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CARL GERMANO, RD, CNS, CDN The Nutrition Therapy Center 971 Rte 45, Ste 106, Pomona, NY 845-499-0420 •

Carl Germano is a registered, NY Board-certified clinical nutritionist with over 30 years experience in the field of clinical nutrition and product development. Author of seven books and a frequent radio guest and developer of numerous nutritional products for the medical

and dietary supplement industries. The opening of the first Nutrition Therapy Center offers the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art nutritional services that address the concerns of those with chronic degenerative diseases to those that are performance- oriented athletes. Services include segmented body composition assessment, metabolic rate analysis, nutrition management programs and computerized diet analysis.

HEALTHY 4 LIFE Rosy McCann Northern NJ/Rockland area 914-414-3069 •

My mission is to help my clients be passionate about their health and fitness goals. Through motivation, instruction, and education, I help you live a healthy lifestyle and achieve your fitness goals. As a holistic nutrition health

coach and fitness trainer, I seek to improve your performance, energy levels, self-esteem, and overall quality of life. Customized to your specific needs, my goal is to help you improve the quality of your life. See ad, page 21.


MEDICAL CENTERS OF NORTHERN NEW JERSEY Joshua Duffy, DC 195 S Maple Ave, Ridgewood 201-689-8130 •

We provide an integrat ive medical approach that

includes chiropractic care, primary medical care for children and adults, wellness and weight-loss plans and comprehensive, on-site food-sensitivity and allergy testing. Services provided by a team that includes medical doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists. Also offer complete care for victims of automobile accidents, from medical care to insurance assistance. See ad, pages 4-5.



Relax, restore, renew. Practicing since 2002 in the Bergen County, NJ, and Rockland County, NY areas. Deep tissue release and stress reduction aid in keeping a balanced mind and body. Experience the healing power of touch. Lic # 019261-1.



Established in 1956, the MCNJ is a non-profit, all volunteer organization. Our mission is to educate, enlighten and encourage spiritual evolution. The MCNJ offers

classes, lectures, and workshops in various areas of Metaphysics and Parapsychology as well as regular free meditation groups and an annual Body, Mind and Spirit Fall Festival. We welcome all seekers at our events and invite you to join us on your journey to expand your consciousness and illuminate your life. Visit our website for program/class details and schedule. See ad, page 15.


MIND YOUR SPIRIT, LLC Bergen County NJ 201-666-8569 •

Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, meaning that when someone is in the state of hypnosis he/she has his or her subconscious mind open. Everything about a person is stored in the subconscious mind from the moment of birth to

the present moment. So, all thoughts, actions and belief systems are recorded or programmed, and in order to make life changes the re-programming can be done in the state of hypnosis. What is needed is a desire to do so, and a willingness to relax and let go. See ads, pages 15 and 22.


CHRISTINE M. OKEZIE Natural Foods Chef & Holistic Health Coach 201-889-5001

I support busy women who want to improve their health and the health of their families through better food and lifestyle choices.

I offer a life-changing program where I partner with clients to help them increase their energy, explore new foods, achieve their ideal weight without dieting, and feel confident in choosing better food for themselves and their loved ones. Are you interested in reaching your goals for your life and health? Contact me for a free 1-hr health consultation. See ad, page 14.



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