Welcome to OK In Health's Event Review page. On this page will look at a range of events from specialty movies to concerts, workshops, to keynote speakers as per the view of our OK In Health members review panel.
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|Acai - (pronounced ah-sah-ee)|
|These purple super healthy berries are the new super-food. Acai berries are native to Brazil and are low in calories and contain fibre, vitamins and twice the antioxidants of blueberries. They are available as a frozen pulp at some supermarkets.|
|Acupuncture, Western Herbal Medicine & Laser Therapy|
|Specialty: Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine|
Since 1996, Jennifer Strong, DTCM, RAc, has provided skilled, compassionate care at the Edmonton General Hospital and in Comox, now offering professional natural medical care in the South Okanagan.
|Seminar and Live Channeling with Lee Carroll & a Kryon Okanagan Event|
|Date: Feb 9, 2014|
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
5 hr Seminar and Live Channeling with Lee Carroll & Kryon. Lee will talk personally. This is very "up close and personal" as he answers these questions and more...
|Do You Block Healing for Yourself?|
|Dear Angel Friends, I posed the question to Archangel Raphael around healing for you because there seems to be some confusion on how we can heal ourselves. Yes, there are many lightworkers in our world that can assist with amazing healing energy and I am blessed to have met so many of them. I do want to remind you that you have the most powerful gift of healing at your own fingertips-your Angelic Team. Yes, we may not all know practiced techniques of healing but your basic gift of healing is ASKING your team for assistance. What I have witnessed...|
|Spinach & Cilantro Pesto|
|Category: Raw Foods|
Description: One leafy, green vegetable that I cannot seem to get enough of is Spinach. Spinach is so versatile, from spinach salads, to spinach smoothies, to spinach soup. You name the recipe and spinach can be added to it. And talk about nutritious…remember Popeye?? The health benefits of spinach are numerous. It sits at the top of many super food lists. Spinach is loaded with calcium, folic acid, vitamin K and Iron. It is also rich in Vitamin C, fiber and caretenoids. Add its lutein and bioflavanoids and spinach becomes a nutritional powerhouse.
The combination of flavours in the following recipe are simply divine. I’ve cheated a bit and toasted the cashews, but it’s worth it for the enhanced flavour.