Meaningful Evening: Quest for a Cure for CF (cystic fibrosis).
What a fun, colourful event for such a worthwhile cause. Celebrating East meets West at the Fairmont Waterfront hotel for the yearly “65 Roses Gala” with great food, entertainment, friends, and auction items. Our gracious Master of Ceremonies was CBC’s Gloria Macarenko. Special mention to our dear friend Colleen Kohse (in the middle of the above photo) who underwent a double lung & heart transplant 29 years ago. She also had a kidney transplant. She’s not only the poster girl for CF, she’s also extremely inspirational. Always up for a good time with a wicked sense of humour.
CF stands for cystic fibrosis. To date there is no cure, but hopefully one day CF will stand for “Cure Found.”
The Vancouver Health Show at the Convention Centre (Canada Place) had a very familiar keynote speaker.
I picked up a few really great new products which I’ll share with you very soon. But for starters here’s an amazing new product geared for kids and teens although even I put a scoop
being the kid that I am in my smoothies. The taste is undetectable which is good because you get the health benefits without overpowering any other ingredients you choose to put into your smoothie. Or it can be added to any type of juice or even plain water for that matter.
is a new product that has been flying off vitamin & natural food stores of late. There’s no deception or hype because health fanatics have developed it to deliver optimal nutrition to kids when they need it most. The organic vitamims, minerals and cofactors are 100% absorbed by the body – compared to less than 25% with synthetic vitamins. Every serving (of one scoop) contains the nutrient equivalent of 7 servings of fruits and vegetables. It includes the world’s most clinically-tested probiotic and does not have preservatives, fillers, binders, artificial sweeteners or flavouring agents of any kind. It’s the first truly natural 100% organic, real-food-derived multi vitamin/mineral formula.
In essence…it really kicks butt!
Well that was pretty much my inspiration for the past weekend