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Float Body and Mind Wellness in Penticton


Wellness Tip
Greens
Have you heard of arugula? It is a green, leafy vegetable that contains about 20 times more beta-carotene and vitamin C than iceberg lettuce. It also has 8 times more calcium. When making green salads at home, consider choosing dark green leaves, such as arugula, romaine, and chicory. Using these greens in salads and on sandwiches creates a more nutritious meal.


Float Body and Mind Wellness in Penticton


Wellness Directory
Health is Bliss
Specialty: Nutrition Coach
Health is Bliss is owned and operated by Shannon Bliss, Certified Nutritional Practitioner, Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner and Live Blood Analyst.
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Kelowna Wellness Fair 2017


Event
Become a Hypnotherapy Coach live in Kelowna in September
Date: Sep 17, 2017
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
IMDHA Certified Hypnotherapy Training And Coaching Program
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Kelowna Wellness Fair 2017


Article
The history behind Ireland’s ancient Druids
Who were the Druids? Today the word conjures thoughts of magic, wizardry and spiritualism, but in ancient times the definition of Druid was much broader. During the Iron Age, the Druids made up the higher-educated tier of Celtic society, including poets, doctors and spiritual leaders. The legacy of this last group is the most enduring and the most mysterious. The earliest evidence of the Druid spiritual tradition is from 25,000 years ago and is found in...
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Recipe
Dark Chocolate Zucchini (or summer squash) Cake
Category: Desserts
Description: Dark chocolate the bitter sweet treat! It's more than wishful thinking - chocolate can be good for you. Studies show that eating chocolate, primarily dark chocolate, may contribute to improved cardiovascular health. Packed with natural antioxidants, dark chocolate and cocoa sit in the same good-for-you category as green tea and blueberries. That's because chocolate comes from cacao beans (or cocoa beans), which grow on the cacao tree and are full of natural plant nutrients. Most of the studies to date highlight dark chocolate's health values because it has the highest percentage of cocoa solids, therefore more antioxidants.
*Health Fact! 40g of cocoa powder a day for 4 weeks has been proven to increase HDL (good) cholesterol by 5% while decreasing LDL (bad cholesterol by 14%!
As a part of the summer squash family, zucchini not only offers delightful taste and texture to many dishes, but also carries with it many health bene?ts.
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