SUBIAS CAFÉ AND MARKETPLACE 506 Jersey Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302 201-432-7639 SubiasOrganic.com
Vegan café and marketplace offer- ing an extensive menu of salads, sandwiches, fresh- pressed juices, glu-
ten-free menu, coffee and tea bar, smoothies and more. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Healthy catering for all occasions up to 100 people. Visit our healthy marketplace and pick up your must have grocery items and produce while you’re here. See ad, page 21.
HEALTH FOOD STORE
ORGANIC BASIC FOOD, LLC 204 Washington St, Hoboken 201-610-1100 OrganicBasicFood.com
Hoboken’s finest health food store serving Hudson County and the surrounding area. Large selection of gluten-free, raw, organic, vegan, bulk bins, personal care, vitamins, supplements, etc. Open 7 days
a week, 9am to 9pm. Professional experienced staff on hand for consultations. See ad, page 19.
INTEGRATIVE HEALING ARTS
THE TRANQUIL JOURNEY Located inside Seasonal Health 117 Washington St, 2nd Fl Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-927-0456 TheTranquilJourney.com
A Integrative Healing Arts practitioner, Gail is a National Board Certified Holistic Nurse and a Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner. In her practice she offers IGM(R) Therapeutic Acupressure ( no needles), Reiki and Clinical Aromatherapy to achieve mind,
body and spirit balance, relieve pain ,insomnia and dysfunction among many other aliments. See ad, page 7.
NATURAL HEALTH AND BEAUTY
CECILE’S OF HOBOKEN 917-499-7449 Call for your personal appointment CecilesOfHoboken.com
Cecile’s of Hoboken: Handmade and Custom Soaps, Salt Glows and the Ult imate Lip Conditioner. We create exceptional products in small batches. Uniquely rich in
antioxidants and plant-based nutrition, we never use synthetic detergents or petroleum-based additives. Made-to-order formulas and unique bathing luxuries are also available. Mention this ad and receive 10% off.
BELLE+BELLA 339-970-9888 BelleAndBella.com
Non-dairy yogurt starter and new Yogo home yogurt maker by belle+bella. Make your own non-dairy, gluten-free, non- GMO yogurt at home. No additives or preservatives. Two billion live cultures. Makes up
to 2 quarts. Great for casein and gluten-free diets . See ad, page 15.
SUPER BLUE STUFF BY BLUE SPRING BlueStuffNow.com
Fast, natural pain relief from Blue Spring. Super Blue Stuff is an all-natural topical
pain relief product. Arthritis, joint pain, muscle pain, sprains, strains and bruises. See ad, page 37.
THE ORGANIC MATTRESS STORE 866-246-9866 TheOrganicMattressStore.com
Largest selection on the East Coast of organic mattresses, comforters, sheets pillows
and more. Call for a free 2013 catalog. Family- owned business since 2004. Franchise opportunities available. See ad, page 20.
PET SERVICES & PRODUCTS
HOLISTIC PET CARE 125 Paterson Ave, Little Falls 973-256-3899 HolisticPetCareNJ.com
Dr. Gerald Buchoff has been a licensed veterinarian practicing for over 25 years. Combining conventional and alternative treatments. Offering VOM Chiropractic Adjustments, acupuncture, ozone therapy, homeopathy, cold laser therapy, Reiki, essential oils and more. See ad, page 31.
VPI PET INSURANCE Affordable Pet Insurance 888-PROTECT PetInsurance.com/Affiliates/NAHudson
Affordable pet insurance coverage. Reimbursement for veterinary treatments including prescriptions, lab fees, flea and heartworm prevention and hospitalization. Mention Natural Awakenings magazine and receive a 5% discount. See ad, page 33.
HUDSON PREMIER PHYSICAL THERAPY AND SPORTS 4800 Broadway St, Ste 212 Union City, NJ 07087 877-576-4681 Hudson-PT.com
Sandra Gail Frayna, PT brings over 8 years of experience to HPPS, a physical therapy facility offering the latest in pain therapy using the FDA-approved ML830 Cold Laser for muscle, tendon, nerve and tissue repair. Medical massage and weight loss management also available.
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