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Banana Chocolate chip muffins - view recipe
This is abit of a twist on the tradional banana muffin. With the added protien from the quinoa and fibre from the oatmeal it makes a great ...

Country Comfort Muffins - view recipe
This recipe is packed with raw seeds with just enough of a sweet balance that your family will love them! This Halloween, don't forget to save ...

Irish Salba Hummus - view recipe
Hummus is a chickpea paste that is popular in various local forms throughout the Middle Eastern world, but its origins are unknown. In Arabic ...

Kale Chips - view recipe
If you have yet to hop on the kale chip bandwagon, here's your chance! We've compiled our three favorite kale chips recipes to share with you. ...


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Raisins in the Sun - view recipe
Raisins in the Sun are high in Iron. Great energy booster. This recipe is good for dealing with Anemia as the raisins contain considerable ...

Sweet Potato Oatmeal Energy Bars - view recipe
A really delicious good-for-you dessert. It seems strange to add sweet potatoes to a bar but because I love sweet potatoes, this recipe caught ...

Toasted Pumpkin Seeds - view recipe
Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are flat, dark green seeds. Subtly sweet and nutty with a malleable, chewy texture, the roasted seeds ...

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Wellness Tip
Bean Power
Beans, also called legumes, are inexpensive and quite filling. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommends eating them several times each week. Red, black, pinto, or kidney beans all pack a nutritional punch. One-third cup of cooked beans has only 80 calories, no cholesterol, lots of complex carbohydrates, and little fat. They are also a great source of protein, full of B vitamins, potassium, and fiber. Experts believe that eating beans may reduce blood cholesterol, a leading cause of heart disease.


Body & Soul Wellness Fair - Vernon - March 2018


Wellness Directory
Daydream Esthetics Studio with Deanna Klan
Specialty: Spa
Deanna Klan has an impressive line-up of facial techniques including crystal therapy, healing energy and harmonic frequencies. Using organic and wild-crafted skin care products.
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Celtic Angel Tour to Ireland with Cindy Smith & Maria O'Farrell Carr


Event
Holistic Market & Psychic Fair
Date: Jan 28, 2018
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Holistic Market brings together healing arts practitioners, artists, holistic vendors & speakers in Kelowna every month. Market dates are Sundays 11-4
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Celtic Angel Tour to Ireland with Cindy Smith & Maria O'Farrell Carr


Article
The Ultimate Libido Boost
Men hit their sexual peak in their late 20's. However the truth is that a man's sexuality is largely controlled through the production of a powerful hormone called testosterone.
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Celtic Healings Intuitive Readings with Maria O'Farrell Carr


Recipe
Raw Pecan Truffles
Category: Raw Foods
Description: Raw nuts are a healthy addition to any diet. They’re a great snack on their own, added to recipes, or turned into milk or used in recipes like the raw truffles. This recipes calls for 1 cup of pecans. Pecans are particularly good for you because they contain more antioxidants than any other nut, according to a recent report published in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. Antioxidants are substances found in foods that protect against cell damage and, studies have shown, can help fight diseases like heart disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and cancer.
Just a handful of pecans contains vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and fiber, as well as antioxidants. And because pecans are so rich in heart- healthy fat, it doesn't take too many to feel full. In fact, studies have shown that eating nuts has a beneficial effect on the waistline.
This recipe is quick, easy, healthy, and delicious!
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Melissa's Aloe-Pet - Christmas Gift