e waited all summer and finally we are get-
ting some amazing weather this fall; crisp,
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less skies! I’m sure we are all happy to see it and
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dition, we’ve expanded our distribution into the
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growth, green living, and the products
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and services that support good health.
and every one of you and we are so grateful for your support.
In this issue our focus is on Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity and Dr. Deanna PUBLISHERS
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symptoms and types of testing to diagnose it that are available. Dr. Marie Mammone
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the many food options that are still available to us if we look for them.
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Don’t miss the informative interview with Steve Sisgold who is the keynote
speaker at this year’s Well-Being Expo on November 21st at the Crowne Plaza in En-
field. In his new book, “What’s Your Body Telling You?” he teaches us that our bodies
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out of our heads and into our bodies. I’ll second that!
Thanks again to everyone for another exciting and successful year for Natural
Deanna M. Cherrone, M.D.
Wishing you health and happiness, Desmond Ebanks, M.D.
Ann Aresco, N.D.
Richard Duenas, D.C.
Moshe Laub, D.C.
Tom Moorcroft, D.O.
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