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Walk In Health Corrects Nutritional Imbalances at New Location

linical Nutritionist Felicia Bell Rutkowski, of Walk In Health, offers several kinds of testing to identify and correct nutritional imbalances. Her new office, at 734 Broadway, in Bayonne, serves Hudson County and the surrounding area. She uses three testing modalities to determine nutritional imbalances in the body and how to best correct them. Heart rate variability is a non-invasive, quantitative assessment of the autonomic nervous system that helps to identify and correct imbalances. Nutrition response testing applies a slight compression to certain neurological reflexes that reveals localized areas of stress, weakness and/ or dysfunction involving a particular organ or body part. Body Systems Analysis identifies an individual’s awareness of what is happening in the body, achieved via question-and-answer sessions. Clients come to Walk In Health for a variety of reasons, but many are digestive complaints, Rutkowski says. Her own painful digestive problems were healed through nutrition response testing years ago. She has been offering nutritional services since 2007.

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Food Co-op in Jersey City Welcomes New Members

he Jersey City Food Co-op, a members-only consumer cooperative, is accepting applications for membership. The co-op, founded in 2010, purchases high-quality grocery and household items for its members and provides a market for local goods, as well.

The co-op operates out of the Community Center behind St. Paul Lutheran

Church. “By purchasing food directly from the producers, reducing overhead costs and utilizing the skills and talents of its membership, the co-op can provide high- quality products at attractive prices,” says Michele Lalic, a co-op member/owner. Members share responsibilities, including short work shifts, as well as benefits. Prospective members are invited to attend an orientation that can be scheduled on the co-op’s website. A one-time investment of $110 includes a $50 online store credit. A variety of organic and healthful products from are offered through an online store and delivered to the center for pickup. Fresh produce, meat and specialty items are available through the co-op’s partnership with several area distributors, including Zone 7, Garden State Urban Farms, Lancaster Farm Fresh, Regional Access, Island Natural and Frontier Natural Products. Shelf-stable products are available as well, from such brands as Desert Essence Organics, Seventh Generation, Cabot, Lakewood Juice, Bob’s Red Mill and Equal Exchange. “We’re building a network of residents, local businesses and producers of ethically grown and produced goods across our area to build a better, healthier Jersey City,” Lalic says.

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