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The OKanagan Sacred Land Tour 2015


Wellness Tip
Vitamin C
Vitamin C is critical to good health. It helps keep your teeth and gums healthy, aids in absorbing iron, supports wound healing, and plays a role in immune system health. Registered dietitian recommends consuming at least one vitamin C rich food each day. Good choices include green peppers, strawberries, citrus fruits, tomatoes, and broccoli. A serving or two of 100% orange, grapefruit or tomato juice is also a quick, easy way to boost vitamin C intake.


The OKanagan Sacred Land Tour 2015


Wellness Directory
Bernice Granger ~ Love's Divine Light ~ Be the Love and Light You Are!
Specialty: Angel Empowerment Practitioner
Vibrational Healing, Angel Card Readings, Reconnective Healing™, Workshops & Meditation. Helping you find your way with Compassion and Love, Aligning you to your Life's Journey!
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Celtic Angel Sacred Tour to Ireland 2015


Event
Touch for Health Level One
Date: Jan 17, 2015
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
Learn accurate muscle testing, fourteen energy meridians and amazing correction techniques!
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Ancient Celtic Vibrational Course with Ireland's Jane Donald & Maria O’Farrell Carr


Article
The poop on scat... and other wildlife skills
Summer is a time for off-grid experiences like hiking, canoeing, biking, or camping. This year, enrich your next outdoor adventure — whether it's a walk in the woods at the family cabin, or a trip into the back country. Learn to read animal signs - Simple clues can tell you who calls the area home...
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Angel Empowerment Practitioner™ International Course - Penticton


Recipe
Summer Corn and White Bean Soup
Category: Soup
Description: This quick, fiber-packed soup is a terrific way to use fresh corn. Add a slight kick with a sprinkle of Monterey Jack cheese with jalapeno peppers just before serving. When possible try to find non-GMO corn. With over 80% of the corn grown in the north America is genetically modified, and biotechnology companies phasing out non-GMO corn seed varieties, American farmers have fewer choices for finding non-GMO seeds to grow. GMO means genetically modified organism, which is a novel organism created by scientists when they genetically modify or engineer food plants. Scientists have cited many health and environmental risks with genetically modified (GM) foods. As a result of these risks, many people in the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan, and other nations are demanding non-genetically modified (non-GMO) foods. Visit your local farmers markets or health store and look for non-GMo corn.
Corn and beans are high in fiber. Dietary fibers are found naturally in the plants that we eat. They are parts of plant that do not break down in our stomachs, and instead pass through our system undigested. All dietary fibers are either soluble or insoluble. Both types of fiber are equally important for health, digestion, and preventing conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, diverticulitis, and constipation.




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Celebration Centre and Metaphysical Society – Penticton, BC