Upcoming Events

  • Overcoming Mid Life Anxiety


    Free

    Anxiety sometimes “comes out of nowhere” during mid-life. Women experiencing menopause or perimenopause can have a hard time telling the difference between menopausal symptoms and anxiety. Explore the connections, similarities, differences, and strategies for copying when anxiety spikes during this time of life. Di is a psychotherapist and holistic practitioner and founder of Wellness Counseling Milwaukee. Please pre-register for all workshops & classes prior to start date. Call 262-544-9380 or visit our Customer Service Desk.

  • Kokopelli Flute Circle


    FREE

    Two hours of informal Native American flute playing. No registration required. Good Harvest Market, 1850 Meadow Lane, Pewaukee. 262-544-9380. GoodHarvestMarket.com

  • Whole Foods Nutrition 101


    $20

    This class will discuss the health promoting anti-inflammatory diet and use it as a guide to review the basics of nutrition science. Joanne will review the major food groups and talk about the most recent updates in nutrition, including how to read labels. Do you know how much protein, fat and carbohydrate you need? Do you know which foods are the healthiest sources of fat? These types of questions and more will be covered. At the end of class, you will have the knowledge you need to develop your own personalized plan that suits your individual needs and tastes. Note: Register by February 2. Please pre-register for all workshops & classes prior to start date. Call 262-544-9380 or visit our Customer Service Desk.

  • Goodness of Organics!


    Free

    The road to wellness starts here! You will first hear a brief history of how GHM came to be, our very strict standards regarding what graces our food shelves, and receive some fun and informational handouts. Then we will explore the aisles learning about foods that are good for you, foods you should avoid and foods you’ve probably never heard of! The tour culminates in the Harvest Café with free tasting samples. Please pre-register for all workshops & classes prior to start date. Call 262-544-9380 or visit our Customer Service Desk.

  • Tui Shoi (Push Hands)


    FREE

    Two person practice for experienced T’ai Chi Players. No registration necessary. Good Harvest Market, 1850 Meadow Lane, Pewaukee. 262-544-9380.

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Healthy, Organic Standards

Healthy, Organic Standards

While we have many of the same departments found in a conventional grocery store, it's our healthy and organic standards and emphasis on local products that set us apart.Read More »

Visit the Cafe

Visit the Cafe

With the only organic salad bar and hot bar in Southeastern Wisconsin, lunches in our Harvest Cafe are popular.Read More »

Recent Posts

  • Top Supplements for Wellness

    Do I need to take supplements if I want to stay healthy?

    My answer is, sort of.  Many of our diets are deficient in key nutrients and studies have shown fruits and vegetables to be lower in nutrients than in the past due to the mineral depleted soils that they are grown in and longer travel/shelf time.  Vitamin D3, for example, is very hard to get from diet alone. Today, supplementing with this vitamin is pretty much standard care even among medical doctors.  Another example is iodine, which may need to be supplemented if you do not eat enough seaweed or seafood.  So while it’s not necessary to have a cupboard full of vitamins, supplementing to fill in holes in your diet is important.

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  • Alkalinizing for Health

    I  am thinking about doing an alkaline diet.  Is this a healthy diet to follow? What are the benefits of an alkaline diet?

    Many clients ask me about what they can do to alkalinize their bodies and are curious about an alkaline diet. No doubt a more alkaline diet promotes health and I encourage my clients to emphasize alkaline foods in the diet.  However, this does not mean that all acidic foods are bad. Many healthy foods needed for a balanced diet are acidic – this includes fish and beans. The idea is to not overdo acidic foods such as meat, sugar and refined grains and include lots of the most alkaline foods such as vegetables and fruits for balance.

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  • Cleansing for a Fresh Start

    This time of year, many of us are thinking about a fresh start. A new year of opportunities awaits! Doing a cleanse 1-2 times per year can be a really great thing to do to improve your health and rid your body of toxins.  In this blog, read more about a toxic overload and how you may benefit from a cleanse.

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  • The Cheese Diaries

    This past October, Specialty Manager Mary and Marketing Director Lauren embarked on a magical tour of Wisconsin's Driftless Region, visiting two local cheese factories and getting to know the story behind Wisconsin's dairy legacy.  In this blog, Mary weaves together a tale of the world's squeakiest curds and the one of a kind "Living Machine" set against a backdrop of rolling hills and vibrant autumn trees. 

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  • Make the Most of Your Cleanse

    If you're planning on a detox or cleanse in the near future, you should make the most of it! In this blog, I have put together a list of natural supplements and other resources, all available in the wellness department, that can help increase the effectiveness of a detox and ease some of those uncomfortable symptoms that tend to come out when the body is cleansing. 

     

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