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Banana Chocolate chip muffins - view recipe
This is abit of a twist on the tradional banana muffin. With the added protien from the quinoa and fibre from the oatmeal it makes a great ...

Country Comfort Muffins - view recipe
This recipe is packed with raw seeds with just enough of a sweet balance that your family will love them! This Halloween, don't forget to save ...

Irish Salba Hummus - view recipe
Hummus is a chickpea paste that is popular in various local forms throughout the Middle Eastern world, but its origins are unknown. In Arabic ...

Kale Chips - view recipe
If you have yet to hop on the kale chip bandwagon, here's your chance! We've compiled our three favorite kale chips recipes to share with you. ...


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Raisins in the Sun - view recipe
Raisins in the Sun are high in Iron. Great energy booster. This recipe is good for dealing with Anemia as the raisins contain considerable ...

Sweet Potato Oatmeal Energy Bars - view recipe
A really delicious good-for-you dessert. It seems strange to add sweet potatoes to a bar but because I love sweet potatoes, this recipe caught ...

Toasted Pumpkin Seeds - view recipe
Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are flat, dark green seeds. Subtly sweet and nutty with a malleable, chewy texture, the roasted seeds ...

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Wellness Tip
Kale
Did you know that kale is low in calories, and high in the antioxidants vitamin A and vitamin C? According to our registered dietitian, it's also very low in sodium. Kale can be consumed in soups, salads, with other greens, or by itself as a side dish or garnish. If kale doesn't interest you, consider trying other dark leafy greens, such as spinach or romaine.


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Wellness Directory
Bahiti Belly Dance
Specialty: Belly Dancing
Bahiti encourages positive body image, personal expression through dance, and helps to build self confidence and awareness. We welcome all ages, abilities, body shapes and sizes!
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Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet


Event
Sacred Tour in Hawaii & Advance Angel Empowerment Practitioner™ Course
Date: Nov 6, 2014
Location: USA – all other parts
Join Cindy Smith and the AEP family on a Sacred Tour to Hawaii plus take the Advance AEP course along with tours of the Big Island, visit to Pele's Volanco and swim with the wild dolphins.
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What Makes Gregg Braden Tick?
Gregg Braden is coming to the Okanagan in September. It is hard to know where to begin to describe this man. Author of such books as “The Turning Point, The Divine Matrix, Awakening to Zero Point, and Walking Between Worlds: The Science of Compassion, Gregg is a visionary with feet firmly planted in the realms of disciplined scientific thought, and a humanist who believes people are...
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Celtic Healings Intuitive Readings with Maria O'Farrell Carr


Recipe
Penne à la Broccoli
Category: Side Dishes
Description: This is one of the fastest and easiest main dishes to make. It's full of flavor and quick - it also has the cancer-fighting protection of broccoli.
Broccoli nutrition facts are astounding. Broccoli is a member of the cruciferous family of vegetables that includes cauliflower, cabbage, turnips, rutabaga, kale, bok choy, Brussels sprouts and mustard greens.The nutritional value of broccoli combined with its low calories make this vegetable a must have on any healthy eating plan. There is a high level of vitamin C in broccoli. Broccoli is also packed with vitamin A, beta carotene, B vitamins especially B3 and B5, folic acid, phosphorus, potassium, iron, chromium, which is an easily absorbed form of calcium, zinc and lots of fiber. It's also loaded with carotenoids - antioxidants that are thought to help with weight loss.
Broccoli helps fight cancer, especially breast, colon and lung. It boosts the immune system. Broccoli also contains antioxidants and a substance called sulforaphane, which research is showing to be a powerful cancer fighter and preventer.
There is strong evidence that broccoli may reduce the risk of heart disease. It is an antioxidant and helps with stress. Broccoli also lowers the incidence of cataracts and is considered energy boosting. Its high calcium content builds bones.
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