Life Changing Bread

New Roots Life Changing Loaf of Bread

New Roots Life Changing Loaf of Bread (for constipation)
This recipe is for a whole-grain, gluten-free, no-knead, no-mess, life-changing loaf of bread. (see photo above) Thank you Mary, for sharing with us! It is made of nuts and seeds, rolled oats, salt, maple syrup and coconut oil. Easy to make, and I was assured that it is more effective than any of the usual recommendations for constipation. If you try it, can you please let me know what you think of it and it’s effectiveness?
Click here for the recipe.

Outreach at Virginia Hospital Center – April 1
Thank you to everyone who joined us at Virginia Hosptial Center (main hospital) for our first outreach this month! We met with staff, patients, and visitors, as they stopped by our table on the way to and from the cafeteria. We shared information about Parkinson’s, and Parkinson Social Network, including our new Side by Side support groups. It was also fun to catch up with friends.

We will have two more outreach events:
at Fair Oaks Hospital
on Monday, April 22 and Friday, April 26, from 11:00 – 2:00 pm.
Once again, we’ll be outside the cafeteria – just inside the main entrance. Free valet parking is available.
If you’d like to help out, please contact me. Even if you can only stay for part of the time, that’s ok! By sharing your experiences, and listening to others you’ll help them feel less alone.

April is . . . Parkinson’s Awareness Month!
Check out what’s happening in Northern Virginia this month as we raise awareness.
Click here for more info.

Hope to see you Out & About in April!
Next week we’ll be at our new Side by Side support groups in Arlington. On World Parkinson Day – April 11 – we’ll be at Tall Oaks assisted living to hear Karl and Angela Robb, and Dr. Drew Falconer. Will we see you there? (click here for more info)


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