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Collard Greens with Coconut Milk - Kwanzaa Recipes - view recipe
Long a staple of soul food, collard greens taste like a cross between cabbage and kale. The addition of coconut milk adds an exotic hint of ...

Festive Caramel Apples - view recipe
The proverb "An apple a day keeps the doctor away.", addressing the health effects of the fruit, dates from 19th century Wales. Well here is a ...

Fresh Cherry Crisp - view recipe
What says summer more than cherries? This is a delicious cherry crisp made with fresh cherries instead of canned. It may take a little longer ...

Fruit Platter Healthy Holiday Recipe - view recipe
Great Fruit Platter for any occasion. Whether you are planning a fancy reception or a casual get-together, use fruit to make a stunning and ...


Ancient Celtic Vibrational Course with Ireland's Jane Donald & Maria O’Farrell Carr


Kolach - (Ukrainian Braided Ring-Shaped Bread) - view recipe
The word for "circle" in Ukrainian is "kolo". This particular bread, sometimes called "kalach" as well, is served at a traditional Ukrainian ...

Orange Fruit Nut Truffles - view recipe
This recipe is great in December and during the New Year celebrations. While walnuts are harvested in December, they are available year round a ...

Raisin Crunch Cookie Mix in a Jar - view recipe
Christmas is about giving, and what better way than to give someone something that you put your thought, time and handmade touch into. Here are ...

Roast Turkey Roll Stuffed With Fruit, Nuts and Camembert Stuffing - view recipe
Holiday Dinner all rolled into one. There are about 32g of protein in a 4-oz. serving of turkey, making it a very good source of these ...


Spring Festival of Awareness - in Penticton (New Venue)


Roast Turkey with Apple, Sausage, and Herb Stuffing - view recipe
Traditional roast turkey is still the dish of choice for most holidays and evokes images of celebrations with family and friends. This is the ...

Roast Turkey with Apple, Sausage, with Herb Stuffing - view recipe
Traditional roast turkey is still the dish of choice for most holidays and evokes images of celebrations with family and friends. This is the ...

Roast Turkey with Apple, Sausage, with Herb Stuffing - view recipe
Traditional roast turkey is still the dish of choice for most holidays and evokes images of celebrations with family and friends. This is the ...

Zucchini Potato Latkes - Chanukah - view recipe
Hanukkah is celebrated the end of December. One of the traditional foods made during this celebration is potato latkes. In this recipe you will ...


Vernon Body and Soul Wellness Fair 2015


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Wellness Tip
Think Small for Pasta Portions
Did you know that one serving of pasta is a 1/2 cup cooked, or a portion about the size of half a baseball? Depending on gender, age and level of physical activity, most people need between 6 and 11 servings of grains each day. Heaping plates of pasta may end up providing more calorie-dense carbohydrates than you need. For a well-balanced meal, try limiting portions of pasta to ½ - ¾ cup; consider whole wheat, if available; and include plenty of vegetables and lean meat, fish, chicken or tofu.


Ancient Ireland, Holiday & Music Tour with Maria O’Farrell Carr & Nancy Rebecca (September)


Wellness Directory
Dr. Natalie Mazurin ~ Penticton Naturopathic Clinic
Specialty: Naturopathic Doctors
Dr. Natalie Mazurin now works in Penticton, after running a successful clinic in downtown Vancouver. Natalie has a general family practice & brings a unique sense of energy and commitment to patient c
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Kyron Ireland Tour 2016


Event
Okanagan-Similkameen Healthy Living Fair
Date: Mar 14, 2015
Location: Penticton & South Okanagan
Healthy Heart Screening & Trade Exhibition. FREE to the Public. Over 50 Health & Fitness Exhibitors. ...
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Angel Empowerment Practitioner™ International Course - Penticton


Article
What is the Human Akash?
The Human Akash is complicated and often misunderstood. The premise is that the many attributes of our past lives are carried over into the current life in that mysterious energy called, The Akashic Record. Often, specific past-life experiences seem to be etched into our cellular structure and continue to effect us today. Do these residuals carry over and affect where we live and how we make decisions? The answer is yes, and the many life-changing potentials are profound.
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Recipe
Lemon-herb Baked Rainbow Trout
Category: Fish
Description: A lovely delicate baked fish with lemon and french herbs makes a great light dinner or livens up some fresh salad greens.

Rainbow Trout are rich in fat and have particular, natural fatty acids - the main component of fat - not found in any other foods. These fatty acids are missing many hydrogen atoms so they are highly polyunsaturated, more so than other polyunsaturated fatty acids in food. Also, they are longer than most other fatty acids. These structural differences give fish oil fatty acids their unique health properties. They are called "omega-3" fatty acids because of the location of the first two missing hydrogens in their chemical structure. The two main omega-3 fatty acids in fish oils are called EPA* and DHA* for short. EPA and DHA occur naturally only in seafood, and are abundant only in fatty fish and marine animals.

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