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Vitamin D is a vital nutrient. We generally get the Vitamin D we need from the sun’s rays, which give Vitamin D its nickname as the “Sunshine Vitamin.” Unfortunately, two major issues prevent most Canadians from getting sufficient amounts of ...Read More
Certain herbs can heighten sexual experiences for women including; improved desire, balance hormones, increase gratification and physical stimulation. If you’re just not getting there with your partner – that’s okay! Over time, things change and there’s nothing to be ashamed ...Read More
Did you know that low energy levels accompanied by carbohydrate cravings, muscle soreness, low back pain or headaches, most likely indicate a pH imbalance? Many people are astonished once they realize the ill health effects caused by an overly acidic ...Read More
A promising combination of high-dose B vitamins and a super food for performance during stressful times offers support.   Stress. It’s something that all of us experience, regardless of job, geographic location or family situation. Stress is the body’s response ...Read More
Gifford-Jones, MD answers your questions on how to age gracefully and mindfully to ensure you live the best golden years possible! Q: How do you know vitamin C and lysine work to protect against heart attack and stroke? A: As ...Read More
Herbal medicine can help our bodies and minds as we move through life, and may encourage us to age more gracefully. The aging process is, of course, natural and inevitable.  It is an accumulation of lessons learned and life lived, ...Read More
Very few nutrients have been studied as thoroughly as omega-3 fatty acids.  Essential fatty acids (EFAs) including omega-3 are needed for many reactions in the body, and are crucial for brain, bone, joint, and cardiovascular health.  EFA’s have also been ...Read More
Seniors are one of the main groups at risk for a B12 deficiency with an estimated 10-15% of seniors having a deficiency.3 As we age, our hydrochloric acid production weakens, leading to impaired digestion and less B12 being absorbed from ...Read More
Constipation. It’s not a fun or exciting topic to discuss, but a necessary conversation to have when it comes to your overall health. According to the Canadian Society of Intestinal Research, chronic constipation affects 15-30% of Canadians, and is commonly ...Read More
Your eyesight is important and taking preventative action to protect your vision is key. There are many simple things that can be done including wearing sunglasses year-round, reducing exposure to blue light and UV rays and incorporating nutrients like lutein ...Read More
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