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Join Dr. Ankur A. Gupta, Sleep 101: the no-pills approach to a good nights sleep
Come join Dr. Ankur A. Gupta! Please join in on Wednesday, November 14, 2018: 6:30pm in the North Ridgeville Community Cabin. Sleep 101: the no-pills approach to your best night's sleep Two years ago, Dr. Gupta began struggling with sleep — falling asleep, staying asleep, and waking refreshed. When he approached a physician about this, he was offered medication. He, along with a growing number of Americans, did not feel comfortable with this treatment option. Instead, he made a guinea pig of himself, experimenting with a multitude of herbal remedies, products, and techniques. He happily shares his successes and failures in his quest for pill-free slumber. Join Dr. Gupta for a fun, inspiring hour, and join the community! at 6:30 in the North Ridgeville Community Cabin. Open and Free to the public!

North Ridgeville Community Cabin

35717 Bainbridge Road · North Ridgeville, OH

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What we're about

This is a meetup group for vegans and those interested in becoming vegan and learning about the plant based diet or lifestyle.

We hope to promote the social and educational aspects of veganism.

Our meetup group is about getting together for meals, lectures, watching documentaries/movies, going on field trips and making some new friends!

It is always great to share information, have fun and be with like-minded people. Even if you are not yet a "veggie", we still welcome everyone to join us for a meet up to see how healthy and delicious vegan food can be! We welcome those who are veg-curious.

Vegan is more than food choices, it is a lifestyle. Vegan does not include any flesh food or animal (fowl, fish, mammal, insects, etc) of any kind. All animal products and bi products are excluded, including all dairy. Vegans do not wear flesh-made products such as leather, skins and fur. We respect all animals, our fellow creatures, and work to protect them as well as the environment. Just being vegan is a very strong environmental and ecological act, conserving water, fuel and land resources.

Some people are vegan due to health and medical reasons, some due to compassion for living a non-violent lifestyle. Some live it for ethical reasons, the sake of the animals and others. Some embrace veganism for for health reasons, some for the economy. Eating a plant-based diet is less expensive than eating flesh foods. Some vegans have allergies to flesh foods and animal fluids. There are plenty of other reasons as well! Remember, heart attacks are mother nature's revenge for eating her creatures! :-)

Our membership extends over the entire North East Ohio area from out by Cedar Point almost to Pennsylvania and as far south as you'd care to drive.

Become a member (membership is free), and come to one of the many meetups! You are a stranger but once.

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