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TV Episode #4 of "Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark"

A New Kind of Healthy Lifestyle Television Show Now On KCCI TV8.

(Des Moines, IA) – Vegetarian, vegan and raw diets. Eating locally grown, organic food. Healing with alternative medicine. The interest in holistic health has exploded in the past few years. Central Iowans will now have an resource for all things natural—right in their living rooms. Des Moines holistic health expert, Sheree Clark, is the host of a new locally produced television show titled Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark appearing on Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m. on KCCI Digital Channel 8.2.

Clark invites viewers to come along with her to explore local sources for organic food and talk with local and national holistic health experts. After shopping, Sheree will demonstrate simple-yet-delicious recipes right in her own kitchen. “The path to a healthy lifestyle starts with a single step. I want to help people take that step and empower them to make the right health choices. My goal is that viewers feel like they’re spending time with a friend and we’re on the journey together towards a healthier, happier and more vibrant life,” Clark says.

On the next episode of the weekly Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark, airing on October 27th, Sheree sits down for a talk with Lydia Hol, whose daughter was diagnosed with cancer at the age of six months. Sheree also takes viewers back to the natural foods store for the continuation of a tour of the aisles and some advice on what to buy. Then, it's off to the Fork in the Road kitchen to whip up some homemade jam...in just three minutes!  After the show, visit the Fork in the Road website for a print version of the jam recipe.

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  • Sheila

    I'm glad this is a 13 week program I might actually get to see one of them before they end. So bummed that every Sunday seems to be busy, really want to see what's going on!

    2 · October 24, 2013

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    Holistic Health & Nutrition Counselor, Organizer,
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