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|Tips to Lower Sodium Intake |
|Have you been advised to limit your sodium intake? If so, try to eat a variety of raw, dried and frozen vegetables. Most of them are naturally low in sodium. Canned vegetables generally contain a significant amount of added salt unless the label states that it is low in sodium. Look for descriptions such as "no salt added" and "reduced sodium" on the Nutrition Facts labels when buying canned vegetables.|
|Certified CranialSacral Therapy ~ 'Nurture' ~ Pam Tilitzky |
|Specialty: Craniosacral Therapy|
Nurture offers a calm space with various modalities and integrated treatment options.
Focus is put upon crafting a treatment plan specific for each person's needs.
|The OKanagan Sacred Energy Festival|
|Date: Jun 12, 2015|
Location: Penticton & South Okanagan
Learn how to connect with the sacred energy of land, sacred sites, Angels & Fairies Expo, Seminars, Jane Donald's Celtic Vibration course, Beach day, Wine tour, Summer Solstice...
|The Animals of Earth|
|The animals of Earth are not only here for biological reasons. They are here to connect with us and help us in our lessons. Mostly, they help us to learn unconditional love and compassion, as we move towards peace on Earth.|
|Vegetarian Coconut Chili|
|Category: Vegetarian Entrees|
Description: This chili has just a hint of coconut to add a tasty twist. If you want a stronger coconut flavour simply replace the vegetable stock with coconut milk.
For much of the last few decades, coconut oil got a bad rap in mainstream media. Critics said it was high in cholesterol and fat, and so many people did not include in in their daily diets. But island populations around the world have celebrated the coconut for centuries for its health benefits, using the meat juice, milk and oil the fruit provides in everything from cooking to disease prevention. Modern medicine is now jumping on the bandwagon and releasing its own findings on the health benefits of coconut.