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Clean Eating Recipe

Beef Taco Bowl – 2 tsps. coconut oil. 1 onion, diced. 1lb.grass-fed ground beef. 2 tsps. ground cumin. 2 cloves garlic, minced. 1 tsp. sea salt. 3 cups cauliflower rice. Tomatoes or fermented salsa, avocado, cilantro, sour cream and raw cheese for garnish. Heat coconut oil over medium heat in a large saute pan. Add onion and saute for 5 minutes until soft and just beginning to brown. Add ground beef and spices and cook about 8-10 min. Serve meat with rice and toppings.


May is Brain Tumour Awareness Month in Canada. Brain Tumour Awareness Month aims to raise awareness about brain tumours, promote research, and support those affected by the disease. It is an opportunity to unite as a collective force, raise our voices, and create positive change. This year, we highlight the need to raise awareness for brain tumour signs and symptoms to increase early detection and diagnosis and improve patients’ survival chances. Learn more about the most common signs and symptoms of a brain tumour and download the infographics at and share them on social media! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #TurnMayGrey!

Essential Tips for Disability Tax Claims

Navigating the intricacies of disability tax credits can be daunting, but understanding the process is crucial for accessing financial support. Here’s a vital tip: Keep detailed records of medical expenses and consultations related to the disability. This documentation is invaluable when applying for the credit, ensuring you receive the maximum entitled benefits. Additionally, seek assistance from a qualified specialist well-versed in disability tax credits. Their expertise can streamline the application process and help you optimize your claim. By staying organized and seeking expert guidance, you can alleviate financial burdens and focus on prioritizing your health and well-being.

Local Health Spotlight

Reliable Home Care is dedicated to serving with compassion, dignity and respect. We strive to provide in-home care services that are custom-tailored to meet diverse needs of various age groups; from assisting individuals with medical ailments to supporting vibrant centenarians. Trusted by hospital OT’s and PT’s for post-hospital care, and relied upon by assisted living and personal care homes for resident support, we prioritize inclusivity and personalized care. Reliable Home Care’s commitment to diversity is reflected in a contemporary approach, ensuring everyone feels valued and supported.

The Healthy Book Club

In “Not Good Enough: Understanding Your Core Belief and Anxiety,” Sabrina Trobak, MACP, RCC, CCS, (from Fort St. John, BC) offers practical strategies to manage anxiety. She emphasizes the significance of recognizing and challenging core beliefs, which impact thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Trobak advocates for understanding one’s core belief’s origins and influence, enabling readers to address unhealthy patterns and cultivate lasting confidence.

Laughter is the Best Medicine

“Why do we eat healthy?” asked Susy. “For superpowers,” Mom replied. “Carrots help you see through walls!” Now she’s hooked, convinced that each bite will help her become a real-life superhero!

Allergy Season Is Back

Many people suffering from seasonal hypersensitivities, such as head pressure, itchy eyes, and a runny or stuffy nose this allergy season will find only temporary relief, or no relief at all, from over-the-counter remedies. Alternative approaches, such as nutritional supplementation and Biofeedback focus on more than just symptomatic relief. They enable the body’s ability to remove existing allergens embedded in the sinus tissues, thereby minimizing the histamine and inflammatory reactions. This stops the over-production of mucus that the body makes to try and push the allergens out. Take a different approach this allergy season – treat the cause, not just the symptoms.

PEMF: A Powerful Anti-Aging Therapy

Humans are biological, chemical, and electrical beings. As such the health of our 100 trillions cells are constantly being challenged through the natural aging process and environmental factors such as Wi-Fi, cell phones, power transmissions, and food additives. This takes a significant toll on our cellular health. Enter PEMP (pulsed electromagnetic field therapy), the sole proven technology for enhancing our health on a cellular level through the increased flow of electrons. This powerful therapy reduces chronic pain and inflammation, eliminates toxins, increases bone density, improves brain function (FDA approved for Alzheimer/Parkinson’s) and more. PEMF regenerates all cells and accelerates the healing process.

Walk for Alzheimer’s

Calling all walkers! Join us for the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s this May and June across the province. It’s more than just a Walk – it’s a chance to connect, support each other and have some fun along the way.
Winnipeg – Saturday, May 25, Assiniboine Park
Steinbach – Wednesday, May 29, AD Penner Park
Brandon – Thursday, June 6, Riverbank Discovery Centre
Selkirk – Thursday, June 13, Gordon Howard Centre
Let’s inspire each other and show our support for families affected by dementia. Together, we can make a difference! Register and donate today at

May Brain Teasers

.1 The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I? 2. What has a heart that doesn’t beat? 3. I can be cracked, made, told, and played. What am I? 4. What has a neck but no head?

Seniors Conquering Anxiety Together

As we age, anxiety becomes more common, influenced by economic uncertainties, climate changes, misinformation, and the pandemic’s aftermath. Seniors face worries about financial stability, health, and isolation. Fear of life change, along with concerns about dependence and loss, looms large. Addressing these anxieties entails fostering connections. Through meaningful connections within retirement living facilities, they find support, companionship, and resilience, mitigating anxiety’s grip and fostering a fulfilling sense of community and belonging.