Sunday, May 14, 2017

Featured Perk: Nutrition

"Everything in moderation."

Today's featured fundraising campaign perk is the "Nutrition" Perk.

This includes some of my favorite books about learning about the basics of eating well.  Several items by author Michael Pollan and also Robin Green's (an acupuncturist who specializes in pediatrics) new book, Heal Your Child.  As my grandpa often says, "everything in moderation".  Moderation is a basic nutritional concept in East Asian Medicine and, therefore, Integrative Medicine.  These are some good, accessible resources for learning more about whole foods nutrition and nutrition basics from an integrative medicine perspective.  You may hear the wisdom from your grandparents or great-grandparents echo-ing through these books.

Contributing to this Project through this nutrition perk or any level is a great way to support the movement of integrative medicine as part of mainstream medicine in the United States.  Please contribute today.  Thank you.

The Nutrition Perk in the crowdfunding campaign includes the following:

  1. the book, In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan
  2. the book, The Omnivore's Dilemma, young reader edition by Michael Pollan
  3. the book, Food Rules by Michael Pollan
  4. the book, Heal Your Child from the Inside Out:  the 5-element way to nurturing healthy, happy kids by Robin Ray Green, L.Ac.
“Doctors should first understand the cause of disease, then treat it with diet.  Medicine should only be used if diet fails.”  --Sun Si-Miao

Contribute to support the 2017 Hospital Handbook Projects at our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign page or our website.

On the campaign page, we have several "Perks" which are incentive packages.
On this page, to contribute you can select "back it" and fill in the amount you choose.
Or, you can choose a "Perk" package.  For a package, some of your contribution goes to paying for the perk items and shipping and the rest goes directly to the Project (minus some processing fees).

Contribute directly to the website if you want as much of your contribution to go directly to Project costs as possible.

Thank you for supporting this work and this community!

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