This page was not found - check out our new OK In Health Website!
We are sorry, but that page has been removed from the web to make room for our fabulous new web site. You won’t want to miss all the incredible new information. Most of our sections can be browsed and searched. There are thousands of pages on our new website and all of the most important information has been copied over with a better way of locating what you are looking for.
Click Here to Go to the New OK In Health Website
- Recipe Section - managed by our nutritionist Shannon Bliss. Do you have a recipe you would like to share with our members?
- Q and A Column - We are here to help you with any of your health-related questions – nothing’s too big or too small! Our professional expert panel will do our best to provide you with information, suggestions, and resources.
- Soular Rhythms – Take time in your busy week to reflect on your inner rhythms of yourself and your life.
- Wellness Directory – Search for services and practitioners in your area.
- Event Reviews – see what other people think of the featured events
- Articles – new articles every month
- Contests - ongoing
Connect with Us
|Healthy Tips From Brad King|
|Strive to include 40% complex carbohydrates, 30% lean proteins and 30% healthy fats at each meal. We understand that this is not always possible, however, this macronutrient balance is designed to work to your metabolic advantage (for most individuals)
|Certified CranialSacral Therapy ~ 'Nurture' ~ Pam Tilitzky |
|Specialty: Craniosacral Therapy|
Nurture offers a calm space with various modalities and integrated treatment options.
Focus is put upon crafting a treatment plan specific for each person's needs.
|Certified Angel Empowerment Practitioner™ International Course in Northern Ireland (Bangor)|
|Date: Mar 27, 2015|
4 Day Angel Course with World renowned Canadian facilitator Cindy Smith. Learn how to heal and connect with the angels. Enhance your personal development or energy based business.
|6 steps for 2014 by by: Andrew Weil, M.D|
|Getting healthy need not be overwhelming. Here are six simple, straightforward ways to get on track toward optimum health in the new year.|
|Easy RAW Cherry Soup (a seasonal delight)|
|Category: Raw Foods|
Description: Cherries can be sweet or sour, red or black. My favorite varieties are the big black ones. We used to enjoy “Bing” cherries I commonly now see a variety called “Lapins”. Cherries contain anthocyanins, the red pigment in berries. Cherry anthocyanins have been shown to reduce pain and inflammation. Anthocyanins are also potent antioxidants. In addition, they appear to significantly lower blood levels of cholesterol and triglycerides. Cherries are considered a warm food and are great for increasing circulation. They make an excellent detoxifying food, helping the body eliminate uric acid and cleanse the kidneys. They contain ellagic acid, an anticancer compound. So, not only do they taste fabulous, they are also very healthy. A word of caution, cherries are considered to be part of the “”Dirty Dozen” when it comes to fruits and vegetables that have been found to contain the highest levels of pesticide residues. So, it is vitally important to choose only organically grown cherries. They may be considerably more expensive, but your health is worth every extra penny you spend.
Fresh cherries are best stored in a bag in the fruit drawer of your refrigerator. They can also be pitted and frozen into serving sized portions.