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Wellness Tip
Vegetarianism
A plant-centered dietary style that excludes meat. This may include a number of variations. For many people this becomes a way of life that extends beyond dietary practices. Strict vegans often avoid using any product, for example leather or silk, that has animal origins. Some of these dietary styles may be combined. For example, a lacto-ovo-vegetarian includes dairy products and eggs as part of his or her plant-centered diet. For many people, a well-balanced vegetarian diet, high in micronutrients and fiber and generally low in saturated fats, is quite healthy. Although a plant-centered diet is recommended for nearly everyone, some people do not respond well to a diet in which there is no animal protein.


Body and Soul Kelowna Expo 2018


Wellness Directory
Avichi's Rachijpah Healings
Specialty: Chakra Healing
Rachijpah Healings (pronounced "Ra-Chai-Pah") is the home of various healing modalities. Avichi van Campen is the founder and sole operator, and offers you a variety of Services.
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Event
Healing Massage Certificate Course
Date: Sep 29, 2018
Location: Kootenays
You will learn basic practical techniques of massage & how to move blocked energy out of the body. LOTS of hands-on training!
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Penny Hodgson - Certified Holistic Practitioner - Chiron's Way Consulting


Article
Traveling and Dining Out Gluten Free
Helpful information and up to date resources to help you find safe place to eat in your own town and across Canada.
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Celtic Healings Intuitive Readings with Maria O'Farrell Carr


Recipe
Gluten-Free: Amaranth, Quinoa and Dark Chocolate Cake
Category: Gluten-Free
Description: Amaranth: This Central American ancient food has been cultivated for 8000 years, and is comparable to rice. Considered a grain, it is actually a seed. Amaranth is especially high in lysine, an essential amino acid most grains lack. Plus it is gluten free!
Amaranth is a pseudocereal that has been consumed as a grain since ancient times; the tiny buff-colored amaranth spheres were important in both Aztec cuisine and culture. Amaranth grains are rich in high-quality protein and minerals, and are naturally gluten-free.
The health benefits of Amaranth are that it is rich in Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Potassium, and Phosphorus. It can be used ground as flour, cooked as a cereal, sprinkled on foods or even used as a thickener for soups. To cook, combine 1 part raw seeds to 2 1/2 parts liquid. Simmer 18-20 minutes, until soft. Amaranth may be toasted like pop corn and mixed with honey to make a treat called " alegria" which means "joy" in Spanish.
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