Get cooking, much healthier with ‘real’ food stuff

Kristine M. Kierzek

Sarah Axtell works in her recently created cooking space at Lakeside Natural Medicine in Shorewood. The cooking space was added when they moved to a new location in March.

Sarah Axtell has prolonged considered in teaching her patients to skip processed foodstuff and prepare dinner at residence. She wishes everyone to get cooking. 

She started off running a blog about food items and recipes whilst in clinical school, and retained sharing recipes when she moved to Wisconsin. In 2011, she opened Lakeside Natural Medicine, 3510 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood.

In March, the clinic moved to a much larger house and Axtell fulfilled another aspiration: her possess kitchen to train balanced cooking and offer workshops. Now, the naturopathic medical professional is offering demonstrations and workshops in the space, beginning with a digital “Food Is Drugs Workshop” on Oct. 17. Charge is $39, and includes a cooking demonstration and recipes. Registration is necessary, call (414) 939-8748. 

Question: What is your history? 

Reply: I’m originally from Cincinnati and went to UW-Madison for undergrad, wherever I examined diet. On graduation, I could both go to clinical school or develop into a dietitian. Equally fields felt like they were being lacking. I did my investigation and found naturopathic health-related school. I attended the oldest naturopathic university, in Portland, Oregon, Nationwide College of Pure Drugs. My husband is essentially from Milwaukee, so which is my relationship …