The Sprout Café is hosting a talk by Meg Richichi, Integrative Women’s Health Practitioner and Board Certified Acupuncturist, Jan. 22 6:30-8 p.m. that will address the importance of taking care of your hormones.
The free presentation, called “Connecting the Dots – Demystifying Women’s Hormone Imbalances,” will offer women the chance to have a down-to-earth conversation about their hormonal health and well-being. To register, email email@example.com.
In addition to the informative talk, The Sprout Café will be offering 15% off all beverages, and attendees can enter a drawing to win a free 90-minute nutritional consultation with Richichi — a $300 value.
The Sprout Café opened in 2007 providing a full menu of healthy organic food and juices to the Charleston area. We’ve served so many wonderful people through the years and want to share some feedback and recommendations from our customers!
Three generations of women raising the level of their health with The Sprout Café
In this photo you see three generations of women who are long-time customers at The Sprout Café. Hamer (right), visited The Sprout Café when we first opened and has been coming ever since. She encouraged her daughter, Dillard (left), and mother Angela (center) to try The Sprout Café, as well. The three of them have been regulars in the cafe for many years and often take home meals to share with family.
Q & A with Hamer
Sweet, healthy organic apples
Crisp fall weather has us thinking about crisp organic apples and all of the health benefits this popular fruit has to offer. The Sprout Café includes organic apples in many of our juices and smoothies, offering a subtle sweetness that mixes well with a wide range of vegetables and fruits.
Our signature juice is the Green Lantern, which includes fresh apple juice, fresh celery juice and a shot of wheatgrass. Check out our entire menu of juices and smoothies here.
Organic is best
Organic is an important distinction when it comes to apples because, according to the USDA, more pesticides are found on apples than any other fruit or vegetable (47).
This is one of the many reasons why we use all organic ingredients at The Sprout Cafe. If we serve it, it’s organic.
The Conscious Cooking Workshop with Michelle & Jay, fresh back from The Natural Epicurean Academy in Austin, will be held this Saturday, September 7th at the Jivamukti Yoga Studio in Mt. Pleasant, 6:45-8:45 pm.
They will blow your minds with what they’ve got going in their kitchen. You may have tasted the Quinoa Quiche and Homemade Seitan at the potluck, now learn the recipes and more! This event is perfect if you are vegan, considering becoming vegan, don’t know what vegan is, or just want to diversify your cooking repertoire to a healthily decadent alternative. You’ll be able to ask questions, receive great information and recipes, have a tasting menu, and learn how to creatively cook dishes, which you get to EAT! Come experience how delicious and easy cooking vegan is!
For more information visit the Jivamukti website at: http://www.jivamuktiyogasc.com/