Seven Myths About Omega 3s
Healthy Diet Improve Key Marker for Aging
Recipe of the Month
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I can't believe my grandson just turned 18 months
old. It's been such an experience watching him
grow and develop. I think I've been even more
in tune with his growth than I was with my own
children. It's wonderful to be taken back once
again and see the wonderment in things we take for
granted. One of his favorite things to do when
he's at Gramma's house is pull out the Yoga mat!
Congratulations to those of you who took us up on
our New Year, New You health campaign. We're
seeing some fantastic results!! Even though
our challenge is at an end, it's never too late to
get started with improving your health regime.
If you want top grade nutrition and first rate
results, contact us to find out how to get started
February is a new start to many of the classes we
offer. Be sure to check our classes page on
our website at
www.intoyoga.ca. Registering early
is important to be sure you're not waitlisted for a
full class, or find out a class was canceled due to
low registration. We really appreciate those
of you that register early.
I hope you'll take a few moments now, and enjoy the articles in our
Warrior 1 (Virabhadrasana)
-expands chest to improve breathing
-limbers and strengthens ankles, knees, hips and
-firms, tones, and strengthens legs, hips, chest,
back and neck
-improves strength, stamina, endurance, balance,
concentration, digestion and menstrual disorders
-tones abdominal organs
-reduces tension in neck, shoulders and back
1. Stand erect with your feet as far apart as
comfortable, arms ‘T’, palms up.
2. Inhaling, extend your arms up overhead bringing
the palms together, elbows straight.
3. Exhaling, pivot on your right foot, turning your
trunk to the right. Bend your right knee so the
thigh is parallel with the floor.
4. Inhaling, stretch up with your arms.
5. Tilt your head back and look up at your hands,
arching your spine slightly.
6. Hold posture and breathe.
7. Inhale. Exhaling, release the pose.
8. Repeat bending the opposite knee.
7 Myths about Omega 3s
Half a century of research has
taught us that omega-3s are essential for health.
Not a year has gone by without new studies finding
out that more in our diets would be better to
protect our hearts, our skin, our brains, our
joints, and more. But as science progresses, myths
have found their way into the conversation about
these all-important fats.
Unfortunately, some of these myths could lead
people to make poor choices for their health.
Because of these issues, nutritional experts and
scientists gathered last November in Las Vegas to
set the record straight surrounding various omega-3
myths. To continue
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Yoga, Healthy Diet Improve
Key Marker for Aging
Most people remember healthy lifestyle advocate Dr.
Dean Ornish for his ground-breaking work showing
that a program of regular yoga combined with a
healthy diet can reverse ever severe heart disease.
Fewer people may be aware that Dr. Ornish has gone
on to show that a healthy lifestyle routine,
including yoga and meditation, does even more than
that: It may improve levels of telomerase, an enzyme
considered a key marker for longevity. And not just
by a little—according to Ornish’s study, by as much
as 30 percent. Click
to continue reading.
Things First-Time Moms Shouldn't Worry About
Being a new mom can be
daunting. But here are five things you definitely
don’t need to worry about when it comes to your
As a first-time mom, it’s hard not
to worry about everything your baby does or doesn’t
do. You’ve heard it before, every child develops
differently, but that’s hardly enough to satisfy all
your questions and concerns. The good news? Here are
five common reasons why first-time moms worry, and
the evidence for why they shouldn’t. To
continue reading, click
Tuscan Kale Salad (serves
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Kale is among the most nutrient-dense commonly
eaten vegetables. One cup provides 1,327 percent of
the Daily Value (DV) for vitamin K, 192 percent of
DV for vitamin A, and 88 percent for vitamin C.
4-6 cups kale, loosely
packed, sliced leaves of Italian black (Lacinato,
"dinosaur," cavolo nero) midribs removed
juice of 1 lemon
3-4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
2 cloves garlic, mashed
salt & pepper, to taste
hot red pepper flakes, to taste
2/3 cup grated Pecorino Toscano cheese (Rosselino
variety if you can find it) or other flavorful
grating cheese such as Asiago or Parmesan
1/2 cup freshly made bread crumbs from lightly
1. Whisk together
lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper,
and a generous pinch (or more to taste) of hot
red pepper flakes.
2. Pour over kale
in serving bowl and toss well.
3. Add 2/3 of the
cheese and toss again.
4. Let kale sit
for at least 5 minutes. Add bread crumbs, toss
again, and top with remaining cheese.
here to watch a video of Dr Weil and chef
Michael Stebner from True Food Kitchen demonstrate
how to make this dish.
Nutritional Information per Serving:
Total Fat: 12.17g