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.
Most of these events were posted on OK In Health or can be found on our event page. If you have an event you would like reviewed please use form below.
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|Turmeric, More than a Spice|
|Turmeric is a spice commonly used in foods such as curry powders, mustards and cheeses. New evidence suggests that its active ingredient, curcumin, might prevent or treat some diseases. The National Institutes of Health is recruiting patients for clinical trials to test curcumin against pancreatic cancer, multiple myeloma (a form of cancer), Alzheimer's and colorectal cancer. Curcumin is not thought to be toxic but high doses or long-term use may cause indigestion. Stay tuned for future updates.|
|Being Wellness and Healing ~ Dylan Smeaton|
|Specialty: Body Talk|
Being Wellness & Healing is a wellness & information community that specializes in the importance of holistic awareness and living for everyone. Offering certified BodyTalk treatments...
|Monster Energy Center of Gravity 2016|
|Date: Jul 8, 2016|
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Okanagan’s biggest adrenaline-fueled sports and music festival is back for its 9th year! Monster Energy Center of Gravity will return to Kelowna’s City Park
|Antibiotics Resistance and How Homeopathy Can Help - Part ONE |
|You probably share most people’s opinion that antibiotics save people’s lives. After all, previously deadly bacterial infections can now be managed successfully. Can they? The biggest threat to human health today and possibly ‘the end to modern medicine as we know it’ is, according to the World Health Organization, a natural phenomenon the extent of which we are only now beginning to grasp: We’re talking about antibiotics resistance.|
|Herbed & Parmesan Asparagus Fries|
|Category: Side Dishes|
Description: Asparagus: This member of the lily family is one of the most nutritionally dense vegetable in existence. I mere five-ounce serving provides 60% of the recommended daily allowance of folate, which is necessary for blood cell formation, liver health and pregnant woman.
The health benefits of Asparagus are Vitamin B9 (folate), Potassium, Vitamin C, A B6 and B1. It also contains amino acids and works as a natural diuretic.
If you have picky eaters in your home? What about turning these amazing super veggies into healthy fries...they may never know how good they are for them!