Category Archives: Natural Health

OHW Magazine’s Winter Issue Has Arrived!

ITL Fall issue of MagazineWinter is here and it’s time to celebrate–it’s OHW Magazine’s first anniversary! It’s been a busy year and we’ve met so many wonderful, supportive people along the way. Thank you to our advertisers for making OHW Magazine possible, to our contributors for providing such interesting editorial and of course to our readers for faithfully reading each issue cover to cover, and providing valuable feedback.
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Welcome to Fall! Okanagan Health & Wellness Magazine’s Fall Issue is now available.

ITL Fall issue of Magazine
As is typical of autumn, the days are shorter, the evenings are cooler and there’s a fragrance in the air that’s a mix of falling leaves and misty mornings. For some, autumn is like a new start to the year, or, simply, it means life as we knew it before summer–our company has gone home, the kids are immersed in school and we’re all back to busy schedules.
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Pure Power Event: A TRANSFORMATIONAL and FUN LOVING DAY

imageThe first-ever pure power event, will be held in Kelowna at Bo.ttega Farm Inn on Saturday, October 26th, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

It promises to be a day of extraordinary discoveries, presented by cutting-edge speakers and workshop leaders who are dedicated to showing you simple strategies for making positive transformations in your life. Learn how your power of belief has been scientifically proven to be a stronger indicator of your life’s path than your genetics (and how to change negative beliefs); how to harness and use your intuition to help you navigate the twists and turns of life; get a health tune-up; explore your innate creativity; discover the benefits of a ph-balanced diet, and more. Continue reading

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OHW Magazine’s Fall issue is on the Press!

 Fall Front Cover for website

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Don’t forget the Salt

Don't Forget the Salt

We often hear about the dangers of eating too much sodium, but it’s possible that some of us may not be getting enough.

Salt, or more specifically the sodium component of sodium chloride, is often the target of health warnings about high blood pressure. With all of the messages to “‘lower your intake,” it’s easy to believe that salt falls into the same category as hydrogenated fats, or high fructose corn syrup, which should be eliminated from your diet because they do more harm than good. Remember, however, that sodium is an essential nutrient which is found in every cell of our bodies. It is used for many things, including the maintenance of our body’s water content, the transfer of electrical signals for muscle contractions and nerve signals, and the movement of other nutrients across cells. Salt is also important for the maintenance of proper blood pressure. Continue reading

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