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Are You Coming to Peru?

Date: Dec 11, 2016
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This is a 12 day journey in the Sacred Valley of Peru. Join like minded people this December and savor the energy Peru shares and contributes to the world. ...

Caroline Sutherland's - Free Monday Night Teleconference

Date: Every Monday - 5:30pm PT/8:30pm ET
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FREE Teleconference - Ask a Question - Each week, Internationally Recognized Medical Intuitive, Caroline discuss a topical health issue that affect us all. Then she opens up the phone lines, does some spot readings....

Herbology I ~ by Dr. Terry Willard

Date: On-Going
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The foundational course to your Career in Herbalism. Created and presented by Dr. Terry Willard. Discusses the actions & therapeutic uses of many major herbs used in western herbology....

Chronic Pain and/or fatigue Peer-to-Peer Virtual Support Group

Date: Bi-weekly event starting Oct 9, 7:00 pm
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This peer-to-peer support group is for anyone living with chronic pain and/or fatigue. You will need a computer, microphone or webcam/mic, and a Skype account. Max # of participants: 15, ages 18+ ...

Healing Attunements With The Masters

Date: June 2014
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2 Days of divinely channeled, experiential healing attunements from the Ascended Masters and Archangels in magical Mt. Shasta, California ...

How to Raise Your Vibration and Why - WORKSHOP

Date: To host a workshop in your City Call us
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Learn the laws of vibration and techniques to raise your frequency, book Raise Your Vibration, Transform Your Life by author Dawn James included. ...

Yoga Teacher Training in India

Date: Feb-10 Mar-12
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Yoga Teacher Training with Heather Elton & Emil Wendel. 200+ hours Yoga Alliance. We will teach you how to teach yoga and get to the spiritual heart of the practice....

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Fiber
There are two main types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber strongly attracts water during digestion. It appears to help lower blood cholesterol. Oat, beans and other legumes, Flax, prunes, apples and pears are rich in soluble fiber. Insoluble fiber mixes less easily with water. It is found in many fruits, vegetables, dried beans, wheat bran, seeds, popcorn, and whole grain products. Insoluble fiber helps keep the bowels regular and may help prevent certain types of cancers. Both types, when taken with plenty of water, aid in weight control and the regulation of blood pressure, blood sugar, and blood cholesterol.


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Psychic with over 30 years of experience,Therapeutic Touch, PSYCH-K. Chakra readings. Workshops. Keynotes. Clear and practical advice. Call toll-free 855-755-5887. Reach me on my cell at 250-863-5505.
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Spiritual Heart Hawaiian Cruise 2017  ( Vancouver Round-trip)


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Approaching Emotions and Wisdom through the Dhyani Buddhas with Lama Lena
Date: Aug 2, 2016
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Dhyani Buddhas represent the basic mandala in ourselves, our environment and in the cosmos. Each represents a negative quality and the transformed aspect of that which is natural wisdom.
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Kelowna Holistic Market


Article
WARM UP – How Much, How Long, Why?
Addressing the Warm Up Controversy. There has been constant debate on the intensity and duration of a warm-up, having read that it can be up to 30mins long for endurance athlete’s is one train of thought. I must say however, that I believe it to be an important part of working out even for us average Joe’s is......
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Recipe
Carob Chip Protein Cookies
Category: Desserts
Description: This recipe is so simple to make. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl with your hands, form into balls, and place on a cookie sheet and in 8 minutes you have some healthy cookies to eat or for kids lunches.
What Are the Benefits of Carob Chips?

Many people enjoy chocolate chip cookies or other desserts containing chocolate chips, but using carob chips instead offers a variety of benefits. While you will not get chocolate flavor from carob chips, they do impart a sweet taste -- allowing you to satisfy your sweet tooth while getting more nutritional value and less cholesterol. Carob provides fiber and your body needs 25 to 38 g of fiber each day to keep your bowels and digestion functioning at an optimal level. Consume a 2-tbsp. serving of carob chips, and you take in 2 g of fiber. This may not seem like much; however, in comparison to 2 tbsp. of chocolate chips, which contains no fiber, it is a good option for adding fiber to your diet. If you use carob chips in baked goods, you can increase your fiber by choosing whole grain flours and high-fiber nuts for your recipe. it also has no Cholesterol. Your physician may warn you off foods such as baked goods in an effort to decrease your cholesterol intake if you have high blood cholesterol levels. Too much cholesterol in your blood may build up and block blood flow, increasing your risk of a heart attack. Limit your consumption to 300 mg per day. You can slightly lower the amount of cholesterol in the foods you make by opting to use carob chips -- a serving of this sweet chip contains no cholesterol. If you use regular chocolate chips, you take in 3.5 mg of cholesterol per 2-tbsp. serving. It also decreases your caffeine Intake. Chocolate chips naturally contain 18 mg of caffeine per 2-tbsp. serving, far less than a cup of coffee ; however, if you are a person with caffeine sensitivities, carob chips are a smarter choice as they contain no caffeine. Carob chips are a good choice to supplement your calcium intake. A 2-tbsp. serving of this food provides you with 2 percent of the daily recommended intake of calcium if you adhere to a 2,000 calorie diet. The calcium you get from carob chips promotes bone strength and density. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, calcium may also ease symptoms of premenstrual syndrome and play a role in lowering your risk of hypertension.
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