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12 hours ago

I’ve loved to cook for a long time.  I love fresh produce and using it in my recipes.  What this pandemic is teaching me is that it’s a pretty fun game to create meals with pantry ingredients vs the fresh ingredients I’d prefer.   Soooooooo

If you have food you just aren’t sure how to use, message me with what you have and I’ll give you some ideas -for free!

I’ve loved to cook for a long time. I love fresh produce and using it in my recipes. What this pandemic is teaching me is that it’s a pretty fun game to create meals with pantry ingredients vs the fresh ingredients I’d prefer. Soooooooo

If you have food you just aren’t sure how to use, message me with what you have and I’ll give you some ideas -for free!
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1 day ago

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So good of you to help people! I miss produce but working on growing some. Thankful for a decently healthy pantry!

There's that cast iron skillet!

That looks pretty darn good!

What all is in the pan?

Yum!!

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Just wondering how are you using all this extra time?  Are you filling up your reserves?   Gotta say, I love my unrushed morning snuggles and coffee♥️♥️🐶☕️

Just wondering how are you using all this extra time? Are you filling up your reserves? Gotta say, I love my unrushed morning snuggles and coffee♥️♥️🐶☕️ ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Coconut oil sautéed kale - top with an egg and it’s a simple and nutrient dense breakfast that helps boost your immunity!   You are staying at home, so time to cook!   Ps. Meet my love-   That cast iron pan♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

Coconut oil sautéed kale - top with an egg and it’s a simple and nutrient dense breakfast that helps boost your immunity! You are staying at home, so time to cook! Ps. Meet my love- That cast iron pan♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Comment on Facebook

So you need to massage the kale first?

Recent Blog Posts

Simple Gingerbread Smoothie

November 19, 2019

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Avocado Deviled Eggs

March 15, 2019

         8 hard-boiled eggs (add some baking soda to the water before boiling to help peel) 1 large ripe avocado 1-2 Tbsp. Dijon mustard 1 medium tomato, chopped 1 garlic clove, chopped ¼ cup chopped white or green onion ¼ cup fresh chopped cilantro or parsley 2 Tbsp of hemp … READ MORE…

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White Bean Chicken Chili

January 9, 2019

Super easy! Super delicious! You can swap out any type of bean you like. You can also use chicken breast vs. thighs.   SERVES 6 -1 CUP PORTIONS 1 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 Sweet Onion (medium, chopped) 1 Jalapeno Pepper (seeded and chopped) 1 Red Bell Pepper (chopped) … READ MORE…

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