Chicken Soup for the Cold Alexis Costello
Legend has it that chicken soup was first prescribed by a twelfth century doctor named Moses Maimonides as a cold and asthma remedy. Now we have the technology and believe it or not, laboratory tests have concluded that chicken soup actually can help fight a cold.
Category: Happy Holistic Feb 1, 2020
 
Dealing with Difficult Times Sue Chambers
What do we do when we are faced with a crisis? How do we deal with the fear and anxiety that wreaks havoc in our minds?
Category: Coaches Corner Feb 1, 2020
 
Dealing With the Loss of an Animal Ann Turner
Question: “I just lost the horse I had owned for 23 years. He was my best friend. I can’t seem to get over the grief, can’t stop crying and I want to move on but can’t, any advice on coping with this emotional challenge?.... Anwser from Ann...
Category: Pet's Health Feb 1, 2020
 

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Depressed? Here are 10 natural treatments... OK In Health's Articles
After a long winter, sometimes we can feel a bit blue. Here is a list for 10 Natural Depression Treatments
Category: Miscellaneous Feb 1, 2020
 
Injured? How to Speed Healing Jennifer Strong
Get back to enjoying your life! On any given day, over 27,000 people sprain an ankle. One in every 17 participants of sport and exercises are injured. Many of us incur sprains, strains, injured knees, swollen muscles, fractures, shin splints, low back injuries and so forth while conducting our normal daily lives. Never try to work through the pain of an injury. To prevent further damage, stop your activity when you feel...
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'Instinct and Intuition' Emily Matweow
Intuition has no tangible boundaries that conform to reason. This non-rational ability is sensible, sane, and lucid but contrary to commonly accepted rational and may be considered illogical or…
Category: Intuition Insights Feb 1, 2020
 

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St. Bridgit and her Sacred Cross Maria O'Farrell Carr
There is the Celtic Goddess Bridget and the Saint Brigid which some believe to be the same. Saint Bridget was born on February 1st 450 and died on February 1st 525. In every home in Ireland you will find a St. Bridget's cross hung by the door...
Category: Angels Feb 1, 2020
 
What's Stopping You? Sue Chambers
How many of us procrastinate when it comes to fitness and healthy eating? We all want to be healthy and happy, yet we can't seem to make a committment to ourselves and follow through with our fitness goals.
Category: Coaches Corner Feb 1, 2020
 
Addictions Hold Us Back Caroline Sutherland
Many people who are ill have obvious patterns of addiction or low self esteem in the equation. An addiction is anything which has a hold on us such as: overwork, exercise, sex, food, chocolate, sugar, coffee, alcohol, cigarettes, illegal drugs, medications, money, worry, material possessions, relationships, negativity, overachieving, gambling etc. People can also be addicted to illness...
Category: The Body Knows Jan 1, 2020
 

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EarthStar Wheel: Vortices, Leylines in the Okanagan Maria O'Farrell Carr
Vortices appear to be points of power or energy on the Earth or “Earth Chakras”, and ley lines are the relationships between those points. An analogy might be that the vortices are accupressure points. and the ley lines between them are meridians on the skin of the body of Mother Earth. I grew up in Ireland and now live in the Okanagan, in BC. The Lake Okanagan is one of the points on the Earth Energy wheel map. The Okanagan lake and lake Louise are both...
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Embracing the New Year! Lyndsay Blais
Capitalize on the energy of the New Year with fresh commitments to yourself and your goals. If you have found it difficult to keep on track with your goals in the past, take a new look at what you would like to create for yourself in 2020.
Category: Embracing Change Jan 1, 2020
 
Excuses Begone! For Your New Year Wayne Dyer
In my life, any time I’ve ever lost something, I’ve gotten something even better going around the next corner. It’s like one door closes and another door opens.
Category: Favourite Picks Jan 1, 2020
 

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Gluten Free Holiday Travelling Cathy Lauer
At this time of year many people travel to be with family or friends for holidays or they travel to get away from the long weather. Traveling at this time of year can also be fraught with delays that can put flights behind or cancel them altogether. What can you do to minimize the added stress of needing to eat gluten free when you are stuck while traveling? Here are some suggestions that will make one part of your traveling a little less stressful....
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Jan 1, 2020
 
The Facts Behind “The Law of Attraction” OK In Health's Articles
Goodness, If I had a dime for every time I heard a person say to me; “Yes, I saw the movie and The Law of Attraction is about thinking about what you want and you will get it”,.... Well, let me set the record straight right now; No, that is not true, it is not even close to true!!...
Category: What is ….? Jan 1, 2020
 
Organize with a New Perspective Linda Andersson
Does ‘getting organized’ always seem to be on your to do list? Do you often find yourself saying “I really should get rid of some stuff,” but then fail to follow up? Instead of feeling guilty, take a look at these tips to help you get organized from a different perspective and be inspired to create simplicity in your life....
Category: Organizing Help Jan 1, 2020
 

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Prepare Your Skin for Winter Deanna Klan
Perhaps your skin became leathery and “older looking” over the summer or the sun gave your complexion some serious issues like hyper pigmentation. Here is the easy way to answer all these problems with one of Mother Nature’s best gifts.
Category: Natural Beauty Jan 1, 2020
 
Put Your Mind on a Diet Carol Albano, Penticton, BC
A diet of yummy love-the-skin-you’re-in. A diet of creamy, gooey unconditional love and acceptance for the amazing You that you are.
Category: Maria Jan 1, 2020
 
'Meet the Clairs' – 10 Kinds of Intuition Emily Matweow
Clair refers to our physical and intuitive senses. Ten different kinds of intuition are named and briefly described. Three new names are added to the previous list of seven: Clairtaction, Claireloquence and Clairessence. Each name identifies…
Category: Intuition Insights Dec 1, 2019
 

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Bench Words Carole Fawcett
“I sat here and contemplated suicide” was scribbled in red on a bench by a bus stop. The despair in those words stopped me in my tracks. Unresolved emotional baggage from the past can present itself with the right trigger. If you are a person who is feeling sad most of the time, or if you are contemplating suicide, or have a friend who is, please reach out to...
Category: A Mindful Connection Dec 1, 2019
 
Cooling the Fires of Sibling Rivalry Maggie Reigh
Sibling relationships offer children opportunities to grow and learn how to handle the world. Some squabbling is normal and natural and is a valuable learning opportunity for children.
Category: Parenting Tips Dec 1, 2019
 
How to Remake your Old Favourite Holiday Recipes Shannon Bliss
Simple tips on how to remake your old favourite recipes… just in time for the holidays. This is simpler than you would think… When I look at any recipe I look for good healthy ingredients...
Category: Bliss Nutrition & Weight loss Dec 1, 2019
 

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Avoiding Christmas Chaos Cathy Lauer
Navigating the Christmas Party scene while remaining gluten free- Whether it’s your first or twenty first Christmas eating gluten free there are always things that come up at this time of year that require a little preplanning. School Christmas parties, cookie exchanges and workplace staff Christmas parties are being booked and menus decided. How will you navigate your way successfully through this season while keeping to your gluten free diet?
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Dec 1, 2019
 
Winter Solstice and Ireland's Sacred Sites
Ancient people were hunters and spent most of their time outdoors. The seasons and weather played a very important part in their lives. Because of this many ancient people had a great reverence for, and even worshipped the sun. They saw the sun as a wheel that changed the seasons. In Ireland when we think of Winter Solstice we mostly think of...
  Dec 1, 2019
 
Winterizing Skin Care Tips OK In Health's Beauty Articles
During the spring and summer months the air is moist, the vegetation is thick and rich and our skin tends to be well moisturized and dewy. As fall sets in and winter approaches our skin, like the dying leaves becomes dehydrated, flaky and tight. It is important to change or tweak your skin care regime as the seasons dictate. Here are some winterizing tips to help your skin glow all the way until the arrival of spring...
Category: Natural Beauty Dec 1, 2019
 

Body & Soul Wellness Fair - Vernon - March 2020
Celtic Symbolism – The Moon
The moon’s natural influence on people and animals since the dawn of life existing on earth goes without saying. The cultural influences of the moon on lifestyle, art, mythology and language are prevalent amongst most indigenous cultures of the world and all modern life today. As far as actual celebrations regarding the moon, we know little of, but there are a few fragments of information that have survived. For one thing, many herbs were only picked during specific phases or days of the moon’s cycle. Certain days were lucky while others were unlucky to pick herbs or conduct business in general. This practice survived in Celtic lands at least until the
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Oct 1, 2019
 
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Soy sauce
Did you know that low sodium soy sauce might still contain 600 mg of sodium per tablespoon? That's about 25% of the -recommended daily intake. Remember - a reduced sodium food, while often better than the original, is not always a low sodium food.


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Get back to enjoying your life! On any given day, over 27,000 people sprain an ankle. One in every 17 participants of sport and exercises are injured. Many of us incur sprains, strains, injured knees, swollen muscles, fractures, shin splints, low back injuries and so forth while conducting our normal daily lives. Never try to work through the pain of an injury. To prevent further damage, stop your activity when you feel...
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