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Food Day Aims to Help America Eat Real

Posted: Sun, Oct 23, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

"Food Day is an opportunity to celebrate real food and the movement rising to reform the American food system." — Michael Pollan

Created by the nonprofit watch dog group Center for Science in Public Interest, Food Day is a grassroots event that will be held in the United States of America for the first time on Monday, October 24, 2011 and each year thereafter.

The event purpose is to bring together Americans from all walks of life in order to reform the food system into one that is healthy, affordable, fair to farm workers and that is also produced sustainably and humanely.

Food Day's Six Main Goals:

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Despite Severe Drought Some Farmers Still Have Products to Sell But No Place

Posted: Sat, Aug 20, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

As Texas experiences one of the most costly droughts in more than a century, farmers across the state have been hit with record losses as pasture land has burned up under exceptional drought conditions. Texas farmers have been forced to quickly sell their cattle to feedlots, vegetable crops have dried up in the fields and many farmers markets have closed leaving some farmers with no place to sell their products.

The drought has greatly affected many of the East Texas farmers who also participate in the Historic Longview Farmers Market. Many went to great lengths to grow larger crops, produce more products and buy more chickens in order to participate in the market this year. The Historic Longview Farmers Market has had to temporarily close due to the drought but plans to reopen in the fall pending a break from the extreme weather conditions. The market's closure has left some of the vendors, who do not grow vegetables, without an avenue to sell their products.

If you would like to buy pasture raised eggs, artisan goat cheese, or another item such as (Read Full Article)

Gluten-Free Baking Eases Allergies

Posted: Fri, Aug 5, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

On Wednesday, August 3, 2011, the Longview News-Journal featured an article on food allergies and intolerances in the Taste section titled "Gluten-free baking eases allergies." The article written by editor Charlotte Stewart, features a family who has had to learn to cook and prepare food without gluten and other ingredients that trigger severe health conditions for a member of their family.

The article includes an interview with Danielle Heard, MS, HHC, of Artemis in the City as an expert on food allergies and intolerances.

If you would like to read the article on the Longview News-Journal's website please click here or download the newspaper pdfs page 1 and page 2.

Thank you very much Charlotte and the Longview News-Journal for including Artemis in the City in the article! We are very grateful that you thought to interview Danielle.

The following is additional information which was provided during the interview. Danielle has extensive educational training, background and also professional experience in working with people who have food allergy and intolerance issues. She specializes in helping people who have various difficult to diagnose and treat health conditions that most often is linked to their food choices. Many of Danielle's clients initially have food intolerance or allergy issues but with dietary changes they are able to regain their health.

Food allergies and intolerances can be expressed through many symptoms such as (Read Full Article)

New Autism Research Indicates Environmental Factors as Cause

Posted: Tue, Aug 2, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

New scientific research found that environmental factors increase children's susceptibility to developing autism more than genetics.

The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Institute for Human Genetics and Stanford University teamed together to lead one of the largest genetic research studies conducted to date on sets of twins to uncover genetic components of autism. Additional research was contributed by Kaiser Permanente, University of California Davis, the Autism Genetic Research Exchange and the California Department of Health.

The research study, which was funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and by Autism Speaks, found that environmental factors represented more than half of a child's susceptibility for developing autism. In the most severe cases of autism, environmental factors represented 55% and even higher at 58% as a cause of broad spectrum disorders. Genetics represented (Read Full Article)

The World's First Breastfeeding Baby Doll Comes to the US

Posted: Mon, Aug 1, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

I received an email today from my younger brother who wrote to say that my four-year-old niece is so completely fascinated by her new baby brother that she is even trying to breastfeed her monkey. I then realized that there is a need for The Breast Milk Baby.

Parents are the primary role models for their children. Their behavior is monitored ever so closely by their kids who often at a young age will confess that they want to grow up to be just like their mommy or daddy. Pretending to be parents is part of play that eventually leads to adult behavior so it is only natural for a child who views her mother breastfeeding a younger sibling to try to emulate breastfeeding.

The Breast Milk Baby is a new doll that comes with a halter for the child to wear that has two flowers on it to represent breasts. When the doll is placed near the flowers, (Read Full Article)

HLFM Farmers Market Temporarily Closes Due to Extreme Heat

Posted: Sun, Jul 31, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Despite this season being one of the driest and hottest on record for East Texas, the Historic Longview Farmers Market has delivered a wide variety of beautiful vegetables and other farm products to its customers each week since reopening in April. But with two months of triple digit heat, the farmers' gardens have come to a halt. The Historic Longview Farmers Market will be taking a short break and will reopen as soon as more produce is ready.

As I write this update, it is a scorching 104 degrees outside. The weekly weather forecast calls for another week of over 100 degree weather with the possibility of reaching 108 degrees. It is HOT! According to the US Drought Monitor, East Texas is experiencing extreme and exceptional drought conditions.

The Historic Longview Farmers Market is not closed for a definitive time frame but (Read Full Article)

Nursing Moms Attempt to Break Record in the Big Latch On

Posted: Fri, Jul 29, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Thousands of nursing mothers and their babies will join together on Saturday, August 6, 2011, to attempt to break the world record for the most mothers who are breastfeeding simultaneously. The event titled the Big Latch On, will be held at 10:30 AM local time within participating cities worldwide.

The event first started in 2005 by the Women's Health Action Trust in New Zealand as part of World Breastfeeding Week. The event was later introduced by Joanne Edwards in 2010 to Portland, Oregon which brought the event to the United States

The 2011 Big Latch On US event is in collaboration with the La Leche League USA organization. The event will be held during World Breastfeeding Week, which runs August 1-7, to increase awareness of breastfeeding and solidarity among nursing mothers.

The theme for World Breastfeeding Week is "Talk to me! Breastfeeding - a 3D Experience" which highlights communication as an essential element necessary for protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding. World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated in more than 170 countries.

To further support (Read Full Article)

A New Kind of Milk Truck Rescues Breastfeeders

Posted: Sun, Jul 24, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

A new kind of milk truck is coming to Pittsburgh, PA. to help rescue breastfeeding women and to enable babies to eat anywhere at anytime.

In the state of Pennsylvania, as well as the majority of states within the US, there are breastfeeding laws that specifically allow mothers to breastfeed their babies in any public or private location, yet many women are still being discouraged and often are given a hard time.

According to Jill Miller, artist and faculty member in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA., despite the breastfeeding laws, women who are breastfeeding in public are being harassed and asked to leave or to go to the bathroom to feed their baby. Ms. Miller said, "My team and I have a simple belief that hungry babies should be able to eat anywhere at anytime." This is why she created The Milk Truck.

The Milk Truck will be part of the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial at the Andy Warhol Museum from September 26 - December 10. During this time frame, the truck will be a (Read Full Article)

Asbury Park's Doctor Teams Up with Artemis!

Posted: Sun, Jul 17, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

An apple a day might ring true and keep the doctor away for many people who are focusing on living a healthy life, but for many residents living in Asbury Park, NJ., their doctor is someone they want to see and who they trust.

Last year I began a business partnership with Dr. Angelo Chinnici, an internal medicine doctor and long time resident of Asbury Park. We met by chance through the Internet as he came across my website. After reviewing my information and background, he began to refer patients to me that he believed could benefit from my health counseling services and support.

Eager to meet each other in person, a trip to Asbury Park was planned during my recent trip to New York City. Not only did we meet but we also organized and held a health event, "Wellness Through Whole Food Nutrition" at his office while I was there.

Dr. Chinnici and I spent the day touring his beautiful office (which is also his home), meeting his staff and shopping for the event that night. He took me to a fabulous health food store in the area, Dean's Natural Food Market, where we had fun shopping together and ate some delicious raw collard wraps and drank green vegetable juice!

Everywhere we went, (Please read full article)

Artemis is Coming to New York City!

Posted: Sun, Apr 17, 2011
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

Artemis in the City is heading to New York City this spring to see clients, business colleagues and friends! She will be there May 28th through June 5th.

If you are interested in becoming a client and would like to have the opportunity to meet with Danielle in person, call to schedule a health history intake session 866-330-5421 or send us an email.

Friends and colleagues, please get in touch to plan a time to get together with Danielle while she is in town. After 2 ½ years, it will be great seeing everyone!


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