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14• May 2018 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC.


BIG spRing Guide 5 Foods That Actually Brighten Your Smile! By Dr. Yolanda Mangrum ~ drmangrum@petalumadental.com


Petaluma, CA. ~ We’ve all been told to avoid coffee, red wine, and dark berries to keep your teeth pearly white.


So what can you eat to


BRIGHTEN your smile? Here are my top favorites.


1. Strawberries Don’t let the red color fool you- Strawberries are full of Malic acid which acts as a natural astringent which removes tooth stains and discoloration.


2. Seed and Nuts The crunchy texture of almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds and the likes, act as an exfoliator, scrub-


bing the surface stains on your teeth.


3. Milk and Yogurt


Dairy prod- ucts like milk and yogurt contain Lac- tic acid and calcium that not only whit- en teeth but strengthen them too.


4. Vegeta-


bles like Broccoli and Car- rots


Crunchy, coarse vegetables are high in fiber and act as scrub- bing agents for your teeth. They are good for the rest of you too!


baking soda, which acts like a bleaching agent. The “soda” is ac- tually a form of salt that scrubs off plaque and surface stains.


So spring-clean your teeth today with some of these natural treats.


TK-8th Grade Home Study Program Now enrolling for 2018-19! Limited space available!


What are the Benefits of Free Homeschooling with RVUSD?


• Individualized support from our team of credentialed teachers.


• Students progress at their own pace.


• Curriculum and learning tools provided for free.


• Access to classroom music, band, orchestra, art, science, PE, and other programs.


• Weekly enrichment classes offered for all grades.


• Networking, field trips, and community events.


• Support to international and domestic traveling families.


Find out more by calling Emily Davis, Home Study Coordinator at 707-539-6060 x 4394 or emailing edavis@rvusd.org


14 • May 2018 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC.


Available on iTunes and Amazon Joanne L. Mumola Williams, PhD


Download these Delicious Live-Changing Recipes Today!


5. Baking Soda Switch it up and try brushing with


Petaluma, CA. ~ For the first time ever on opening night, En Vogue will bring their timeless sound and age-defying beauty to the Petaluma Stage.


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ The North Bay Sinfonietta, a chamber or- chestra under the auspices of the Santa Rosa Junior College, will present their final concert of the season under the direc- tion of its Founder/Conductor Cynthia Weichel, on Friday, May 11, 2018 - 8:00 pm at the Church of the Incarnation (550 Mendocino Ave.). The concert features two professional vio- linists Sid Page and Anthony Martin. They return to their hometown to play J.S. Bach’s beloved Double Violin Concer- to. General admission tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door prior to the concert. 707.528.8884 ~ Contact Cyn- thia: cindylou@sonic.net


Double Delight! May 11, 2018


JOKES & Humor # 4


There are three old men seated inside a doctor’s cabin - all suffering from bad memory. The doctor wants to take a little test - so he asks the first old man, “Can you tell me what is four times four?”


The first man replies, “756”. The doctor can’t believe this. So he moves on to the second old man asks him, “Your turn. What is four times four?” The second man replies, “Friday”.


The doctor shakes his head in disbelief and then asks the third man, “Do you think you have the answer?” The third old man replies, “Sixteen”.


“Wonderful!” says the doctor. “How did you get that?”


“Easy,” the third old man replies, “Just add 756 to Friday.”


May’s Early Dawn


... continued from page 10


trees with an organic acid-lov- ing mix and if ants are crawling about use sticky tangle foot to stop them. Citrus also enjoy used coffee grounds stirred in the top few inches of soil. Roasters offer bagged used grounds around town and certainly save your own. The used paper filters are fine to add to the compost as well.


Soft pink apple blossoms fade giving way to tiny green fruits, Asian pears and juicy plums are swelling. Early mornings are filled with bird-song, echoing from tree tops. Giant terra cotta pots of herbs can be placed about the garden and fragrance is beginning to per- meate the air as April transforms itself into May. We may think we are nurturing the garden but I do believe the garden is nurturing us. Claude Monet said his garden was his most beautiful masterpiece and I hope yours is becoming that for you.


Whatever good things we build end up building us. ~ Jim Rohn


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