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ating healthy is a mantra for many people, and it’s a trend that is attracting more followers. However, shopping for healthy foods can be a challenge for some, both in terms of what to buy and what to pay. With a price range between health and affordability, the aisles can pose dilemmas between what’s good for the body, and good for the bank. We all know the basic tricks, such as avoiding impulse buying by making a list beforehand, and never shopping on an empty stomach. With some labels and marketing this can be confusing, so it’s time to write your list with a new set of rules. Simply knowing how to manoeuvre the grocery store from the entrance to the check-out will help ensure your fridge is full of healthy food. Save-On-Foods manager Mark Berry agrees that “times are changing,” and that it is important to provide customers with clear options when it comes to their shopping experience and the products they purchase.
The South Fraser Way PriceSmart and both Sumas Way and Whatcom Road Save-On locations offer nutrition tours for kids and adults. The tours are led by registered dietitians and provide the opportunity to learn about nutrition, healthy eating habits and how to load your cart with better food choices. “We wanted to ﬁnd a way to support the changing needs of our customers,” explained Berry. “We have an aging population who want to lead a healthy lifestyle.” Thrifty Foods also helps educate shoppers about healthy eating. Customers can sign up at the website www.thriftyfoods.com for evening tours of the store with a dietician. She offers advice about how to read nutrition labels, healthy foods and smart shopping habits for people seeking better nutrition. Local dietitians also use the store for their own educational tours, and Thrifty supports them by offering gift cards to help support their healthy shopping. Registered dietitian, nutrition consultant and
nutrition tour leader, Kristin Brown, knows all about the struggles of leading a healthy lifestyle, and says it is “unfortunate that we live in a toxic food environment where we are surrounded by foods that are quick, easy, and tasty, but not always nutritious.” She advises consumers to be wary of the words “natural” and “organic,” as those can also be misleading, and instead look for the shortest list of ingredients on product labels. Brown also encourages “making things from scratch as often and possible,” and avoiding the candy aisle altogether. “Eating healthy takes some effort and planning,” says Brown. “You need to be aware of what you are eating, and try to look for whole, natural and least processed foods.” When Brown is leading a group on a nutrition tour, she stresses “sticking to the perimeter,” where the Continued on Page 27
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Empowered by horses a youth program that supports girls during their transition into womanhood. The program is based on Equine Guided Development, an approach that helps girls discover their true potential and experience personal growth through the guidance of horses.
hen humans and horses come together, something truly remarkable takes place. Horses sense people’s emotions and reciprocate an honest response. Through interaction with horses, we can gain a better understanding of ourselves and learn to approach issues from a new perspective. After experiencing the positive effects of this type of communication, Sharolyn Wandzura and Carla Webb created “Empowered by Horses,”
“We want to help girls realize their gifts and become conﬁdent, while working on communication and boundaries,” explained Wandzura. “A person is able to reﬂect on what is happening around them while in the presence of a horse because the power of the animal intensiﬁes all senses. You need to be able to ask it with enough certainty and leadership to have it listen, and that becomes a great practice in embodying positivity and empowerment.” Sharolyn’s journey to become a life and wellness coach began at the age of four when she received her ﬁrst pony – one of many her father would bring home. “I don’t ever remember being taught how to be around horses,” recalls Wandzura. “I just got to hang out with
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In 2007, Wandzura and Webb met at an equine development course in Maple Ridge, called “Chiron’s Way,” where they collaborated their ideas and created the ﬁrst equine horse facility in the Lower Mainland.
“No matter how bad I felt, I knew in his presence I would not be judged.” Webb went on to work as a Vancouver Police ofﬁcer, and has completed degrees in psychology and criminology. In 1999, she volunteered with the “Odd Squad,” a group of Vancouver Police ofﬁcers who chronicled the lives of drug addicts in their documentary “Through a Blue Lens.” During Webb’s work with the “Odd Squad,” she encountered a group of troubled girls who were enrolled in a horse resource program. She began to volunteer with the group and accompanied them to farms where they would care for horses and take an occasional riding lesson. During this time, Webb became inspired to pursue her dream. “It sparked an idea that I had to create a program for girls that would not only prevent them from ever making a lifealtering decision that could lead down a path of drug addiction, but it would provide the skills, tools, resources and inspiration to ﬂourish into amazing young women.” After numerous proposals to run a similar horse program through the Vancouver Police Department, all denied, Webb decided to leave her
“Empowered by Horses“ currently has four horses, also two miniatures for kids or adults who are fearful of the larger animals. Although only two years into development, the program is successful, and helps girls practice assertion and positive communication. The hope for the future is to become part of the Grade 5 school curriculum. Wandzura and Webb believe the program will help put an end to the cycle of bullying, by teaching proper communication and conﬁdence, especially as kids enter the crucial middle school years. “Empowered by Horses” strives to apply the same principles that horses naturally posses, “They are unconditionally accepting of people, no matter what,” explained Webb. The women are dedicated to creating a world of opportunity for young women, a world where they can take on leadership roles and celebrate individuality. A world, they say that “resembles a herd of horses.” Nicolle HODGES Contributer
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herries are not only sweet, juicy and irresistible, they are also good for you. A low calorie, high ﬁbre treat, the nutrient-dense sweet cherries are a powerful superfruit that research has linked to improving health and fending off a number of serious diseases. Here’s a snapshot:
Planning a quick and healthy breakfast can seem like an extreme sport that has you sweating to beat the clock. But don’t be intimidated. “A healthy breakfast can be just as quick and easy to prepare as a less nutritious one,” says Carol Dombrow, Heart and Stroke Foundation registered dietitian. “It’s all about getting creative.”
• HYPERTENSION AND STROKE: A serving of cherries has a whopping 270 mg of potassium. Evidence shows that a diet rich in potassium may help control blood pressure and reduce the risk for hypertension and stroke. • DIABETES: Researchers are interested in the role of anthocyanins in reducing insulin resistance and glucose intolerance. In addition, the role of glycemic index (G.I) in diabetes control has gained renewed interest. Sweet cherries, with a moderate G.I. of approximately 22, are thought to be an ideal fruit snack. Foods with a G.I. above 70 cause blood glucose to soar, and also then to quickly crash, causing hunger. On the other hand, foods with a low G.I. release glucose into the body slowly and evenly.
• ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: Research shows that phenolic compounds found in sweet cherries can play a role in protecting neuronal cells, which are involved in brain function, reduce oxidant stress and can potentially reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.
SEVEN TIPS FOR BREAKFAST IN SEVEN MINUTES OR LESS: • Leftovers can be a great option. Had whole-wheat pasta for dinner the night before? Warm it up for breakfast. The nutrition doesn’t change.
• CANCER-FIGHTING AGENTS: Fibre, vitamin C, carotenoids and anthocyanins are a quadruplet of cancer-preventative components found in sweet cherries. In addition, cyanidin, also found in cherries, signiﬁcantly increases free radical scavenging in the body, which is known to help prevent and ﬁght cancer. Cherries also contain ellagic acid, which appears to be a potent inhibitor to cancer cell growth.
• Have a batch of whole-grain, low-fat mufﬁns or breads ready in the freezer. In the morning, pair one up with a banana and yogurt. • Do some prep. Cut up fruit the night before and keep in the fridge. It makes an easy and nutritious topping for yogurt or cereal. • Mix it up. Smoothies make a quick, tasty and nutritious breakfast. Make sure you use 100 per cent fruit juice, low-fat yogurt and plenty of fruit.
• CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: The anthocyanins found in cherries can signiﬁcantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease; they do this by protecting body’s lipids from a host of damaging possibilities, including inﬂammation, cardiovascular plaque and nitric oxide formation.
• Eat on the go. When you just have to get out the door, pack fruit, whole-grain crackers and a piece of cheese to get nutrition on the go. • Boil eggs the night before and pair up with apple slices and a piece of whole-grain toast.
• BENEFITS GOUT SUFFERERS: A study at the University of California showed reduced levels of uric acid after the consumption of sweet cherries. Gout, a painful disease of the joints, is associated with elevated levels of uric acid. • COMBAT INFLAMMATION: The anthocyanins found in cherries help with inﬂammation by shutting down the enzymes that cause tissue inﬂammation, similar to ibuprofen and naproxen.
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