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Ferlow Botanicals


Wellness Tip
Fiber
There are two main types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber has been associated with lowering blood cholesterol. It is found in oat bran, beans and other legumes, psyllium, prunes, apples and pears. Insoluble fiber, found in fruits, vegetables, dried beans, wheat bran, seeds, popcorn, brown rice, and whole grain products, is typical of the course material we think of as roughage. It helps keep the bowels regular and may also help prevent certain types of cancers. Both types of fiber, when taken with plenty of water, aid in weight control and the regulation of blood pressure.


Penticton Wellness Fair 2016


Wellness Directory
Certified Craniosacral 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. Craniosacral, Reflexology, Massage,
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Okanagan Angels and Fairies Expo 2016 - June 11 &12


Event
Guided Meditation
Date: Jun 13, 2016
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
Monthly Guided Meditation for Stress Relief, Health & Wellness in West Kelowna, BC
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Okanagan Angels and Fairies Expo 2016 - June 11 &12


Article
Holistic Pet Health Care in Brief
There are many modalities in the realm of holistic health care for pets and this article will not go into any one of them in detail. The purpose of this article is to introduce you to a paradigm shift in the way you view your pet’s overall care and to encourage you to do your own research to discover what might be best for your pet.
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Okanagan Angels and Fairies Expo 2016 - June 11 &12


Recipe
Healthy Omlette
Category: Breakfast
Description: This is a simple omlette that is packed full of flavour! All eggs contain the same basic good stuff, and the large ones pack only 72 calories each, so you really can't go wrong. But depending on your eating habits, special eggs may be worth the extra cash. Labels to look for are Organic eggs as these were laid by chickens that aren't fed nasty slaughterhouse byproducts, antibiotics, or certain additives. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between free run and free range - check out the OK In Health article on that topic in our August Article section.

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Kelowna Holistic Market