Latest News from Brighter Day!
July Store Sales Up & Running Review here...
DIY Kimchi Workshop August 3 at Brighter Day
Learn how to ferment a variety of vegies to create kimchee, a Korean sauerkraut; and get acquainted with the microbes that make it all possible and improve your gut health. Read more here...
Medical Qigong Training August 26 & 27 with Roger Jahnke, O.M.D.
Wonderful opportunity for Savannah Community to learn powerful wellness tools to use for a lifetime! Breathing exercises; gentle movements & body postures; self-massage techniques; mental focus practices, including mindfulness meditation.
Roger Jahnke is a doctor of Chinese Medicine with 40 years of clinical practice, including 9 research tours to China, where he studied ancient healing traditions. Read more about the teacher and the event here.
Important Herbal Lecture Tuesday, September 26 - Dr. Mary Bove at Coastal Georgia Center
We are honored to host this Lecture with Dr. Mary Bove at 7:00 p.m., so mark your calendars now! One of the pioneers of the herbal resurgence that began in the 1970's. More than 40 years of herbal experience, with 25 of that as a naturopathic physican and midwife. Read more here...
Dr. Low Dog Talks About the Greening of Medicine.
Inspiring 30 minute talk by one of my favorite speakers!
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Our Promise to You!
Peter and I are still committed to the same principles that guided us when we opened almost 38 years ago: integrity, promotion of healthy living, service to our community and sustainability for our planet. We will continue to be on the cutting edge of our industry, bringing you new products and new information that will enable you to eat well and be healthy and happy.
Janie & Peter
|Eating Whole Foods|
Everyone agrees that eating whole foods is the most ideal way to get the nutrients we need. After all, nature doesn’t grow isolated vitamins; it delivers them within a matrix of supportive compounds. Whole plants provide a broad spectrum of phytonutrients—both known and unknown—that deliver a wide range of health benefits. ... more