My nutritional therapy practice recently held its grand opening of our new office location.
I was truly overwhelmed (in a good way) with gratitude by all the people that showed up to learn about nutritional therapy, and by the sponsors who donated free samples and/or raffle items (I still have some online giveaways planned so if you missed out, make sure you are following us on Instagram and Facebook for a chance to win).
Paleo Valley sponsored a giveaway, and supplied us with samples of their grass-fed beef sticks, which were a huge hit! These are by far my favorite purse/travel/desk snack.
If you missed out, or the free sample wasn't enough, they are also offering a 30% discount site-wide through October 15 with the code: ntapgh.
In addition to their grass-fed beef sticks, I am a fan of their grass-fed organ complex. I use glandulars a lot in my practice and people do really well with them. Organ meats are a nutrient dense food, full of bioavailable B vitamin and vitamin A, as well as important minerals. I recommend that everyone incorporate more organ meats into their diet (remember how popular liver and onions used to be? There was a reason for that), but even I will admit it is very hard to sneak that into our diet. If you can't bring yourself to eat live, the grass-fed organ complex is a much easier way to make sure we are getting these important nutrients into our diet. The supplement is high-quality; I recommend it as a daily multi-vitamin.
Thanks again to all who showed up, donated, commented, liked, shared, and participated online. I'm really looking forward to bringing nutritional therapy and a "real food" philosophy to my community (something that is sorely lacking in Pittsburgh compared to other cities).
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