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  • Writer's pictureLael LaRanger

Spring Time Newsletter #3

Welcome to spring.

Sunny days, wind, rain, random freezes, and the flowers are starting to bloom. 

Spring is a busy time. There are things to do outside, people to see, and holidays.

Now is a heightened time for allergies, and we want to shake off the last of those lingering colds and winter illnesses.

We here at Tamar Cares are enjoying the rebirth of springtime. Working hard studying up on the latest improvements and therapies as well as the tried and true ancient remedies for allergies that are airborne, contact and food related. 


If you have any concerns or would like some help managing them please make an appointment with Tamar Laderman, FNP here

Here are some things we are doing to keep our health up so we can enjoy the beautiful weather.

Favorite Fortified Feel Good Food

Lael’s sneaky healthy popsicle for toddlers- Put in a blender 2 ripe bananas, ½ cup frozen strawberries, ¼ cup nut butter of your choice, ¼ cup plain yogurt of your choice, 2 tablespoons chia seeds. Blend well and put into popsicle molds. Call it a “special afternoon ice cream treat”. So many good nutrients, and protein. (All ages love it!)

Tamar’s sneaky healthy pesto- Make or buy vegan pesto. Slice up any vegetables you like such as zucchini, onion, carrot, snow peas, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms. You want in the end about 4-5 cups of vegetables. Use as many or as few as you like. Saute them with a little olive oil. Remember to first cook things like onions, mushrooms, carrots, and cauliflower, then add in the rest. Add pesto and enjoy. 

Springtime Staying Strong Activities

Gardening and maintenance of grounds. Right now a wonderful way to be outside and take advantage of the beautiful weather is to garden or just take care of any outside bit of land. If you are in a city, see if you can find a local community garden or perhaps you can grow some herbs on a window sill or rooftop with permission. Tamar is in the city and has plants growing in every available spot. Even an olive tree! If you think gardening is not exercise remember all the carrying around heavy bags of dirt and pots. Squatting down, digging, lugging around watering cans, weeding, and clearing space.  Lael is out in the country and is getting her exercise making new vegetable beds, moving all that dirt around is tiring!

Take time for exploration. Explore your city, see what new stores have popped up, or take a long walk to visit a park. Find all the new blooms on plants and observe the baby leaves popping up. Remember your favorite place to hike and go for it. Springtime is a wonderful time for observation and it keeps you motivated to stay out moving for longer just to see the next hidden beautiful bloom. 

Tamar is very excited to be attending the Joint American Homeopathic Conference, Hosted by the National Center for Homeopathy this weekend. 

We hope you are enjoying your spring as much as we are.

If you need support with your health we are here, please go to to make an appointment.

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