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Food+You

Watch the slide show below... and then ask yourself “why would anyone want to drink this stuff?”

Making Homemade Yogurt: Yogurt is one of the most basic traditional foods, and even if you are just getting started with real food, including yogurt in your diet is an easy way to reap so many of the health benefits of cultured dairy.

From The Kitchen...

Dirty Dozen: EWG Reveals List Of Pesticide-Heavy Fruits And Veggies
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Malik Cotter - Fall 2011

Cleanse & Rejuvenate Lectures

Click below to listen to the audios...


Super foods, Part 1

Super foods, Part 2

Super foods, Part 3

Anti-oxidants

Food Combining

Vitamin Supplements

Aging & Health



Malik Cotter - Spring 2012

Cleanse & Rejuvenate Lectures

Click to listen to the UNEDITED materials.

We’ll be uploading edited versions soon.


1/26/12 - Introduction to the program

1/26/12 - Part 1

1/31/12 - Part 2

2/02/12 - Part 3

2/07/12 - Part 4

2/09/12 - Part 5

2/14/12 - Part 6

2/16/12 - Part 7

2/21/12 - Part 8

Dr. Malik Cotter began studying Chinese medicine over twenty years ago. Once he entered the world of traditional Chinese medicine, nature became his teacher, balance and living in harmony with his surroundings became his goal. He is one of the few health care professionals to live, work and study with masters of classical medicine in China.


His teachers have included Dr. Stephan Chang, noted author and Taoist scholar, and professor Li Zhong Yu, his primary teacher in Sichuan, China, who holds national recognition as a master of medicine.


Dr. Cotter's training includes herbology, acupuncture, philosophy, traditional psychology, tai qi, qi gong, tuina (therapeutic bodywork), and dietary therapy.


He is now a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine and a Doctor of Acupuncture.


To Contact Malik Cotter by phone, call 808.572.5267, or via e-mail, click here.

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- Hippocrates
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