Milk is one of those staples that has always been a part of our daily diet. But the more I learn about the state of our milk, the harder I work to cut it out of my diet. There is no substitute for the health benefits of raw, unpasteurized milk. A mothers breast milk is … Continue reading Wellness: The Benefits of Making Your Own Milk
This evening’s presentation by Dr. Art Hister is being moved to Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013. This is in respect of the recent death in the Lil’wat community. The Winds of Change Steering Committee is honouring Lil’wat tradition and will be moving the presentation to Wednesday, October 23rd. The presentation will still be held at the … Continue reading DR. ART HISTER – NEW DATE – OCTOBER 23rd
September is a time of renewal for most of us as we resume the schedules that have been set aside in favor of the wonderful spontaneity of summer. Fitness and dance classes, volunteer commitments, school and work routines begin again and we re-establish relationships that have been temporarily set aside. For some of us, health … Continue reading Wellness: “Pure water has no fish”
Those of us who are constantly fighting the battle of the bulge know the real truth. However much society may tell us that being fat is a personality flaw, the 61% of Canadians whose weight is unhealthily high (overweight or obese) know that fat is a loudmouth schnook constantly urging us to eat, even if … Continue reading Wellness: Fat Has a Mind of Its Own
The Tsi’pun Corner Store and Lil’wat Gas are no longer selling energy drinks to youth under the age of 19. Energy drinks contain high amounts of sugar and caffeine which interfere with learning. The level of caffeine in these drinks affects behaviour both during and after the buzz. During, our students are jittery and hyper, … Continue reading Shout out to Dave Lee and caring adults in Mt.Currie!