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|Low Fat Brownies|
|Bake sale coming up? Consider modifying your traditional brownie mix recipe a bit. You can omit the oil, double the water, use 2 egg whites in place of each egg, and add 1 tsp vanilla extract. Your brownies will remain moist and chewy; you'll save about 15 grams of fat per tablespoon of oil omitted, and reduce the cholesterol by removing the egg yolks. But don't forget, reduced fat doesn't mean calorie free; portion size still matters.|
|Sheila Stephenson – Penticton Health Practitioner|
Sheila Stephenson is a Certified Reflexologist, a Reiki Master, and does Shiatsu Massage. Sheila also practices the Yuen Method and Access Consciousness - The Bars.
|Bowen Therapy Training Kamloops |
|Date: Mar 26, 2015|
Location: Vernon & North Okanagan
Bowen therapy training in Kamloops BC.
|Are You Having an Identity Crisis?|
|While walking along beautiful Mission Creek one morning I thought about the ‘Identity Crisis’ I had recently experienced. I knew I wasn’t the same person that I used to be and yet I was in the midst of re-inventing who I have become.|
|Gluten-Free: Amaranth, Quinoa and Dark Chocolate Cake|
Description: Amaranth: This Central American ancient food has been cultivated for 8000 years, and is comparable to rice. Considered a grain, it is actually a seed. Amaranth is especially high in lysine, an essential amino acid most grains lack. Plus it is gluten free!
Amaranth is a pseudocereal that has been consumed as a grain since ancient times; the tiny buff-colored amaranth spheres were important in both Aztec cuisine and culture. Amaranth grains are rich in high-quality protein and minerals, and are naturally gluten-free.
The health benefits of Amaranth are that it is rich in Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Potassium, and Phosphorus. It can be used ground as flour, cooked as a cereal, sprinkled on foods or even used as a thickener for soups. To cook, combine 1 part raw seeds to 2 1/2 parts liquid. Simmer 18-20 minutes, until soft. Amaranth may be toasted like pop corn and mixed with honey to make a treat called " alegria" which means "joy" in Spanish.