Enter any Slogan or Link here.
It may not be pleasant discussing issues “down there”, but it’s better than suffering in silence when you’re dealing with the painful burning feeling of a urinary tract infection, bacterial vaginosis or the crazy itchiness of a yeast infection. What ...Read More
While some women float through the menopausal years relatively carefree, with little in the way of hormonal disruptions, others find it very challenging and in some cases debilitating. That’s why managing menopause is one of the most important issues for ...Read More
You’ve probably heard the recommendation to consume at least five servings of vegetables and fruit per day, which is ideal. We all know that sometimes life gets in the way – busy schedules with work, kids, school or other commitments ...Read More
What are MCTs? Of the fuel sources available to the body for energy, there are two main types, namely carbs/sugar or fat. The body converts carbs/sugar into glucose, while fat is rendered into what are called ketones, an organic compound. ...Read More
Do you see spring through a haze of tears, with a tissue box surgically attached to your hand and your nose oozing a persistent flood of slime? Most Canadians love summers, so it seems harsh that so many people should ...Read More
Despite decades of research on the cardiovascular and cognitive benefits of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil, most consumers have only recently become aware of the benefits of omega-3 supplementation. As the consumption of fish and fish oil for its ...Read More
Buh-bye winter! As the thermometer rises, so do our energy levels! When Spring fever gets your body moving, protein supplements are a go-to, and people are increasingly turning to plant-based protein powders. Protein doesn’t just help with fitness – it’s ...Read More
You may have noticed a new beauty trend that’s a little different from shades of lipstick or contouring: products claiming to be clean and free from harmful chemicals are showing up on drugstore and Sephora shelves alike, and it seems ...Read More
Menopause is the phase of a woman’s life, typically between the ages of 40 and 55, when ovulation and fertility come to an end. The World Health Organization defines menopause as 12 consecutive months without menstruation and the absence of ...Read More
Discomfort, swelling, and tenderness – three of the most common signs of joint pain. We’ve all experienced these tell-tale symptoms at one point or another, sometimes severely and other times briefly when walking or sitting. The first step in managing ...Read More
Back to Top