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April 2015 Newsletter

P A G E 3S A R A S O T A - B R A D E N T O N The holidays are over, and it is that time again. I wouldn't exactly say resolutions, but just to get back on track after 6 weeks of cheating! My entire family loves this drink, and it only takes minutes out of my schedule to make this light and refreshing juice. These three simple ingredients are important to any health, cleanse, tune- up, or detox program. This juice is a great source of vitamin B1, C, Manga- nese, sulfur, iron, and calcium, just to name a few. Pineapples are also such a great source of Bromelain, which contains anti-inflammatory properties. This juice will help fight muscle 1 QA flower mixture is simmering, melt the butter in a large sauté pan over medium high heat. Add the leeks to the pan and sauté until just soft, about 3 minutes. Add the kale and continue to cook and stir about another 3 minutes. Step Three Drain the cau- liflower mix- ture and add to the kale and leeks. Add the additional salt and pepper. Spread in a olive oil sprayed casserole dish. Sprinkle the cheddar on top. Bake in a 350F oven until warm and bubbly, out 30 minutes. Chef Nancy Waldeck Flavorful, Fun and Healthier Ver- sion of Potatoes and Cauliflower 4 Cups Cauliflower Florets 2 Cups Chopped *Parsnips 4 Garlic Cloves 2 Tsp Fine Sea Salt, divided 2 Cups Finely Shredded Kale 4 Leeks, sliced thinly 1 Cup Shredded Irish Cheddar, (I used Dubliner from Kerrygold) ½ Tsp Black Pepper Step One Bring a stockpot water to a boil, add 1 Tsp Salt. Add the cauliflower, parsnips and garlic, reduce the heat and simmer until all are soft, about 20 minutes. Step Two While the cauli- Cancer treatment doesn’t have to be as uncomfortable as it sometimes is. I de- signed Janes medical gowns to ensure that women no longer have to feel exposed and vulnerable during medical procedures, mammograms, and exams. I know that small comforts can make a big difference. My mother and two sisters are breast cancer survivors, and I have had uter- ine cancer. My family members and I received wonderful care in state of the art facilities from knowl- edgeable and kind profession- als. Our dis- comfort came when we stepped into the changing room and were instructed to put on a standard patient examination gown. Most of us have been in this situation, clutching closed those thin, scratchy gowns. Skinny girls freeze in them, and larger girls fall out of them. Isn’t medical treatment uncom- fortable enough? There is no reason to feel this way at such a vulnerable time. Feeling comfortable, relaxed and secure during medical exams, treatment and recovery is possible. Janes medical gowns will keep you warm, stylish, and covered, contributing to a more posi- tive medical experience. Janes medical gowns make a thoughtful gift to yourself or loved one. Preserving Dignity During Treatment by Sharon Linder Rumpledethumps, a Cauliflower and Kale Gratin

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