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“If a person is living out his Personal Legend, he knows everything he needs to know. There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.” — Paulo Coelho - The Alchemist
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Artemis in the City Blog

Artemis Featured in Growing Magazine

Posted: Mon, Aug 5, 2013
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Artemis in the City is very happy to announce that we were featured in the July 2013 issue of Growing magazine. The national farming magazine is published by Moose River Media and has a print circulation of 20,000 with additional online presence.

We are very honored to have had the opportunity to be interviewed and featured in Growing magazine in the article titled "Selling Customers on Healthy Produce." The article focus is on the health of Americans and the growing market for fresh, local and sustainable (ie organic quality) food. If you would like to read the article online, which appears on pages 20-24 of the magazine, click here. You can also read and print the article by clicking on the following pdfs: page 1, page 2, page 3, page 4, page 5, page 6.

Thank you very much David Weinstock and Curt Harler for writing such a great article and thank you Stephanie Peake and Moose River Media for including Artemis in the City in Growing magazine! We are very grateful (Please read full article.)

Historic Longview Farmers Market Reopens for FY 2013!

Posted: Tue, Mar 26, 2013
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Spring is here and it is time to get back to shopping at our wonderful local farmers markets! Knowing where your food comes from and how it is grown is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. By shopping at your local farmers markets, you can buy nutrient dense whole foods grown with care that are freshly harvested, higher in antioxidants, are non-irradiated and that often costs less than what you might find in a supermarket. It also enables you to develop relationships directly with the people who are growing and raising your food, and helps to grow your local economy — something every city needs!

When shopping at local farmers markets, make sure to ask the farmers lots of questions to confirm they are growing sustainably without harmful chemicals and pesticides, and that they are pasture raising animals humanely without GMO feed. Just because products are grown or raised locally, does not always mean that it was grown with organic practices or humanely.

Don't be afraid to ask questions and to even walk away from nice sweet farmers who are not growing sustainably or who cannot confirm the way they are growing what they are selling. With practice, you will be able to identify who is growing with organic practices and those who are not. If you ask a farmer if they feeding their chickens GMO seeds and they can't answer the question,

Americans Die Younger Than Peers - Fixing A Broken Healthcare System

Posted: Sun, Mar 10, 2013
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was developed to help provide affordable healthcare to millions of Americans who currently don't have it and to also address various unethical business practices by the healthcare and insurance companies. But will providing the existing level of medical care to more people address the skyrocketing rates of disease and lead to better medical care and a healthier society? Leading Integrative Medicine doctor, Andrew Weil, MD says, NO! "The present system doesn't work, and it is going to take us down. We need a whole new kind of medicine," says Dr. Weil, who is the founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona.

On Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. ET on CNN the new movie documentary "Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare," will air. The focus of the documentary is on America's low rankings in health among peer countries, the causes of poor health, the problems with the US medical system and some solutions.

According to new research released by the National Academy of Sciences in January 2013, Americans live shorter lives and are in poorer health than other high-income countries. Out of 17 high-income economic peer countries, American men rank

Humane Lobby Day 2013 - Give a Voice to Animals!

Posted: Wed, Feb 20, 2013
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Many of you are as concerned as I am about the rights of animals and their treatment. Meeting with your state legislators is one of the best ways to let your representatives know about your concerns and the need for legislative changes. Certainly calling and writing letters are also very effective, but meeting with legislators in person can have a far greater impact and can give a voice to animals who can't speak for themselves.

To create change it takes the support of many people. This is why I hope that you will consider attending one of the Humane Lobby Day events this year that is sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States. If you live in Texas, the Humane Lobby Day event will be held on March 14, 2013 in Austin, Texas. To find out more information

Overcoming Type 2 Diabetes with Diet

Posted: Sat, Dec 22, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

On August 16, 2012, I received an email from a woman who I had worked with two years ago. She said, “Wow...what can I say. Things have really spun out of control for me. I just received the call from my doctor saying I have Type 2 Diabetes. I have felt like crap after those last two rounds of Prednisone. Now this!”

This news from my former client was very surprising. She had experienced a lot of success in my health program. She had lost weight and had identified many of the foods that were triggering food allergies which caused severe respiratory, body pain and skin reactions. She had been doing so well that she had entered into a master’s degree program to work towards her professional dream. She had no prior history of blood sugar issues or had ever been diagnosed with diabetes.

Upon viewing her blood test results, her doctor wrote a prescription for insulin and sent her to diabetes educators for training. Throughout her appointments, these health care providers all informed her that she would need to take insulin for the rest of her life. Naturally, she was extremely devastated by this news and felt hopeless. She contacted me immediately and requested an appointment that same day.

During our meeting we discussed the impact Prednisone can have on a person’s health and that it can cause (Read Full Article)

The Story Behind the Name Artemis in the City

Posted: Mon, Dec 10, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

People often ask me about the name of my company and why I chose Artemis. About 10 years ago I worked for someone who told me that a company name should reflect something personal and meaningful to you. At the time, he had a company which he had named Go Fat Free because he said he was always on a diet.

So when I began thinking of names for my company, I went through a long list of words trying to fit them together into a perfect name that would also be meaningful and convey the mission of my business.

I have always loved and related to the Greek goddess Artemis. I own various paintings and statues of Artemis and while living in New York City had an email address for myself which was Artemisinthecity@. After days of racking my brain for the perfect company name, and adamant that I did not want a company name with the word Wellness in it like thousands of others, my mother said, “I like Artemis in the City.”

At first I thought my mother was joking and I didn’t really take it very seriously. But then I thought about what my former boss and friend had said about company names. So I began working with the name and realized its great potential and symbolism and that it also represented something personal to me.

As I began visioning my company’s brand identity and logo, I knew that I wanted to create an icon that was memorable. The Greek goddess Artemis became my icon for my company. In Greek mythology, Artemis represents (Read Full Article)

Artemis Recipe Featured in South African Magazine

Posted: Mon, Dec 3, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Artemis in the City is excited to announce that one of our delicious recipes is featured this month in the December 2012 issue of CapeGate Life Magazine. The magazine is published for the CapeGate Shopping Precinct which is located in Cape Town, South Africa and has a circulation of 40,000!

We feel honored to be featured in CapeGate Life Magazine's Healthy Living section in the article titled "Eat Yourself Healthy." If you would like to read the article which appears on page 8 of the magazine, click here.

Thank you very much Pieter Loftus of Neo Blend Marketing and Cape Gate Shopping Precinct for including Artemis in the City in the article! We are very grateful to have the opportunity to let people know that eating healthy is also delicious!

Please click here to read the client testimonials and the complete success stories of some of Artemis in the City's clients who have greatly improved their health and reversed health issues by improving their diet.

Please click here to learn more about Artemis in the City's Holistic Nutrition Programs and Services.

Please click here to learn more about Danielle.

Dietary Changes Heal Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, IBS, and Arthritis

Posted: Fri, Sep 28, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Many people around the world suffer from chronic pain and fatigue known as Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Both men and women afflicted are prescribed many various anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, and pain medications but nothing really helps them regain their health and the medications often cause additional serious health problems. These people will often tell their friends, family and other members of online support groups that they are praying for a cure - a miracle drug - that will heal all that ails them.

There are many reasons why a person can be experiencing chronic pain and fatigue. These conditions usually are caused by a combination of many health, nutrition and lifestyle issues that is very complex which conventional methods of treatment do not know how to address. It is truly unfortunate that so many people are not receiving the help and support that they need to overcome these debilitating conditions. They feel hopeless and depressed, are lost in a never ending cycle of medical care and drugs, and tragically some commit suicide.

The primary reason why (Read Full Article)

Now Offering Food & Chemical Sensitivity Testing!

Posted: Wed, Sep 12, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Artemis in the City is very excited to announce that we now offer food and chemical sensitivity testing, also known as intolerance testing or antigen allergy testing, to clients based anywhere within the United States!

Through our partnership with a worldwide market leader in food and chemical sensitivity testing, we are able to help our clients better address complex health issues by helping them to identify foods and chemicals that can be directly linked to chronic inflammatory and metabolic disorders.

Click here for more information!

If you would like to schedule an appointment with Artemis in the City to review your health history and discuss if food and chemical sensitivity testing would be beneficial for you, please click here to complete the health history form and get started TODAY!

 

Help Artemis in the City Win a Small Business Grant - We Need Your Vote

Posted: Mon, Jun 18, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Artemis in the City needs your help! We are counting on YOU!

We meet the requirements to register for a $250,000 small business grant from Chase and LivingSocial, but we must also have 250 votes from friends like you who support the work that we are doing in order to qualify for the grant!

Please help Artemis in the City by voting for us today! It is very simple and will only take a minute of your time!

To vote for us, go to the Mission Small Business website. Once there, you must login with your Facebook account. The login is located on the right side of the webpage and says "Log in & Support." If you are already logged in to your Facebook page, it will automatically sign you in once you click on the "Log in & Support" button. If not, you will be directed to the Facebook log in where you will type in your Facebook sign in information just as you normally do when you log in to your Facebook account. You will actually see a Facebook log in popup. Once you are logged in to the Mission Small Business website you will be asked to enter the name and state of the company you wish to vote for. Please type Artemis in the City and Texas in the boxes and then hit the SEARCH button! Our company name with address will show below in the listing with a blue VOTE button! You might have to scroll down a little to see it on your screen. It will be underneath the search boxes. To see a photo of what the page should look like, click here. PLEASE VOTE FOR US TODAY! The deadline date to vote is June 30, 2012 and we need lots of votes!

Thank you very much in advance for your interest and support of Artemis in the City and the work that we are doing to help educate and empower people to take control of their own health and well-being; make better health choices; prevent (Read Full Article)

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