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MILLEDGEVILLE NATURAL FOODS JOINS THE SERENITY FAMILY

Wendy Green, owner and founder of Milledgeville Natural Foods will be bringing this long respected local enterprise into Serenity’s new facility.  For the past 21 years, Wendy has been offering her vast experience and knowledge of nutrition and natural healing to local residents.

“ I started 30 years ago working in food co-ops and studying nutrition and herbal remedies.  Then I began experimenting with my own family and discovered that we very seldom needed medical care,” says Green. Green then went on to formalize her training by completing her Masters Degree as an Herbalist. 

Now as a Master Herbalist, Green offers  personal nutrition counseling services to anyone who needs assistance in developing a dietary plan, or who may want herbal remedies to address specific health challenges.

In addition, Green has been teaching vegetarian cooking classes for 18 years, and taught courses through GCSU on herbal remedies.

Nutritional and Herbal Medicine consultations are available  by appointment. She will also have her usual large selection of natural foods, herbal remedies, and supplements to offer. The store will also offer organic fruit “smoothies”.

To schedule consultation appointments call (478) 452-6877, or just come by the store to shop. Store hours are Monday through Friday 10:30AM to 5:00PM and Saturday 10:00AM to 2:00PM.


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All Natural Homemade Dog Food

1 to 2 lbs cooked Lentils or Macaroni Pasta , Brown Rice,  Barley, Millet, or Corn Grits

1 or 2 Grated Carrots or Carrot Pulp from Carrot Juice ( 1-2 cups )

2 to 4 TBS. Brewers Yeast

1 tsp. Garlic Powder

to 1 Can of Fish (Mackerel, Salmon, Tuna, Sardines)

may substitute 1 lb ground beef, or ground turkey for the fish.

Cook with the Lentils or Grains

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For Small dogs:  1-2 Cups daily

Med to Large Dogs : 3-4 Cups daily

May make a large batch ahead and refrigerate, then just

Warm it up for your pet.

Cats would prefer just the plain canned fish. Add Brewers yeast and Garlic for flea & tick control.






 
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