1 Tbsp olive oil; 1 cup red pepper, chopped; 1 cup green pepper, chopped; 1 cup yellow onion, chopped; 2 cups spinach, chopped; 1 cup mushrooms, chopped; 4 eggs; 4 egg whites; 2 cloves garlic; salt and pepper to taste. DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a muffin pan with cooking spray and set aside. Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Once hot, add oil, peppers and onions. Sauté for 5-7 mins. Add in spinach and mushrooms and cook for additional 2 mins. Add in minced garlic and salt/pepper and remove from heat. Crack eggs/egg whites into a large measuring cup and whisk then add in cooked veggies. Pour mixture evenly into muffin pan. Bake for 15-20 mins, until tops are firm. Cool slightly and serve immediately!
The Effects of Stress on Your Hair
It has been said that stress can make you go gray or cause you to lose your hair. But can it? Hair loss due to stress can occur after a traumatic life event such as divorce, death, or severe financial worries. This temporary hair loss, called ‘telogen effluvium,’ can also be caused by factors such as hormonal changes, illness, or poor diet. Hair evolves in a cycle of growth (anagen); transition (catagen); and resting (telogen). Prolonged or extreme stress can cause hair to prematurely enter telogen and break more easily. Stressful events can shock the hair cycle, pushing more hair into the shedding phase.
Government Grant for Hip/Knee Replacements
Did you know that those with a prolonged disability or a medical condition that cause restrictions in daily activities can qualify for a $2,500 yearly credit, as well as a $30,000 Lump Sum Refund. Whatever the medical condition that cause you difficulties with walking, dressing, preparing food, hearing, sight, speech, etc, we have assisted thousands of Canadians get this credit and can help you get the money you deserve. For the most reliable service in Canada and the lowest fee, call Brett Scott 1-844-453-5372
What is Physical Literacy?
Physical literacy is the mastery of a range of fundamental movement skills that enable and encourage lifelong participation in physical and sporting activities. It’s the philosophy that underpins physical education in schools, and more and more, it’s being seen as the most effective antidote to childhood obesity and the many problems associated with our increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Sportball champions physical literacy by focusing on and promoting building skills for life, including sport skills, pro social skills, and motor skills. Sportball’s curriculum teaches physical literacy through its methodology, in which all games, activities, and instructions have a purpose and expected outcome.
Freedom at Any Age
These days the mobility market is full of possibilities. Rather than being confined to the inside of your home or relying on friends and family to take you out, consider the freedom of a mobility scooter. Battery powered scooters have come a long way and are now more affordable than ever. They provide the freedom to get around, they conserve physical energy, and they also provide you access to places you may not have previously been able to go. Along with the freedom, mobility scooters offer an element of safety.
Are You Ready to Age in Place?
As our population continues to age, senior home care services are becoming increasingly vital. These services provide elderly individuals with the support they need to maintain their independence and dignity while aging in place. Just Like Family Home Care offers practical assistance with daily living activities, such as bathing and dressing, meal planning and preparation, companionship, and emotional support. With the right care and attention, seniors can live longer, healthier, and more fulfilling lives in the comfort of their own homes.
Time for a Pedicure!
Keeping your feet in tip-top shape is important, not just so they look good, but also to keep them healthy. Pedicures are a luxurious, relaxing experience, but they provide many other benefits too: 1) Helping retain the moisture in your skin to prevent cracking, blisters, and other problems. 2) Reducing the risk of infection and ingrown nails by cleaning and cutting nails. 3) Removing dead skin cells by exfoliating to help prevent bunions or corns. 4) Promoting blood circulation and relieving tension in the calves and feet through massage. If you’re having a spa day, don’t forget about your feet!
Another Reason to Smile:
The Norwex® Adult Silver Care Toothbrush inhibits bacterial growth and buildup and self-sanitizes within hours of use! On contact with water, the silver on the unique bristle base releases active ions that eliminate up to 99.9% of the bacteria that cause plaque, cavities, and gingivitis. Includes a toothbrush and refill. Comparative tests between Silver Care and traditional toothbrushes show reduction level of Streptococcus mutant (the principal cavity-forming bacteria) on the brush! As a bonus add in our new Lysere™ Toothpaste with probiotics and/or Mouthwash with antioxidants to help nourish and balance the good bacteria and keep the bad bacteria at bay!
Book Club: The Power of Meditation
Simple Practices for Mental Clarity and Relaxation. Have you tried to meditate but your thoughts are all over the place? Your mind wanders, you find yourself fidgeting, and what should be a source of peace and joy becomes an irritation. In this book written by Jason Hemlock, you’ll learn: The physical, mental, and emotional health benefits of meditation; Common pitfalls and how to avoid them; How to establish a meditation routine you can commit to; Five basic meditation techniques and how you can adapt them to suit your personal preferences.
Tetra Society of NA – Regina Chapter
Tetra recruits volunteers who work with clients to design and build assistive devices that are custom-made for the individual – these are devices that are either not available commercially or cost-prohibitive. As a non-profit organization, Tetra raises funds to deliver this program, including covering the costs of volunteer travel and materials for devices up to $500 per project.
Tetra’s core focus is to address barriers that affect a person’s ability to live life independently due to obstacles in their environment. One of Tetra’s founding principles is that people are not marginalized by their disability, but by obstacles in their environment. Tetra works to reduce or eliminate these obstacles. Over the past 30+ years, Tetra volunteers have built devices that support:
- Eating and drinking
- Completing household chores and personal care
To volunteer for Tetra please sign up at: https://tetrasociety.org/volunteer/
To Request Assistance from Tetra please complete the application at: https://tetrasociety.org/assistance/
For further information please contact the Regina Chapter Coordinator, Terri Sleeva at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Could It Be A Leaky Gut?
Do you suffer from symptoms such as fatigue, low energy, brain fog, and headaches? What about acid reflux, heartburn, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, inflammation, or hormonal issues? Are you still looking for answers about your symptoms? It could be leaky gut! Over 90% of people have a leaky gut, which happens when there are gaps in the lining of your intestinal walls that allow food particles, bacteria, and waste products to travel directly into your bloodstream. If you’ve tried everything to find some relief and found that nothing has worked so far, contact me about a potential solution!