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|Nut Nutrition |
|Nuts are a good source of protein, fiber, and beneficial fats. Almonds, walnuts, peanuts, and peanut butter are rich sources of heart healthy monounsaturated fats which lower LDL (bad) cholesterol when substituted for saturated fat. Walnuts also contain omega 3 fatty acids which help prevent inflammation, reduce blood clot formation, lower triglycerides. Nuts are a calorie dense food so keep portion size is mind. Consider sprinkling nuts on salads, adding them to whole grain side dishes, or using as a topping for a yogurt/fruit parfait.|
|Indigo Dreamer ~ Kerry Palframan|
|Specialty: Psychics & Mediums|
Registered Nurse, Visionary, Teacher, Healer, Speaker, Medical Intuitive, Dream Interpreter, Spiritual Medium, Intuitive Readings, Intuitive Life Coach, Author and Guided Meditation CD Artist
|OK In Health presents - Certified Indian Head Massage - Weekend Intensive |
|Date: May 26, 2013|
Location: Penticton & South Okanagan
OK in Health Presents - Come and learn the Indian Head Massage sequence for the upper back, shoulders, arms, neck, scalp, face and ears by means of practical instruction, demonstrations and lots of hands-on experience. Early-bird rates available now...
|Think Hemp Seed! For Food - Part Two|
|Part two - The hemp seed has a multitude of uses in food. The meat of the hemp seed is also highly nutritious and versatile for preparing a number of foods. The hempseed oil is very fragile and should be refrigerated in a airtight container to preserve its freshness and nutrient value. The oil is best used raw unheated. Among the foods products from the hempseeds are health snack bars, cookies, porridge, nut butter, chips, pastas, tortillas, humus, cheese, ice cream, burgers, flour, breads, cereals, pretzels, chocolate and more. Hempseed nuts can be mixed into... |
|Salba Irish Hummus|
Description: Hummus is a chickpea paste that is popular in various local forms throughout the Middle Eastern world, but its origins are unknown. In Arabic the word hummus is used to describe the dish or just chickpeas.
Salba seed is actually what you are seeing on commericals for chia pets.The salba seed is the richest whole food source of fiber and omega 3 fatty acids found in nature. The seed is flavorless and odorless. The salba seed is the only ancient grain for which there are acute and long term human nutritional studies. The salba seed is one of the most nutritional packed foods in the world. It has been labeled " the super grain." It has 6x the calcium of milk
- 3x the antioxidant strength of blueberries- 2x the potassium of bananas- 3x more iron that spinach- 8x the omega 3 fatty acids of salmon- 2.5x the vegetable protein of kidney beans- 15x the magnesium of broccoli- 1.1x the fiber of bran- half the folate of asparagusd and aids in digestion.