Christine Morgan is a long time resident of Glen Rose and has been quietly in practice for 26 years. She holds a Doctor of Naturopathic Ministry degree from Southern College of Natural Health. She started her career in the pre-veterinary program of St. Mary’s University and received a Bachelor of Science in Biology, majoring in Animal Nutrition Studies, and a Master of Science degree in Holistic Nutrition from the American College of Holistic Nutrition. She is also a Certified Nutritional Counselor, and a Holistic Health Care Practitioner from Leymans University. She has certification as a GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) and Gluten Sensitivity practitioner also. She also is an Amino Acid Therapy Practitioner, and EFT practitioner as well. She has been a researcher of human health all her adult life, and is passionate about continually learning about true health and effective living. She is a Master Gardener and a certified square-foot gardener, teacher and lecturer.
She believes one of the most important aspects of living healthy is eating high quality food. She will be presenting her talk on “The importance of growing some of your own food; and what is most important to grow”. Included will be a discussion on the importance of soil and how to properly remineralize soil, how to get started, and easy tricks to growing food. Seasonal growing and eating will be touched on also.
Everyone is invited to attend. We’ll meet at 6:30 at the Citizens Center in Glen Rose.