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A Call to “Inspirational Nourishment” from the Holistic Gourmet — Pati Reiss April 27, 2009

Pati Reiss is presenting another holistic cooking class and dinner on
April 27, 2009.


A Call to Inspirational Nutrition

The Holistic Gourmet
Cooking Class and Dinner
The Holistic Gourmet: Pati Reiss
Bringing Health and Pleasure…to the Planet, One Plate at a Time

The Power of feeding the Mind, Body and Spirit!

The Power of feeding the Mind, Body and Spirit!

“Let Food Be Thy Medicine, And Thy Medicine Be Food and Let Thy Food Be Delicous” Hippocrates & Pati

Holistic Cooking Class


Wasatch Commons House
1411 Utah Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84104
April 27, 2009
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Let food be thy medicine

Let food be thy medicine

To Reserve Space: Call Pati Reiss at 801-688-2482 or


How to Cook…Delicious Foods that Heal
~ Easy Recipes that are…Scrumptious!
~ Why Food is your…”Best Medicine”
~ The…”Food Mood Connection”
~ The Healing Benefits of…Going Organic
~ Tps for…Shopping…
– Organizing your Kitchen & Office.


You will be tasting all the recipes you will be learning about and then the how to and why you want to eat for vibrance…balance and peace!

$68.00 per person
Price includes: cooking lecture…recipes…
full meal, leftovers…
***please bring small~medium container

Private Classes Available in Your Home
and Catering Available!


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People are saying — :

“Pati, I loved your class last night, you made it fun and creative.
I especially liked the millet dish. I had never known how to prepare it. The  tahini dressing was divine.
Do you have a recipe for peanut sauce? I like it on rice and vegetables.


I hope you will do a class  in April..  Joanne”


Health, Wellness and Education

Health, Wellness and Education, are themed topics at Salt Lake City Two-Day Conference and Expo, “Alternative Medicine-Live!”

Alternative Medicine-Live!
at University Park Marriott, Salt Lake City, Utah on April 4-5, 2008

Salt Lake City, UT, April 4-5, 2008 Combining the best of alternative therapies and how they are integrated into today’s modern medical and healing practices – that is the theme of the Two-Day Conference and Expo, entitled “Alternative Medicine-Live!”, to be presented on April 4-5, 2008.

This Conference and Expo will feature exhibits, presentations, lectures, refreshments, free samples and health testing. Open to both the public and also to the health care community, this is the fourth conference presented in the Salt Lake valley by the Alternative Medicine Network.

Combining, science, medicine and spirituality, this trade show reaches out to many practitioners, including chiropractors, psychologists, acupuncturists, energy healers, metaphysicians, chiropractors and M.D.’s.

Presentations and Lectures to be presented include:

Prevention and Treatment of Cancer and Chronic Diseases. Walter Wainright Founder and Chief Counselor for Haelan Research Foundation, discusses documented case studies for cancer treatment using complimentary alternative therapies.

Mind-Body Medicine, to be presented by Dr. Todd Cameron, B.S.N., N.D. is founder of the Cameron Wellness Center in Salt Lake City . His practice is based around a new paradigm in health care that recognizes the patient as healer and the doctor as facilitator.

Ms. Danielle Lin, Pioneer of “Health Talk Radio” Host and Founder of the nationally syndicated Danielle Lin Show. The Danielle Lin Show is the quintessential gateway for personal transformation and healthy living. As the pioneer of health talk radio for the Natural Product Industry, Lin has become one of the most recognized personalities on the air today. Her unwavering commitment to sustainable living is reaching a vast global audience!

Dr. Thomas Anderson, D.C.  a Chiropractor based in Holladay, Utah — having overcome his allergies through natural means and feeling passionate about the value of this work Dr. Anderson will be lecturing on this natural method for eliminating allergies.

“How to tell the Garlic from the Baloney!” Jason Chowdin of Wakunaga of America discusses how a raw food diet, daily exercise, pure water and an abundance of garlic can rejuventate vital organs

“Laughter Yoga” – The American School of Laughter Yoga will be presenting something this fairly new twist on Yoga. Numerous scientific studies have found daily laughter can help lift depression, lower blood pressure and boost the immune system, but yoga and health experts say little has been done to study the combined effects of chuckles and chakras.

“Hot Rock Pedicure” – The Skin-Works School of Advanced Skin Care will be demonstrating this relaxing and therapeutic treatment.

Tickets for the event are $35 for both days. A limited amount of complementary tickets will be distributed at locations to be announced.
To become an exhibitor, call 1-800-498-5640.

For information: http://www.Alternative-Medicine or call 1-800-498-5640

Alternative Health Summit Draws Crowds

Article orginally printed in the Salt Lake Tribune, November 24, 2006. Written by Wendy Frank.

Alternative medicine attracted the curious and those skeptical of traditional methods, to the South Towne Expo.

The Alternative Health Summit that wrapped up recently at the South Towne Expo Center served as a magnet for the curious, including medical practional Yentai Ng of West Jordan.

“I just came to check things out,” said Ng, who claims he can see people’s auras and their past lives.

Presented by Derrick Walker, founder of the Alternative Medicine Referral Network, the event was an East-meets-West convergence of medicine, science and spirituality.

“There ‘s so much to learn at each booth,” said Janet Ainsworth of Bluffdale. “I only visited four in five hours.”

All told, there were 40 booths touting the latest in nontraditional therapeutic practics and products — everything from a fermented soy beverage concocted to protect patients from the toxic effects of chemotherapy and radiation to a device that applied vibrational frequencies to supposedly boost flexibility and muscle strength.

For people plagued by a general malaise, there was an ionic-detoxification process that was said to draw toxins from the body. For an aching neck or back, there was a thermal-massage bed system. There also was Quantum Touch healing for people who tote backpacks or babies and had their hips out of line.

Natalie Bowman of Payson was impressed with the hip therapy she received from Mary Strack. “When she put her hands on my hips,” Bowman said, I felt a warmth. And when she finished, I actually felt lighter, like a weight had been lifted.”

Fad dieters at the summit had lots of information to digest, particularly from a testimonial-filled newsletter about losing inches and boosting the immune system through swallong colostrum supplements.

A huge draw at the event was the electrodermal-assessment machine, voted the world’s top light-acupuncture machine by the German Acupuncture Society. For some, a shot ofr two of exotic hand-packaged tea was energizing enough. Others gravitated to samples of dark chocolate made from unprocessed cocoa, assured they would be lowering their “bad” cholesterol, not upping their weight.

There was plenty more to devour in presentations such as “Spirituality and Healing” by special guest, Dr. Joan Borysenko, “Remote Viewing” (the ablility to perceive people and things in distant time) by Talia Shafir, “Earthing” (healing through barefoot contact with the earth) by Clint Ober, and “Feng Shui clutter clearing” by Claudia Draper.

Many at the summit said they turned to alternative medicine after more traditional approaches failed to heal their health woes.

“In my teens I became very sick,”said Terry Austin of Draper. “octors did the best they could, but that led me on a differrent journey to something bigger out there. Drugs aren’t the answer.” Added Sandy Root, also of Draper, “Whatever we can do to take charge of our medical care through self-education will enable us to make more informed choices.”

For more information about the Alternative Medicine Referral Network, call Derrick Walker at 800-498-5640,
or E-Mail Derrick@AMRN.Net