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Our overall wellness is a direct expression of the health of our cells. When our cells are damaged or begin to age, their membranes start to break down. As this happens, compounds that are contained within the cell walls are ...Read More
As our bodies age, it’s not uncommon to feel stiffness in our joints, along with a few extra aches and pains. However, those aches and pains can also be an early sign of arthritis. Over 100 different types of diseases ...Read More
The majority of Canadians over 55 years of age experience some degree of the painful joint disease osteoarthritis. For many, osteoarthritis means constant pain, impaired mobility and seriously reduced quality of life.  Are there solutions for this suffering? Yes! Effective combinations of ...Read More
Pardon the reference to the 90’s power ballad, however “my aching bones” is a familiar phrase we tend to use a little more often as we age. In reality, pain within bones is rare and in a very small percentage ...Read More
Vitamin C is arguably the single most important water soluble anti­oxidant in the human body. Antioxi­dants play a key role in protecting cells against free radicals, which can cause damage and play a role in heart disease, cancer, and other ...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
Collagen is hot these days. It seems like everyone is using collagen to improve the look of their skin and make their joints feel great. But our instincts were telling us that there were so many other benefits to supplementing ...Read More
Osteoporosis, the weakening of the bones due to bone mineral loss, afflicts over two million Canadians, with many more going undiagnosed. The disease is associated with increased bone fractures and a loss of independence. It primarily affects menopausal women. Women can lose ...Read More
Osteoporosis is an all-too-common disease where decreased bone density leads to an increased risk of breakage. Bone fractures from osteoporosis most frequently affect the wrist, spine and hip, injuries which can lead to disfigurement, reduced mobility and loss of independence. ...Read More
Not feeling like yourself lately? Are you feeling: Fatigue? Mood swings? Poor memory/concentration? Low sex drive? Vaginal/skin dryness? Hair loss? Brittle nails? Weight gain Joint pain? Stress/Anxiety? Hot flashes? Night sweats? It could be perimenopause, the transition period before menopause ...Read More
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