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|Vitamin D aids in the absorption of dietary calcium, which is essential for bone health. Very few foods naturally contain vitamin D. The major dietary sources of vitamin D in the U.S. are fortified products such as milk, some brands of orange juice and ready-to-eat cereals. The body also makes it after exposure to sunlight. If you feel you might not be getting enough vitamin D, or if you are thinking of taking a supplement, consult your physician or a dietitian.|
|Soul Sistah Activations with Trish Zierler|
Uniquely personalized combinations of Reiki, Liqhtwave, Sound, Colour,& Powerful Images are used to balance, harmonize, align and activate you into moving forward on your own life's journey.
|Birthing As Nature Intended Course with Teresa Van-Zeller from California |
|Date: Sep 20, 2014|
Location: Vernon & North Okanagan
Start new or enhance your career by becoming certified as a
Birthing As Nature Intended, (B.A.N.I.)™ Childbirth Education Practitioner.
|A Love for Lavender|
|Lavender, mostly known for its beautiful relaxing scent, often seen in sachets and spas, is so much more that a pretty smell. This purple scented flower, native to the Mediterranean, has countless unknown healing properties.|
|Raw Green Smoothie|
|Category: Raw Foods|
Description: "Nutrient-rich kale is hidden in this delicious banana smoothie. . . perfect for those of us who have a hard time getting our daily dose of veggies!"
Kale is not only one of the more beautiful cruciferous vegetables, but it also one of the most nutritious. Here are nine reasons to eat kale, and eat it often.
One cup of kale has only 36 calories and zero grams of fat, which makes it a great diet aid. Furthermore, one cup contains nearly 20% of the RDA of dietary fiber, which promotes regular digestion, prevents constipation, lowers blood sugar and curbs overeating. Finally, kale contains the glucosinolate isothiocyanate (ITC) that fights the formation of H. pylori (Helicobacter pylori), a bacterial growth in the stomach lining that can lead to gastric cancer.