Updates

Celebrating Nine Wonderful Years

Posted on Jan 26, 2016 in Updates

Can you believe it’s been nine years since we opened our doors to the wonderful folks of Albemarle, North Carolina and surrounding areas? We are so thankful and blessed to have the best customers anywhere. Don’t forget to stop by and put your name and phone number in the glass bowl for each purchase you make! Our Anniversary party is THIS Saturday 01-30-2016 from 9 am until 5 pm! Door prizes, healthy snacks and fun!

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Fifteen Foods That Cleanse The Liver

Posted on Aug 14, 2014 in Updates

Fifteen Liver Healthy Super Foods   Carrots Green...

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New Daily Content Coming Soon

Posted on Aug 12, 2014 in Updates

The little elves behind the website are busy at work to automatically publish updates from the website over to our facebook page.

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NSMS Fundraiser & Other Updates

Posted on Nov 19, 2013 in Updates

Hello Friends, Many thanks to everyone that bought a candle to help my sons North Stanly Middlbe School fundraiser. It was a big success! The December 7th Essential Oils class is full at this time. We will be scheduling more of those in the near future. I am still taking orders for my Pampered Chef party until the end of November. Have a healthy and happy day. Kindest Regards, Nancee

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All Natural Peanut Butter in Store Today

Posted on Oct 25, 2013 in Updates

Freshly pressed all natural peanut butter at Albemarle Nutrition today. Get it while it lasts because it never lasts long.

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Kitchari

Posted on Oct 22, 2013 in Updates

Kitchari Ingredients: (Yields 4-6 servings) 1 cup Organic Basmati Rice (try to stay strict on this one — it’s among the easier grains to digest.) 2 cups mung dal (split yellow beans) (I used organic red lentils.) 6 cups (approx.) filtered tap water 2 tbs. organic ghee 3 tsp. mustard seeds (I used mustard powder as I didn’t have seeds.) 2 tsp. cumin seeds (I used powder as I didn’t have seeds.) 2 tsp. tumeric powder 2 tps. fennel powder (I used cardamom powder.) Optional sea salt (or Himalayan pink salt) to taste — this really takes the meal from bland to...

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