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Wellness Tip
Keep It Spicy!
Seasonings can add loads of flavor to reduced-fat recipes. Try basil to spruce up poultry, cilantro or salsa with fish, and dill in low-fat cottage cheese. Use cracked black or red pepper for more exciting pasta, and add turmeric to rice dishes. A little spice goes a long way toward making fat-modified dishes taste great.


Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet


Wellness Directory
Carla Van Voorst ~ Holographic Healing and BodyTalk
Specialty: Body Talk
BodyTalk is a consciousness medicine, it stimulates the body's innate ability to heal itself. Crystal Healing. Crystals have consciousness, they can amplify & transmit information.
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14 Day Celtic Angel Tour to Ireland with Maria Carr & Cindy Smith


Event
FSRC Face Reading Mian Xiang - Module 2
Date: Nov 11, 2014
Location: Vernon & North Okanagan
Face Reading Mian Xiang was developed in China as one of the most powerful tools to foresee personal problems.Pre-requisite: FSRC Face Reading Mian Xiang Module I.
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14 Day Celtic Angel Tour to Ireland with Maria Carr & Cindy Smith


Article
150 Organic and Natural Gardening Tips ~ Part Four ~ 76 to 100
Let's start we the next 25 Tips, Hints, Tricks and Facts for Natural Gardening. April is all about getting ready for Spring and preparing for the summer growing season. Here are some tips such as: Feed your indoor seedlings with dilute fish fertilizer, unless the odor is a problem. If so, worm tea works well; it is gentle and won’t burn tender seedlings. Or use a fan to blow a gentle breeze over seedlings indoors. The breeze increases air circulation, which decreases disease problems and helps build stronger stems. Another tips is to hide an ugly chain link fence with climbing flowers such as morning glories or sweet peas, or tall flowers such as hollyhocks or sunflowers. Read more tips....
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Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet


Recipe
Low Fat Broccoli and Cauliflower - slowcooker Recipe
Category: Slow Cooker!
Description: How simple is this make and it is such a great way to use these amazing veggies.

Broccoli and cauliflower are members of the cruciferous family of vegetables that includes cabbage, turnips, rutabaga, kale, bok choy, Brussels sprouts and mustard greens. The nutritional value of broccoli and cauliflower combined with its low calories make these vegetables a must have on any healthy eating plan.
There is a high level of vitamin C in broccoli. Broccoli is also packed with vitamin A, beta carotene, B vitamins especially B3 and B5, folic acid, phosphorus, potassium, iron, chromium, which is an easily absorbed form of calcium, zinc and lots of fiber. It's also loaded with carotenoids - antioxidants that are thought to help with weight loss.

Cauliflower is at its best from December through March when it is in season and most plentiful in your local markets. Cauliflower contains allicin, which can improve heart health and reduce the risk of strokes, and selenium, a chemical that works well with Vitamin C to strengthen the immune system. Cauliflower can also help to maintain a healthy cholesterol level.
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Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet