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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
Black Cumin Seed Oil or simply Black Seed Oil has over 100 active compounds which include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and pain-reducing properties. The most notable active ingredient is thymoquinone.   Black Seed is quickly becoming the herbal oil to watch with ...Read More
Your child has a runny nose, your co-workers are coughing and the guy in the grocery line behind you just sneezed for the second time. It all adds up to one thing – cold and flu season is back. With ...Read More
Are you one of the many Canadians suffering from a lack of quality sleep? A recent Canadian study showed that 55% of women and 43% of men between the ages of 18-49 experience sleep issues.1 Melatonin is a supplement that can ...Read More
Sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny nose are common symptoms that seasonal allergy sufferers experience this time of year. Since there is no cure for allergies, most healthcare professionals recommend avoiding known allergens to reduce symptoms. The problem is that it’s ...Read More
Your hair tells a story about your overall well-being. Healthy, shiny hair is one indication of vibrant physical health, while thinning, brittle, dull and lifeless hair tells an entirely different story. While you may think that your nutrient intake is ...Read More
Uncontrollable sneezing, headache, itchy eyes and fatigue. Many of us have experienced these dreaded allergy symptoms usually around spring and summer. However, some allergies can last all-year round! The most common allergy triggers in autumn are ragweed and mould. Dust ...Read More
Life is good. You’re feeling generally “healthy.” Do you still need a multivitamin? Clearly, the best way to get nutrients such as vitamins and minerals is through a healthy diet. Fruits and vegetables, legumes, lean meats, fish and dairy products ...Read More
Don’t eat It – generate It! What happens when you “eat” Collagen? By now, you’ve probably seen the ads for collagen in the form of powders and pills. The story is that if you ingest collagen, usually from cows and ...Read More
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, and it’s involved in many processes. We now refer to Glutamine as conditionally essential because there are many situations where the needs of the body are greater than its ability ...Read More
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