Seminars are ideal for educating and enlightening small or large groups, as an educational course or as a large venue. Sally has led seminars for universities, CEU courses, Natural Products Expo East, the Ashram in Calabasas, med spas, businesses & organizations, keynote speaking engagements, as well as intimate settings in the privacy of a home. [...]
Vibrant Living is the proactive journey for creating radiant health and longevity. In an easy-to-read format, this book is the total mind and body wellness guide, complete with detailed exercises and dietary plans that will illuminate your path to radiant health. This book is a compilation of the author’s work in the fields of alternative [...]
Eating well for motherhood begins with nourishing yourself before pregnancy! Sally has assisted many clients in realizing their pregnancy dream come true. With Sally you will learn how to prepare and have a healthy pregnancy and raise healthy children. Sally was featured as the nutritional expert for pregnancy for on NBC’s “Dateline”. Contact Sally for [...]
SALLY KRAVICH, M.S., C.N.H.P. Holistic Nutritionist and Author Sally Kravich is widely regarded as a worldwide authority on holistic nutrition, vitality, holistic healing and wellness. By combining a lifetime of experience in global studies and a vast knowledge of food as nutrients, she shares her unmatched versatility of practical, historical and multi-cultural wisdom for achieving vibrant, radiant health. Sally has maintained a thriving, holistic health practice for over 25 years, with a bi-coastal practice between NYC and LA since 1995. She consults with clients world-wide via telephone and in person. Sally’s advice has been cited in numerous publications such as Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, and Essence and she is an expert reference in many books on health and beauty. As a co-anchor on “New Vitality Live” radio show, Sally’s knowledge of herbal wisdom, vitamins, and historical remedies added insight to the show as a modern shaman. Sally was also featured on NBC’s “Dateline”...
Drying herbs is something that any home cook enthusiast or gardener can do. There’s something very satisfying about preserving fresh herbs from your own garden to use throughout the year. Drying your own herbs is easy! Although different herbs require different techniques, I like to use two easy methods. The Basics For the best flavor, you can pick your herbs when they are beginning to bud but before they flower. Discard any yellow leaves. Make sure that you wash and pat dry...
1⁄4 Cup Grape Seed Oil 1⁄4 Cup Sesame Oil 1 tblsp Brown Rice Vinegar 1 tsp Braggs Amino Acids or Wheat Free Tamari 1 tsp Honey 1⁄2 tsp Sea Salt 1⁄2 tsp Garlic Powder 1⁄2 tsp Ginger Powder 2 tsp Sesame Seeds Can add greater amount of the spices to your taste. Can also add a little more vinegar. Read More
Yogurt dressing or Tzatziki makes a great dip for veggies, chips, topping, or dressing. You can use it to replace sour cream. Yogurt Dressing 2 Cups Organic Plain Greek Yogurt (thicker yogurt is best) 4 Small Persian Cucumbers, blended in processor 1 tsp Sea Salt 2 tsp Dill herb Blend cucumbers in a food processor. Drain and discard excess liquid. Mix into yogurt and add spices. For a variation, add 1-2 garlic cloves, pressed, or a small bunch of finely chopped scallions. Read More