Hydration: How Much
Water Do You Really Need?
Yoga with Arthritis
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As many of us slim down during the summer months, so
too, do our classes. We finish off the last of
our Spring classes this month, but July and August
still offer you some great classes....just not as
Registration has already begun for Summer. So
be sure to check out what's available on our website
www.intoyoga.ca and register early to avoid
We've got some new ideas in the works for Fall. So
be sure to keep in touch.
Although Yoga is not really designed to equip you
with those 6-pack abs, it most certainly can
strengthen your core muscles.
Find out how to tone those belly muscles while
improving your posture.
We know man can go much longer without food than
water, but just how much
water do we really need? And in what forms can
it come in? Does coffee count?
Whether you're starting Yoga or a seasoned
practitioner and suffering from
arthritis, learn some ways to bring you more
Trying to decide when to have another
baby? This article may
help you map out the pros and cons of when would be
the best time.
forget to check our website
go directly to our classes at
www.intoyoga.ca/classes. Find what you
like and register early to avoid disappointment.
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This sequence is made up of poses that will improve
your core strength and help flatten your abs. While
doing yoga is not the best way to get a six-pack,
you can expect to significantly tone and strengthen
your belly. Strengthening your core can also help
relieve back pain and improve your posture (nothing
makes your belly look bigger than slouching). Many
of the poses recommended below are balances, which
are a great way to work the core.
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Hydration: How Much Water Do You Really Need?
The question of how much water your body needs to
stay hydrated can be a bit tricky. Is it eight
glasses a day? Half your body weight in ounces?
These are easy rules to follow when trying to stay
hydrated. But is there really a definitive answer to
how much water is needed on a daily basis? Because
we all have very different hydration needs that vary
depending on our health, activity level, diet, and
climate, there is no specific “one size fits all”
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to Start Yoga with Arthritis
Arthritis is a general term that
describes inflammation of the joints, which can
manifest as variable amounts of pain, stiffness, and
swelling. There are many kinds of arthritis, of
which the two most common types are osteoarthritis
and rheumatoid arthritis. To continue
You Have Your Next Baby?
Having a baby certainly takes a toll
on your body, your mind, and your energy. For many
years the pregnancy community has not spent much
time talking about what is best in terms of time
between pregnancies in any real fashion. There has
been more talk about doing what feels right for your
family. While that certainly comes into play, it is
also important to look at what the scientific
evidence says about planning for your next
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Eastern Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Crinkly savoy cabbage leaves (which pull apart more
easily than white cabbage) are stuffed with a
combination of lentils, currants, and olives, then
blanketed in a spicy tomato sauce. Serve over rice.
1 Tbs. olive oil
1 small onion, finely chopped (1 cup)
2 cloves garlic, minced (2 tsp.)
¾ cup dried French or du Puy green lentils
8 large savoy cabbage leaves, ribs removed
⅓ cup dried currants
½ cup pitted Kalamata olives, quartered
3 Tbs. lemon juice, divided
1 15-oz. can low-sodium tomato sauce
2 tsp. ground cumin
1 ½ tsp. dried marjoram
¼ tsp. ground allspice
1. Heat oil in saucepan over medium heat.
Add onion, and cook 3 minutes. Add garlic, and cook
30 seconds. Add lentils and 4 cups water. Bring to a
boil, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer 15
minutes, or until tender. Drain.
2. Bring pot of water to a boil. Blanch cabbage
leaves 6 minutes, or until tender. Rinse under cold
water, and drain.
3. Mash half of lentil mixture in bowl. Stir in
remaining lentils, currants, olives, and 1 Tbs.
4. Combine tomato sauce, 1/2 cup water, remaining 2
Tbs. lemon juice, cumin, marjoram, and allspice in
bowl. Spray 8-inch square baking dish with cooking
spray, then coat bottom with 1/2 cup sauce.
5. Lay 1 cabbage leaf on work surface. Spoon 1/3 cup
lentil mixture in center of leaf, fold sides inward,
and roll tightly. Place seam side down in dish.
Repeat with remaining leaves and filling. Pour
remaining sauce over rolls; cover with foil.
STORE/SERVE Refrigerate 3 days, or freeze 1 month.
If frozen, thaw overnight in refrigerator. To bake:
Preheat oven to 375°F. Bake cabbage rolls, covered,
1 hour. Uncover, baste with sauce, bake 10 minutes
more, and serve.