Letter from the Publisher May 2016

 

With summertime right around the corner, the school year is wrapping up, and family vacations are getting underway! In Southwest Florida, it often feels like we’re on perpetual vacation throughout this sunny season, meaning endless opportunities to get outside. Staying active during those “dog days of summer” enhances physical vitality, but what are some other ways to help your body function at its optimum?  

 

Well, this month’s issue can answer that question! Just in time for Mother’s Day, we’re spotlighting women’s health with a special feature on “Restoring Female Libido Naturally” through integrative treatments, exercise regimens and nutritional supplements, among other helpful tips. Plus, you’ll also find inspiration for pampering Mom at the numerous wellness destinations around our community. 

 

In addition, be sure to check out the article on “Sustaining and Repairing Thyroid Health” whichdelves into natural foods that can promote a healthy weight, balance hormones and even increase your metabolism. Speaking of nutrition, you’ll definitely want to read “Rebooting Our Food Habits” for advice on how to practice conscious eating and nourish your body the way nature intendedFinally, forget all the pressure and insecurities of “swimsuit season.” Instead, find out what supermodel Christy Brinkley has to say about “Timeless Beauty,” and why a graceful aging process is more important than conforming to certain physical standards.  

 

I sincerely hope you enjoy these and all the other insightful articles inside this issue. Please feel free to email any comments or suggestions to Publisher@nasqr.com. Here’s to the beginning of another memorable Suncoast summer! 

 

 

Janet 

Posted in May 2016

Setting a Higher Standard for Fish Oil Freshness

 

How do you know if your omega-3 product is fresh? This has become an important question, as scientists from around the world are the raising the alarm on rancid omega-3 oil. Studies from Norway, New Zealand and South Africa have found that over 80% of omega-3 products on the market do not meet international freshness standards. In addition, a recent Canadian study found that omega-3 products marketed towards children had the highest rancidity values of all. Rancid oil is not only unpleasant to consume, but could also potentially cause adverse health effects.  

Omega3 Innovations is working to make freshness more understandable and transparent. In factthis month, the physician-directed company will start printing oxidation values—numbers that indicate the freshness level of the oil—on every bottle and box of Omega Cure® cod liver oil. They will also print the date on which those numbers were measured.  

Omega3 Innovations delivers Omega Cure directly to consumers after manufacturing. By avoiding the long shelf requirements that many stores and pharmacies have, this company ensures the oxidation numbers printed on each bottle closely reflects the freshness level of the oil that our customers receive. 

 

Location: 727 Commerce Dr., Venice. For more information, call 941-485-4400, email Bo@Omega3Innovations.com or visit Omega3Innovations.com.  

Posted in May 2016

Ocean of Sound Productions Announces Upcoming Concerts in Sarasota

 

The 2016 world tour of Tina Malia’s “Music from the Heart of the World” will visit Unity ofSarasota on May 20. This singer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist will play music designed to enliven the spirits of her audience. 

Malia’s voice and profound gifts as a multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer have enabled her to transcend musical genres. Her unique catalog is complemented by studio and live work with iconic artists India Arie, Deva Premal and Miten, Bassnectar, Jai Uttal and Kenny Loggins.In addition, she is a pioneer in a global community of people dedicated to residing in harmony with the earth and expressing this through art, health, education and music.   

Also, coming to the Riverview Performing Arts Center on September 15, Deva Premal and Mitenwith Manose, will bring their “Shine Your Light Tour 2016.” Accompanied by Nepalese bansuri flute maestro Manose and Danish percussionist Rishi, this evening of mantra, song and chant willinspire thousands of kindred spirits, thirsty for respite in this troubled world.   

 

Unity of Sarasota Location: 3023 Proctor Rd., Sarasota. Tickets for Tina Malia: $22 in advance, $30 at the door. For more information, visit TinaMalia.com. Riverview Performing Arts Center Location: 1 Ram Way, Sarasota. Tickets for Deva Premal: $35–$55 (event will sell out quickly). For more information, visit OceanOfSound.org. 

Posted in May 2016

Discover a Love Potion that Actually Works

 

Christy Tromp, one of the Executive Matchmakers at Suncoast Singles, has been helping singles find love for over 20 years. She has also been in the process of developing her own “love potion” body scrub which is finally perfected.  

At this year’s What Women Want Expo in Sarasota, Tromp gave away several hundred samples of this homemade love potion body scrub. Both men and women flocked to her table, some even offering to buy the remaining samples. While she hasn’t agreed to start selling thisscrub, Tromp loves to give her special potion to singles looking for love. To receive your own free sample, contact Suncoast Singles today. 

 

Location: 1188 N Tamiami Trail, Suite 205B, Sarasota. For more information, call 941-713-1000, email Info@SuncoastSingles.com or visit SuncoastSingles.com. 

 

 

Posted in May 2016

“Keys to Spiritual Worlds” Interactive Workshop Is Coming to Sarasota

 

On May 21, 1–3 p.m., spiritual seekers and dreamers alike are invited to attend the “Keys to Spiritual Worlds” interactive workshop where they will discover keys to unlock the “inner” dimensions of dreams, past lives, Soul Travel and spiritual experiences that seem to defy explanation. The takeaway message is these secret heavens are real and can be explored right now for greater wisdom, love and spiritual freedom.
Exploring inner worlds can bring answers to profound questions and challenges such as “Why do things happen the way they do?” “What about Karma?” “How can I know if I’ve lived before?” “I had an experience—was it real?” “What happens after death, and what is Soul Travel?” “How can I work with a spiritual guide?” “Do my dreams really have meaning?”
This workshop will feature spiritual exercises, creative techniques, contemplation and open discussions of personal spiritual experiences in a supportive, nonjudgmental format. A complementary book with CD will also be available for all attendees. Attendance is free of charge. “Keys to Spiritual Worlds” is presented by Florida Satsang Society, Inc., a chartered affiliate of Eckankar, as a community service to meet the spiritual interests of people from all beliefs and backgrounds. This event will be held in the Jack J. Geldbart auditorium in the Selby Public Library.

Location: 1331 First St., Sarasota. For more information, call 941-358-0325 or visit Facebook.com/EckankarInSarasota and MeetUp.com/EckankarInSarasota/

Posted in May 2016