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Defending the Self

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By KELLIE KAMRYN In a self-defence class for women that I co-teach, a couple of ladies asked me if I’ve ever been assaulted. A fair question considering my passion and enjoyment for sharing my knowledge of…

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Spiralize This – Recipes

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By ANNA LAZOWSKI If you’re a spiralizing newbie, here are some easy ways to get in on this latest veggie-driven trend. Read full article…. Anna Lazowski is a registered holistic nutritionist and journalist in Winnipeg….

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Spiralize This

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5 Veggies to Get You Started on a Healthy Noodle Habit By ANNA LAZOWSKI If you’ve gone gluten-free or are just trying to cut down on processed carbohydrates while increasing your intake of fresh veggies,…

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When Iron Strikes

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The most red-blooded of essential minerals has a dark side, and it’s mainly because of the meat By SYD BAUMEL Iron, that most red-blooded of essential nutrients, has a dark side. >And it’s not just…

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Non-Judgment Day

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By KELLIE KAMRYN I’m writing this on the heels of a post I read on Facebook by author Elizabeth Gilbert. She speaks about women judging other women for some choices they make in regards to their…

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Ear-Splitting

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By Marie Sharpe Schnerch A few years ago, after hearing that his cousin had been diagnosed with something called Sleep Apnea, my husband mentioned that he thought I might be suffering from the same condition….

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A Fighting Chance

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By Marie Sharpe Schnerch As I stepped from the house into the cool morning air the other day, my eyes shifted to the sky in an effort to see the geese I could hear so…

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