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Antipasto Salad Recipe

    With summer here and the garden starting to produce,  what better way to use the vegetables than this wonderful Antipasto.Serve it with vegetables, crackers, or eat it all by itself.  (This recipe makes enough to give to friends and save for later.) Ingredients: 4 cups chopped cauliflower 4...

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Making a Change

Getting healthy requires discipline,  hard work, and sacrifice. dis·ci·pline (verb):: to bring to a state of order and obedience by training and control. Yes, it's hard work to break old habits and to get healthy. It requires giving up certain foods. It requires sweating. It requires making  changes. It requires discipline.  It won't be easy. If it was easy everyone...

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Which Foods are Most Contaminated by Pesticides?

Buying organic for an entire family can be expensive. For those of you that aren't able to buy everything organic and want to maximize your grocery budget, here's a list of fruits and vegetables  that  have the highest pesticide residues—and which do not. The Dirty Dozen for...

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Our Favorite “Green” Tips

  Going green can sometimes be overwhelming. There are so many choices and changes how do you know where to start?  Often times when something feels overwhelming,  start with 3-4 things and build from there.  Everything little thing you do is important. Not sure where to...

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Weight-Bearing Exercises

What better time to discuss exercising than right before summer begins?  Everyone wants to look healthy and lean before getting into shorts, tanks, and swimsuits. Exercise will go right along with the “New You” weight loss program K6 is beginning this month! Today we are going...

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All about Cashews

I saw on Facebook that someone posted "I eat all the cashews out of mixed nuts and leave the rest!" Apparently, he's not the only one, because he had over 100 "likes." What is it about that delicious nut? Have you ever wondered how we...

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Sugar and Kids

Several parents I know feel guilty when they cut out sugar from their kid's diet. As a parent, I understand. No one wants to make their child feel as if they are different from everyone else. Who wants to go to a birthday party and...

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Emotions, Bach Flowers, and the Body

Written by Rachel Jenkins Emotions are  connected to the physical body. So much so that sometimes healing can only get so far until emotions are addressed. At this point, we may use  Bach flowers.  Bach Flowers have a very powerful effect on the body. What are Bach Flowers? Dr. Edward...

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Rife Technology Comes to K6 Wellness Center

Rife technology is based on the well-known scientific principle that movement creates heat. Dr. Royal Rife, through his extensive research, determined that applying focused vibration to cancer cells destroys the cells without harming surrounding healthy tissue. The reason is that cancer cells have unusually high...

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How does computerized testing work?

ElectroDermal Screening, BioEnergetic Testing, Interrogatory Feedback - all are names for the type of testing we do at K6 Wellness Center. What is it? This is fun to explain! In the early 1950s, Reinhold Voll, a German medical doctor, developed an electronic testing device for finding acupuncture...

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