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11 Oct

Do You Have Food Intolerances?

Reposted from Toronto Star. Written by – Barbara Turnbull Traditionally, the way to define a food intolerance is by trial and error. But symptoms — such as irritable bowel syndrome, migraines, indigestion, heartburn, joint pain, eczema, bloating, stomach pain, anal bleeding, sleeplessness and weight gain — are not always related, making elimination diets difficult to..

02 Oct

Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System!

Preparing for Cold & Flu Season  One of the primary aims of a Naturopathic Doctor is to help you strengthen your body’s natural ability to fight disease. The immune system, when healthy, is highly capable of fighting off many diseases and illnesses, especially the common cold. It is when the immune system becomes laden with..

02 Sep

Back to School Lunches

Canada, like many nations, is in the midst of an epidemic of overweight and obesity.  According to the Childhood Obesity Foundation, 59% of adult Canadians are either overweight or obese.  Cities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia were significantly higher in overweight/obesity population than the national average for adults. There has been..

29 Jul

Food Sensitivities

Food allergies are a common condition in which the immune system reacts to certain foods as it would normally react to harmful bacteria and viruses. There are two types of food allergies – immediate and delayed. For those with an immediate allergic response to food, it can be life threatening, as with anaphylactic shock. However,..

27 Jul

Acupuncture for Induction

For women who are approaching their due date and would like to avoid chemical induction, Acupuncture is a good option! The term “induction” when used to refer to the process through which acupuncture will encourage the natural onset of labour is misleading. This is because Acupuncture does not actually “induce” labour, as would a medication..

29 Apr


Osteoporosis Prevention Are you concerned about your bones? Osteoporosis is a disease of reduced bone mass that can lead to fractures. Approximately 1 in 4 women and 1 in 8 men over the age of 50 has osteoporosis in Canada. Osteoporosis often progresses unnoticed. Warning signs include: Posture deformity “hunch” Loss of height “shrinking” Reduced ability..