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Wellness Tip
Fat Content Can Be Misleading
When you see a product in the grocery store labeled 98% fat free, don't be fooled. According to the Food & Drug Administration, that percentage refers to the percentage of fat by weight, not by calories. For example, a slice of 89% fat free deli meat means that only 11% of the weight of the product is fat. Although this sounds low, over 50% of the calories may come from fat -- making it a high-fat choice as far as your body is concerned! When selecting low fat foods, ignore the advertising hype; look for grams of fat or the percent Daily Value for fat on the nutrition label.


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Specialty: Life Coach
I am your Guide to Your Desired Life. I assist you on all levels of healing within my programs. I assist you with becoming connected with your Heart and Awaken to your truth and beauty.
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Okanagan Angels and Fairies Expo - 2nd Annual - Penticton


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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Article
6 steps for 2014 by by: Andrew Weil, M.D
Getting healthy need not be overwhelming. Here are six simple, straightforward ways to get on track toward optimum health in the new year.
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Recipe
Quinoa and lentil pilaf
Category: Main Meals
Description: Canada's Food Guide recommends that you make half of your grain servings whole grain. The Incas, who first cultivated quinoa in the Andes, called quinoa (pronounced keenwa) the mother of all grains. The Guide also suggests that you eat legumes such as lentils often.

Quinoa is actually a seed from a plant that is related to Spinach and Chard. You can eat the leaves as well as the seeds.
Quinoa is a complete protein. It is full of good nutrients and vitamins. This means that while you are eating quinoa you are ensuring that your body is getting good quantities of the right minerals to keep you healthy while you are on a reduced diet. It makes an excellent breakfast because the carbohydrates in Quinoa are slow releasing you do not get a rush of energy like with other foods but instead gives energy all morning.
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