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Health goals! Glowing, radiant skin, lustrous, full hair and strong, solid nails can be elusive sometimes. Over time, the aging process, lackluster nutrition and our environment and weather can take their toll on our skin, hair and nails. There are ...Read More
Fibre is an essential part of a healthy diet; however, the average adult in Canada consumes far less than the recommended 21–38 g of dietary fibre per day (1). A moderate intake of dietary fibre has been associated with maintaining ...Read More
Sugar-laden diets, low physical activity and stress which are so prevalent in today’s busy lifestyles, can contribute to a condition known as IGT (impaired glucose tolerance) – a condition which is often experienced prior to the onset of diabetes.1 When ...Read More
January brought the long-awaited new food guide for Canadians, and although there is room for improvement, the new focus on fruits and vegetables is certainly a step in the right direction. Many plant foods are known as superfoods because they ...Read More
In today’s world, man-made chemicals are everywhere. From environmental pollution to unnatural ingredients found in processed foods, our bodies are burdened with an ongoing task of detoxification. Many health experts believe that the increase in toxic load over the last ...Read More
Digestive enzymes offer many health benefits. While some people are aware that enzymes are important, not everyone knows that enzymes are essential and make life possible. Almost every function in the human body depends on enzymes and without them, we ...Read More
Do you have health problems? Just about everyone does. Nutritional therapy is proving to be a safe and e­ffective solution to many of our most common and debilitating health issues. Getting all the daily nutritional factors we need is one ...Read More
Nutritionists and health experts have an arsenal of foods and supplements they recommend every individual consume. This set is what lays the bricks for a foundation of good health. What’s in this set? For starters, a diet rich in nutrition ...Read More
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), heart disease is the number one cause of death globally and more people die annually from cardiovascular diseases than from any other cause (1). The Heart & Stroke Foundation identifies heart disease and ...Read More
The health of the gut, heart and brain are all intricately connected and it is important to have an understanding of this in order to fully support the health of the heart and brain through diet, lifestyle and natural supplements. ...Read More
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