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Snacking is a big part of the North American diet. A 2019 survey found that 57 per cent of participants snack once a day and another 31 per cent do it a couple of times a week. That means most ...Read More
We’re in the awkward lingering month of winter and looking so forward to warmer temperatures. We have been stuck indoors with germs, stress and lack of Vitamin D. All of these things can compromise our immune systems. Fresh fruits and ...Read More
There are lots of good and bad bugs in your body – are the bad ones bugging you? It’s like a blockbuster action movie, the epic battle between good and evil that wages inside your body every day. Inside your ...Read More
According to Statistics Canada, 23 percent of people over the age of 15, report that most days are “quite a bit” or “extremely” stressful, and that number rises to 30 per cent among the 35 to 54 age group.[1] I ...Read More
Surveys suggest that about 75% of women develop thrush or a yeast infection (vulvovaginal candidiasis) at least once in their lifetime.[1] The yeast organism, Candida Albicans is primarily responsible for these infections and is caused by dysbiosis, a condition that ...Read More
Enzymes are critical to life. They’re the proteins that initiate and speed up the chemical reactions that keep your body functioning – converting food into energy, forming new tissue, breaking down old tissue, disposing of waste, and more.   Some ...Read More
Kids practice lots of important life skills at school, and one they seem to excel at is sharing – especially when it comes to colds and flu. Your darling elementary student is likely to share between 6-8 sicknesses this year, ...Read More
Notebook? Check! Shiny new backpack? Yep. Probiotics, prebiotics and fish oil?? Triple check! Helping your child develop a healthy immune system is so important because it will help them develop resilience, meaning that any sickness they do get will be ...Read More
Probiotics are beneficial microbes that offer multiple health benefit to humans. They are often taken as dietary supplements, and in fermented and cultured foods to help make our digestion run smoothly. Probiotics are in and on us, in what we ...Read More
When you think about probiotics, do your thoughts meander to your digestive tract? It makes sense: your intestines offer up about 250 square metres of living space for bacteria to call home. But your ability to host bacteria extends far ...Read More
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