Fish are a wonderful health option for us to eat, and we need to protect our lakes and rivers as much as we can so future generations can enjoy the health and wellness they provide.
With that in mind, please keep an eye open for this invasive species of carp as we begin our late summer and fall fishing season. Asian Carp are a invasive species of fish and can very quickly take over a lakes ecosystem.
… Read more Asian Carp Warning
SOADI’s Friends at The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health in Ottawa produced these instructional videos as part of The Healthy Kids Community Challenge. These games are fun and challenging. Try them out and see how well you can do!
… Read more Inuit Games Instructional Videos
Check out this classic Weston Price article on traditional diets:
The hunter-gatherer’s dinner is front page news these days. Drawing from the writings of Dr. Boyd Eaton and Professor Loren Cordain, experts in the so-called Paleolithic diet, columnists and reporters are spreading the word about the health benefits of a diet rich in protein and high in fiber from a variety of plant foods 1,2. It’s actually amusing to see what the modern food pundits come up with as examples of the “Paleolithic Prescription.” Jean Carper offers a Stone Age Salad of mixed greens,
… Read more Guts and Grease: The Diet of Native Americans
It was a great day on the course in support of Native Men’s health. On August 5th 2016 SOADI hosted our second annual Taking Aim FORE Men’s Health Golf Tournament at Niagara Falls Golf Club. 54 golfers teed it up for men’s Diabetes awareness. Special Thanks to Grandmother Renee for her opening prayer at dinner, Warren Hill from Niagara’s Ole Tyme BBQ for the whole hog BBQ, Herbie Barnes for his great Master of Ceremonies work, and sponsor Biodetic Foot cream as well.
… Read more 2nd Annual Taking Aim FORE Men’s Health Golf Tournament
The Huffinton Post Canada recently did an article on SOADI’s Yoga program and how it helps people prevent Diabetes and stay healthy:
It was December 2012, and John “Redbear” Terrance was thinking seriously about killing himself.
After a childhood marked by physical and sexual abuse, he became an introvert. He ate cheap, packaged foods and hid in his home on the Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne, on the border between New York state and Ontario.
He didn’t see his family for 10 years.
… Read more Yoga May Be The Medicine Aboriginal Communities Have Been Looking For