Plant-Based Cooking Series Begins in February

Yello! Creative Arts and Events Center, in partnership with the Food for Health Foundation, proudly introduce Third Thursday Cooking Series—a program of monthly cooking classes free and open to the public. Led by local plant-based chef Nina Kauder, the series will begin on February 15, and reoccur every third Thursday of the month throughout the year.
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From Furry to Feathered, Fields of Nature Covers It

At Fields of Nature, their goal is to educate pet owners everywhere and give them the means to feed and treat their pets with high quality natural foods and remedies. Since pets rely completely on their owners, Fields of Nature enables pet owners by supplying them with the best products available.

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Divinely Touched Seminars Come to Center for Inner Wisdom

Authors Dr. Dave and Mary DiSano will present their seminar, Proof the Spirit Dimension Exists, based on their book, Divinely Touched: Transform Your Life, at 6:30 p.m., on February 5, at the Center for Inner Wisdom.
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Goddess T.O.U.C.H. Relocates

Carole Ramsay and Goddess T.O.U.C.H. Spiritual Services is proud to announce that due to the need for growth and expansion in offering services in a more centralized location, the office is relocating as of February 1. Reverend Ramsay will continue to offer personalized, high frequency services from her new location at Jade Wellness, 2717 Oakland Park Boulevard, Suite 201, Fort Lauderdale.
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Why Chocolate is Important for Health & Wellbeing

by Victoria Saldana

Since ancient times, numerous beneficial health effects have been attributed to chocolate consumption, including its ability to increase plasma antioxidant capacity, diminish platelet function and inflammation, and decrease diastolic and systolic arterial pressures. Data currently available indicates that daily consumption of cocoa-rich chocolate (rich in polyphenols) may at least partially lower cardiovascular disease risk. (Gomez, Gonzalez, and Batista -2013)
Many scholars and scientists since have conducted numerous studies proving the health benefits of the compounds found in cacao that are vital to cellular and biological functions in our brains and bodies.
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Sea Oats Saved Our Sand and Sanity

According to The Youth Environmental Alliance (YEA) team, “Our dunes did it!” Did what? Saved a large portion of the $56 million dollars’ worth of sand that was the Broward County, Segment II (Pompano, Lauderdale By-The-Sea, Fort Lauderdale) beach renourishment project completed last year.
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A Year of Inspired Living: Essays and Exercises for Self-Reflection

Ignore those who say life doesn’t come with a manual. Kelly McGrath Martinsen has exactly the guide you need to make life richer and more insightful with her new book, A Year of Inspired Living: Essays and Exercises for Self-Reflection. This is the handbook for anyone who wants to embrace a better life. Through entertaining anecdotes and guided journal pages, A Year of Inspired Living helps the reader create their very own personalized self-help book.
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Basics of CranioSacral Therapy

by TJ Mallet

For those who haven’t heard of CranioSacral Therapy (CST), it’s a gentle, light touch, fully clothed whole body routine. A CST therapist works with the body’s craniosacral system which produces and houses cerebral spinal fluid. This fluid supports and nourishes the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). The techniques commonly used were developed by osteopathic physician, Dr. John E. Upledger (1932-2012).
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Post-Hurricane Water Check-up

As we all continue to move on from the impact of Hurricane Irma, there is one important step in the aftermath clean up: your water filter. When a hurricane or any flooding has impacted your home, it also has impacted your drinking water. Bacteria and viruses compromise your home’s water. This makes the drinking water unsafe to consume, even after it has been processed through a water filter.
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Meditation: A Journey To Your Inner World

by Victoria Danelczyk

Meditation is like giving a hug to ourselves,
getting in touch with that awesome reality in us.
While meditating we feel a deep sense of
intimacy with God, a love that is inexplicable.
~ Paramahansa Yogananda

We have all heard about the benefits of meditation. Some people practice it and others pass it by doubting the benefits of such simple practice. It is so simple that perhaps for this reason the favor of doubt is attributed to it—sometimes without experiencing it.
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