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Kids Summer Organic Gluten-free Dinner Camp with Dr. Naumes

9 Aug

Cooking Camp

We will base our dinners on whole foods organic gluten-free ingredients.  Each day we will prep, cook, clean, set the table, and then eat the meal we prepared together.

When: Monday August 18th – Friday August 21st 2-5pm

Ages: 7-12

Please email for pricing and location!

Gaia – Coming Soon!

8 Jul

Gaia Creations

Coming soon!  Gaia bag made exclusively for Dr. Naumes Holistic wellness clients.  Gaia creations are handmade with care by women in need in the Dallas, TX area, using vintage, repurposed, or sustainable materials.

Local Healthy Food Field Trip in Dallas!

24 Jun

yummy salad

A valued and long term client shared the following invaluable information with us. Please enjoy!

Years ago, I remember visiting Central Market for the first time and feeling intimidated to see such a variety of unfamiliar food.  This experience sparked an interest in visting a number of local farmer’s markets, and really learning about ingredients and where our food comes from. Nearly a decade has passed and I still love discovering new ingredients and visiting with local farmers who have a passion for the food they offer.
On a recent trip to Hood River, Oregon, my wife and I enjoyed a day touring a local “Fruit Loop” which included a number of local farms.  The drive included farms with apples, cherries and peaches in season, a lavender farm, and an alpaca farm/yarn shop where they breed Alpacas and sell handspun yarn from the fleece.
In that spirit, I’d like to share a few destinations local to the North Dallas area that would make for a fun “food field trip” one Saturday. You’ll want to bring along an ice chest!
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Start in Plano at the Lucky Layla Farm store at Lavon Farms.  Discover raw, unpasteurized cow’s milk, drinkable yogurts, handcrafted cheeses, butter and caramel milk.
Lavon Farms: http://www.lavonfarms.com, 3721 N. Jupiter Rd
Mon-Sat 9-6, 972-423-8080
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Continue North to McKinney to visit Matt at Local Yocal and discover Wagyu steak at its best! Consider signing up for a Steak 101 class to learn where the various cuts of steak come from, how meat is aged, and best of all how to cook it to perfection yourself!  Come hungry for lunch because in the class you’ll sample each cut of steak cooked with wood charcoal on an outdoor pit.
Local Yocal: http://www.localyocalfarmtomarket.com, 213 N Tennessee St.
Mon-Sat 8-6, 469-952-3838
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From McKinney, find FM-543/Weston Rd off of US-75 and enjoy the drive to Weston, Texas, the oldest town in Collin County. Visit Steve at Texas Range Honey for a taste of raw unfiltered varietal honeys and farm fresh eggs. Steve is very passionate about both honey and his chickens!
Texas Range Honey: http://rangehoney.com, 116 Main Street
Saturdays 9am-1pm972-567-2542
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The final stop to Hidden Valley Dairy in Argyle is quite a bit of a drive, though a very scenic one. From Weston, go north on FM-543 and make a left on FM-455. Follow FM-455 across Lake Ray Roberts spillway to I-35. Take I-35 south and follow the split to the right, I-35W and take Crawford Road/Robson Ranch Road exit, turn left, go under I-35W, and take the first right onto Taylor Road. At the end of Taylor Road, turn Left on Old Justin Road. Hidden Valley Dairy will be on your left. Trey & Judy’s specialty is raw goat’s milk, including a wide variety of scented goat milk products that Judy makes herself.  They often have a number of other local and seasonal offerings you may be interested in.  Make sure to check out the goats while you’re there!
Hidden Valley Dairy: http://www.hiddenvalleydairy.com, 402 Old Justin Rd.
M-W-F 10:30am-6:00pm, Sat 12:00-6:00pm469-442-7775
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We love supporting local farmers, and we’re sure there’s a lot more out there to discover.  We hope you’ll check these farmers out, and if there are others you’d like to share please let us know and we’ll pay them a visit!

Happy Holidays!

10 Dec
Dr. Kate Naumes || Holistic Wellness

 We have moved down the hall! Turn right off the elevator to find our beautiful new space.

 Also, as a reminder, the office will be closed December 24th – January 2nd for Winter Break.

 Please visit our convenient online scheduling system to schedule an appointment. If you need to refill a supplement, please submit your request to order@naumesnd.com. All orders will be  drop shipped to your home address and will include shipping/personal order fees until our next group order on January 11th.

 Stay safe and warm!

The Hockaday School Career Mentoring Board

25 Nov

“When a girl comes of age in an environment in which she takes for granted the fact that her voice matters, she has a solid foundation for taking that assumption into the rest of her life”  Kim Wargo – Eugene McDermott Headmistress at Hockaday

In my practice we believe that healthy women are the hub of a healthy world, so of course I couldn’t agree more with Ms. Wargo’s quote above. As a graduate of an all women’s college, Mount Holyoke, I know first-hand the value that a supportive single sex education can provide in empowering young women. So I was delighted recently to be asked to speak at a Career Mentoring event for high school girls from Hockaday, a college preparatory day and boarding school located in Dallas.

When ladies have the ability to support and learn from each other, the effect is powerful. For my part, I used to my time with these students to answer their questions about the difficulties and rewards of medical school, midwifery training and a typical day in a doctor’s working life. It was refreshing to see these inquisitive young ladies leaning in to their futures and I’m happy to have had the opportunity to support them.  Thank you Hockaday for letting me be a part of your Career Mentoring Event.

Wonder Women! Documentary Viewing

3 Sep
WONDER WOMEN!We invite you to enjoy a documentary with our community Saturday, September 28th at 4:00pm at our office in Highland Park. Our viewing selection will be Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, which “traces the fascinating evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman. From the birth of the comic book superheroine in the 1940s to the blockbusters of today, WONDER WOMEN! looks at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society’s anxieties about women’s liberation. WONDER WOMEN! goes behind the scenes with Lynda Carter, Lindsay Wagner, comic writers and artists, and real-life superheroines such as Gloria Steinem, Kathleen Hanna and others, who offer an enlightening and entertaining counterpoint to the male-dominated superhero genre”.

We will watch together and then chat with executive producer, Erin Prather a bit afterward.

Seating is limited, so please email frontdesk.naumes.nd@gmail.com to sign up.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Invisible Documentary Viewing

19 Aug

invisible documentary viewing

 

In one of the most genius ideas of the summer, our D Moms Daily wellness expert Dr. Kate Naumes, ND has launched a monthly documentary viewing series at her office on the Katy Trail.

The next viewing takes place this Saturday, August 24 at 6 p.m. featuring Invisible, filmmaker Roz Mortimer’s beautiful and thought-provoking film that follows Inuit mothers and the challenges they face as harmful chemicals from their food begin to surface in their breast milk.

Space for the viewing is limited, so be sure to RSVP to frontdesk.naumes.nd@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend!