Every human deserves to be a hauoli and healthy individual. So hele mai! Every month, I will post health tips that are "supa easy" to follow and "supa cheap". Imua to a healthy and promising future!
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  • Fo the first time in my life I am Hauoli & Healthy! It took awhile and at 55 years old I am finally Pono with myself and the universe around me!

  • aloha kakou,
    for all those healthy kanaka, just an fyi - i am kui kalo 5 days a week. Producing on average of 300-500 lbs of paiai / poi a week.

    paiai - no wai added just fresh hand pounded is 10.00 per lbs. makes 2-3 lbs of poi.

    poi - is 5.00 per lbs and is ready to eat.

    anyone interested can contact me at 542-1326.

    Since Ianuali 2009 I have hand pounded at least 5,000 lbs.

    Last updated September 16, 2008, 12:53 PM, KKB, Papa Ola Lokahi

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  • Aloha and mahalo Leinani for putting this group on! Being healthy is the most important thing if you want to do anything else well in life. Ola is only enhanced by pono... mind body and spirit all need malama.
    What does everyone think about putting up healthy recipes on here?
    ~ Shannan
  • Mahalo for starting this group! Health and wellness is a concern amongst our people. Hopefully, this forum will allow knowledge to be shared, so that we can increase the wellness of 'oiwi everywhere. I think your comment about wai is an excellent place to start!

    On another note, I noticed that the symbol for this group is the caduceus. While used by many organizations in the United States to represent the medical field, may I suggest a switch to the rod of Asclepius (which is often mistaken for the caduceus due to similarities). The caduceus was carried by Hermes, who was conductor of the dead and protector of thieves. While this has provided great laughs for some doctors, it may not be the best symbol for the medical field. The rod of Asclepius was carried by Asclepius, who was a greek god known for the healing arts. Anyway, just thought that I would comment about that.

    Again, mahalo for starting this forum.
  • Aloha E Leinani, Mahalo nui loa..Maikai Loa, Imua~
  • aloha kaua e Leinani,

    o Hanaloa Helelā kēia....

    mahalo for starting this group and for your mana`o regarding wai....

    the majority of us forget, or never have known, that good health starts with the basics, the most basic being the Hā and the wai....

    me ka `oia`i`o,

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Aloha fellow kanaka~!! Got any health tips of your own? Go ahead and post 'em!! It's always good to share health mana'o so we can help our fellow Hawaiians. Let's imua to a healthier future!! A hui hou!! *...^_____^...* Leinani

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