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Eat Your Way To Wellness This Autumn

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The leaves are falling, evenings are getting darker and the temperatures are dropping. It can only mean one thing: Autumn is here!

 

But just because the leaves are falling, it’s no reason to let our eating standards fall! Don’t allow our good work over the summer to be replaced by bad habits again.

 

According to Chinese medicine, Autumn energy corresponds to the Metal element and is especially influential over the lungs and colon. Autumn is a time to slow down after the high pace of summer; eating at this time of year is all about tapping into the rich bounty of the harvest.

 

Many foods ripen in Autumn and can be eaten immediately or dried and stored for the winter and beyond: roots, grains, seeds and squashes are good examples that you will appreciate in the months ahead.

 

Please scroll down to check our specials and read our featured article,

7 Foods For Wellness This Autumn to learn about seven of the foods to focus on this Autumn to maintain wellness, health and happiness…



From all of us here at Cryo Spa Natural Healing Center, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Black Friday Blowout

 

Don’t know what to get people on your list?

Skip the long shopping lines and give that special someone a spa gift card! They are the most popular gift-giving idea. You don’t want to miss this!

Purchase a $100 Gift Card and receive 

Four (4) $25 Gift Cards FREE!

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You can give these four $25 Gift Cards to family members, friends, your child’s teachers, your mailman, anyone!


* Good on Black Friday Only! The free $25 Gift Cards must be used one at a time and are not valid with other discounts. Must be used toward any service that is $100 or higher.

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Small Business Saturday Special

Show your appreciation for local, small businesses! Don’t miss out on this Buy One, Get One Free opportunity!

Treat yourself to a Cryotherapy Session and receive a treatment of equal or lesser value FREE*!

 

* Valid on Saturday, November 25th ONLY.

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Did you miss out on Black Friday?

 

Don’t worry, we have you covered!

When you purchase a $100 Gift Card, you will receive one (1) $25 Gift Card *!

* The Gift Card must be used one at a time and is not valid with other discounts. It may be given to friends and family members! Must be used toward purchases of $100 or higher.

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Is all the holiday shopping stressing you out?

Experience a therapeutic massage and escape from all the madness. Cash in some time out!

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage is a great option to strengthen your immune system and keep your body protected! 

Receive a FREE BioMat add-on OR get 50% OFF the Microbial Defense Herbal Supplements!

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The slowdown in energy that autumn entails also extends to cooking times. This is very important for how the body ‘processes’ food: slow-cooked foods like soups, stews, and baked dishes replace the raw and quickly cooked foods of summer.

1. Go Big On Autumn Fruits
Summer may be over – but no need to stop the fruits. Many beautiful fruits are ready for harvest at this time of year including grapes, apples, and pears. Peaches and nectarines are also abundant, as are many of the berry fruits. They can be eaten raw or cooked.

2. Slow-Cook Root Veggies
Roots are wonderful for energy, strength, digestion, and the lungs, containing a wide variety of vitamins and goodness. Potatoes, carrots, turnips, onions, parsnips, beets, and sweet potatoes should be put to good use this autumn.

3. Go A Little Nutty
Great for snacking as well as including in slow-cooked food, fresh nuts and seeds (not processed) provide energy and nutrition, strengthening the body and adding ‘good’ fat content to the diet. This helps to build Yin energy.

4.Time For The Lentils
Wonderful in soups, stews, and dips, it’s time to get the lentils working for you. They are high in fiber, protein and vitamins and help to regulate blood sugar levels, strengthen the body, and rejuvenate the kidneys and adrenal glands.

5. More Mushrooms
Mushrooms are also a great autumn food – especially for the lungs and kidneys. If you’ve got too many, dry them and use them in the months ahead as they add nutrition to winter stews and hotpots.

6. Get Squashed
The many varieties of winter squash available provide balance, stability and warmth for the body. They also taste great with natural sweetness and are high in important vitamins (including B1, B6, and C) as well as potassium and folic acid.

7. Herbs and Spices
Stews, soups, and sauces are also great for adding a wide selection of fresh, pungent herbs and spices. Many of these help the lungs and colon, including ginger. cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. They help to break down phlegm and mucus and improve digestion.

If you need dietary assistance or help with general well-being this Autumn, we’re available for a range of treatments and Oriental Medicine-Based Dietary Consultations. Just call 215-355-3929 or email us at: CryoSpaUsa@gmail.com.

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This holiday season, try a different spin on traditional turkey dishes with this hearty and tasty recipe! It’s a great alternative to beef and rice stuffed peppers as well as being a healthier choice because it contains turkey and nutritious vegetables. Enjoy these delicious Turkey Stuffed Peppers this winter and savor every bite!

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See you soon at Cryo Spa Natural Healing Center!

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Email: CryoSpaUSA@gmail.com

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