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Are you age 45 or over? If so, consider having your fasting blood sugar checked at least once every 3 years. Diabetes affects over 20 million Americans. Many do not know they have this condition. Lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of diabetes. These changes include increasing physical activity and decreasing body weight. Eating a high fiber and low fat diet can also reduce your risk.
Survivorship Dragon Boat Team
Breast Health & Thermography
A group of breast cancer survivors who want to live healthy, active lives and show other life does not end with a cancer diagnosis. Survivorship does this by dragon boating.
Foot Reflexology Course
Mar 28, 2014
Kelowna & Central Okanagan
This course is designed to effectively guide you through a process of learning how to use the reflexology technioques and become competent in the practice of Reflexology.
Vrksasana - Breath Tree Pose
This simple standing balance is a great pose to practice as your first standing balance. And it continues to be a great pose after many years of yoga practice as it reveals new elements of subtle expansion....
Layer Cake with Strawberries, Lentils, & Coconut-Chocolate
Did you freeze some strawberries this summer?
This recipe is the perfect way to use those delicious fruits!
Buckwheat flour, a timeless classic!
Ground on the old stone, this flour can be use for a wide variety of recipes. Greyish in appearance, its color is a proof of its high content in rutin, a flavonoid antioxidant-rich. With its high nutrient content, buckwheat flour is one of the healthiest on the market. Vary your favorite bread, cakes, muffins and biscuits recipes by adding buckwheat flour.
What Are the Healthy Benefits of Buckwheat Flour?
Excellent source of copper. Essential for the formation of red blood cells and various hormones.
Helps fight against free radicals, which are harmful to the body.
Good source of magnesium
Good source manganese
High in soluble fiber
Source of iron
Source of zinc
Source of Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
Source of Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
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