OK In Health was Awarded
The South Okanagan Health Fair's awarded OK In Health the
SOHF 2008 Health & Fitness Educator Award
and nominated again in 2009 and 2010.
OK In Health has been highlighted on the success of OK In Health on "Okanagan To-day" tv show on Shaw Cable. OK In Health was also featured on TV when awarded the 2008 SOHF Health & Fitness Educator Award by MLA Rich Thorpe.
OK In Health's founder and publisher, Maria Carr was awarded the
2008 SOWINS, Women Up Front and Centre - Health & Wellness Award
for her work on OK In Health magazine and in the wellness community.
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|RAC Certified Foot Reflexology Course|
|Date: Apr 29, 2017|
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
These courses are 35 hours of in class study. 25 hours of home study. Mandatory Review. Price includes membership and exam fees as well as course materials.
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|Curried Quinoa Lentil Salad|
|Category: Vegetarian Entrees|
Description: This is a great lunch or dinner side dish, full of protein and vegetables. Lentils are loaded with fiber, folate, iron, protein, and other vitamins and minerals, lentils are a nutritional fountain of youth. Researchers who studied the elderly found that eating these earthy-tasting seeds (and other legumes) is the single most important dietary factor in longevity. When it comes to fiber, a mere half cup of lentils provides around a third of your daily requirements. Whether you purchase lentils prepackaged or in bulk, look for those that appear largely unbroken (bags with broken lentils appear "dusty") and when you get home, don't mix newly purchased lentils with older ones; the older they are, the longer they take to cook. Keep them stored in a cool, dry place, and they will stay fresh for several months.