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Issue: May 2006 Volume 2
newsletter

IonSpa® Footbath - Total Body Cleanse

Now Available at Wellness for the Body

Rid Your Body of Harmful Toxins in only 30 minutes!

Whether we like it or not, we are constantly exposed to chemical and heavy metal residues, tissue acid wastes and stress. Using the relaxing IonSpa® footbath for only a thirty minute session will visibly remove toxins and waste products from your body -- see for yourself!

Here are some observable results from IonSpa® Treatments:

Removes toxins and body waste products that can cause health problems
Helps clear up bad skin
Inactivates viruses, bacteria, yeast, and fungus
Positive effect on weight loss
Headache relief
Slows down aging
Rejuvenates and energizes your WHOLE body
Enhances nutrient absorption
Heavy metals removal
Increases your energy
Helps with faster recovery time for disease and injury
Increased oxygen in your body
Helps relieve pain and tension
Improved sleep
Reduces inflammation and unwanted fluid retention
Immune system booster (Helps balance immune system)
Improves body flexibility
Safe for children 4 and up
ionspa

Please call us at 905.465.4595 for more information
and
to book your appointment.

Well Balanced Meals

By Nancy Zivkovic, CNP, RNCP

Today trying to eat a well balanced diet is more important than ever due to the toxic world we live in. Demanding schedules, and after school activities can make it even more difficult to prepare well balanced nutritious meals for the whole family. I am often asked how to balance hectic lifestyle and a well balanced diet. Quite simply, preparation is the key to your success!

Once a week, usually following grocery shopping – get a jump start on your week by planning out your meals. What I suggest is to begin by washing fruits and vegetables to save time during meal preparation. Keep a bag or two of frozen vegetables in the freezer as a backup. Meals should be centered around vegetables rather than meat (animal protein). An example could include a stir fry loaded with bright colored vegetables of your choice. Then add some protein such as skinless poultry, seafood, lean beef, tempeh or tofu. Or keep it vegetarian and serve with cooked brown rice or quinoa (keen-wa), an ancient grain. Serve meals with a mixed leafy green salad topped with omega 3 rich sunflower and/or pumpkin seeds with a fresh salad dressing.

Well balanced meals can be quick and easy to prepare. Just be sure to include a large leafy green salad, one or two sides of vegetables (raw, steamed, grilled, stir fried) with some protein the size and thickness of the palm of your hand. Your plate should then be 3/4 vegetables and 1/4 protein. For a vegetarian alternative, substitute the protein for a starch such as a sweet potato, brown rice or quinoa. For additional menu planning suggestions to suit your needs and lifestyle, please call to book a nutritional consultation.

Basic Salad Dressing
1/2 cup olive oil
Juice of whole fresh lemon
1 garlic clove pressed or chopped
1/2 tsp sea salt
Spices as desired (cayenne, basil, dill)

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