September 2019 Publisher’s Note

September 2019 Publisher’s Note

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When September comes we know summer is near to end. The gardens start another cycle; soon flowering beds and trees will stand bear.It seems like just yesterday, I saw little trillium flowers peeking out the ground, bleeding heart plants displaying pink flowers and, the orchard tree bursting their fragrant in the air. Spring has sprung. Summer came although I know we call it 100 days of summer, but it’s already finish; time to lock away summer things for another year.
September is a month of endings and beginnings. Many of us head off to school to destination near and far. Let’s keep the memories of summer 2019 alive in our hearts – as a surge of fresh positive energy to our soul, during the long wintry months.
Annually in September, The Who’s Who from all aspects of the film industry globally; diverge on The City of Toronto for the 10 day long Toronto Film Festival (TIFF) The line-up of new films are endless and our city radiances with local movie lovers and the visitors.
September is also harvest time. Stores are loaded with fresh produce from the local farmers. Eat Fresh Buy Local is our motto for this month and extends this in an article on page 29 Ecologically Friendly & Organic. We kept this theme in the Wellness section with Breakfast tips, Smoothies and Snacks recipes. Tomatoes and Onions are
highlighted for the health benefits they have on our bodies.
As September starts and we have less hours of daylight we tend to reach for comfort foods and get lazy to with our exercise. This brings on binge eating, weight gain and body inflammation just to name a few. As you read through these pages you will find healthy tips, health news and facts to guide you towards your optimal health.
The great Canadian pianist, Oscar Peterson is remembered on page 27.
We hope you enjoy this read and will share the information in this magazine with your family and friends.
Good Health starts with Good Choice!

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