Volume 26 Issue 3 January/February 2021
Giti Caravan’s New Book will Boost Your Confidence to Embrace All That’s Possible
by Giti Caravan
Have you ever wished to radiate self-confidence without words, embrace opportunities without hesitation, develop self-assurance without arrogance, and have serenity without impassivity? If you answered yes, then this book is for you. Get simple guidance to boost your confidence and start embracing all that’s possible with the lessons in Giti Caravan’s new book, 12 Key Steps to Build High Confidence.
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Bone Broth, a Warm Bowl of Goodness and Healing
by Hélène Tremblay-Boyko
Since the first snows arrived last fall, I have found great comfort in a steaming bowl of homemade soup for my noontime meal. Of course, the base for any truly nourishing soup is a good old-fashioned bone broth. After boiling and simmering either a chicken carcass or beef bones, I strain and cool the stock and then refrigerate it, at least overnight. That allows the fat to rise and solidify on top. I can scrape that off for a low-fat broth and use it for cooking other meals. In the cold days of winter, one of my favorite soups is squash soup and nothing could be easier.
New Book, Flat Out Delicious, a call to local food action
The time has never been better to build a thriving local food system in Saskatchewan
by Jenn Sharp
I wrote a book! And I’m beyond excited to share it with you. In the summer and fall of 2018, photographer Richard Marjan and I travelled all over the province to meet, interview, and capture images of Saskatchewan’s food artisans; that is, our small-scale farmers and market gardeners, beekeepers and winemakers, ranchers, chefs, cheesemakers, and more. The resulting book, Flat Out Delicious: Your Definitive Guide to Saskatchewan’s Food Artisans, shares our bountiful local food story through the eyes of over 150 food artisans. It also includes longer essays about our unique ingredients and iconic food traditions. I was surprised to discover just how much food we produce. It ignited a newfound pride in our humble prairie people.
Shining Story of Local Resilience, Excellence, and Success!
by Kira Judge
Hey, WHOLifE reader! I have an exciting shining success story to share! I am super pumped and inspired to be a brand new member of the SES Solar Co-op board of directors. This volunteer-based organization deserves a huge congratulations and thank you from all of us. So without further ado, congrats and thanks SES Solar Co-op! It is an amazing example of resilience and creativity for anyone who can relate to my love and appreciation of our shining province. Saskatchewan sees an average of 2,267 hours of bright sunshine every year.
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The Miraculous Healing Benefits of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy
by Robert W. Connolly, April 16, 2019
Most people connect the name Tesla with an award-winning electric car brand, or with the invention of AC electricity. But few people realize that Nikola Tesla (1856–1943) was also the father of Advanced Electromagnetic Field Frequency Therapy.
My Personal Awakening – I became aware of Tesla’s electromagnetic field therapy 10 years ago, when it cured me of depression. In 1995, I had begun to experience a “phantom ring” sensation in my pants pocket (the sensation of a cell phone vibrating in my pocket even though there was no cell phone present). Over the next 15 years, this odd sensation was followed by aches and pains that moved around my body. I then started to forget things in a haze of brain fog. My appetite was replaced by nausea. Increasing anxiety, depression, and ultimately a nervous breakdown stopped me from working.
End Weight Loss Struggles with Mindful Eating
by Sherry Pratt
Mindful eating offers a radically different approach to weight loss, one based on awareness, intention, compassion, and respect for our bodies, rather than rigid and seemingly arbitrary rules dictated by fad diets. Mindful eating is more concerned with the "how" of eating versus the what. The essentials of mindful eating involve paying attention to your senses, your surroundings, and especially your thoughts.
Why You Should Be Taking Cold Showers This Winter
In light of the current climate, most people are interested in supporting their immune system. There are many opportunities to be found beyond the reach of vitamin D and sleeping better, although both are great options. There is a lesser-known body system that is crucial for a healthy immune system – the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is composed of vessels and the lymph nodes that house various white blood cells. These white blood cells cleanse the blood and then return them to the bloodstream. Found within the lymphatic fluid (or lymph) are proteins, foreign particles, viruses, bacteria, and dysplastic cells. Essentially, the lymphatic system removes debris from the body.
by Melva Armstrong
It has been quite the rollercoaster ride over the last two months. I trust you have all survived and have found gentle, soothing, and kind ways to navigate through the endless changes that have been thrust upon all of us each day. I am grateful to live in the country where it is peaceful and quiet, where I can commune with Mother Nature and all that lives upon her. After all, she is the great healer! As I write this editorial, I can hear the strong winter winds whipping up the snow against the house. Looking outside, I see snow frantically swirling around and forming into various size mounds in all different places. It is quite a magical sight. We definitely know it is winter on the prairies.
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Pet Wellness – Keeping Your Pets Happy and Healthy
What are the Akashic Records?
News of Note