• Our first Commit to Change weekend flew by and we are so very grateful for your participation! We trust that you are exploring what you've learned about how to support your health with a good diet and lifestyle.
• This is a gentle reminder to get in a daily walk, and a strenuous hike when you can.
• Get outside and breathe in some phytoncides. These are antimicrobial substances produced by plants! They're widely used in Asian medicinal traditions.
• Have you heard of “Shinrin-yoku”? This Japanese term translates to “forest bathing.” Walking in the woods provides relaxation and reduces stress.
• Here is an article on why a walk in the woods is good for you!
• We have prepared a downloadable recipe booklet for you and you will find it on the private page for our group—the password is C2CMVVT.
• Many of you have been asking for resources and sources. We have added to the private page with a list of web sites, products and suppliers that we think are good.
• And here is a recipe for the paté. I am sorry that I froze it and we were unable to enjoy it at the retreat! I promise to have a big batch when you arrive in October at Big Picture Farm.
• I ordered Pique Tea last month and they sent me this guide on intermittent fasting. You can download your own copy. Additionally, there is a 28-day intermittent fasting challenge in May. Intermittent fasting and the keto diet can be a bit tricky, but this guide breaks it all down with different
• Please encourage others to join us this October: Although Commit to Change was designed as a two-part series, we are confident that first-timers will get enormous benefit from joining us in October. We have room down the street at an Airbnb for
more participants. Plus, Big Picture Farm is just beautiful.