Adult Programs

Information on upcoming library programs for adults.


Natural Health Therapist Loyal Brufladt will bring his passion for naturopathic care and healing to White Lake Community Library on Friday, December 6 at 1:00 pm, with a new program called Your Body Talks: Here’s What It’s Saying. This talk will be about not only listening to your body, but also being aware of physical signs that are often overlooked. In this class, you can learn how to read your body’s signals, and how to use that information to enhance your own health and wellbeing.

Loyal graduated from Montague High School and continued his education at the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education (NITE), in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. He expects to graduate their four-year program in the spring and plans to set up a practice in west Michigan. He chose this field of study to achieve a “better state of health”. Loyal feels that conventional medicine does not cover enough ground to accomplish his health goals, which include many everyday changes that traditional medical practitioners overlook.

At a recent talk, Loyal suggested getting rid of plastics, especially those that touch food, going completely organic when buying produce and other foods, and drinking heavily filtered water to eliminate fluoride and other contaminants found in tap water. He explained the difference between “stressed” and “weakened” conditions, and how to counteract them by either cleansing or building with medicinal herbs.

This new Natural Health series will be continuing into 2020 with more information to come on using teas, and making tinctures, syrups and salves. There will be more information available about the series at the December 6th event.  Everyone is welcome to attend this free event.