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Surveys suggest that about 75% of women develop thrush or a yeast infection (vulvovaginal candidiasis) at least once in their lifetime.[1] The yeast organism, Candida Albicans is primarily responsible for these infections and is caused by dysbiosis, a condition that ...Read More
There’s lots of ways to boost your immune system this cold and flu season! Let’s dive right in! Reduce Sugar and Increase Antioxidant-Rich Foods Your immune system requires specific nutrients to function optimally. You can create a healthy foundation with ...Read More
Inflammation is behind many of today’s most dangerous health conditions – learn how curcumin can help put out the fire. Inflammation is the body’s natural defense against injuries and invading pathogens. The body uses a combination of heightened body temperature, ...Read More
Stress is an essential and normal physiological response to change. Many of us have experienced symptoms of short term or acute stress, while a study from Statistics Canada reports that 73% of adults ages 20 to 64 consider themselves stressed ...Read More
Eating multiple servings of cold-water fish a week or a diet high in leafy greens, nuts and plant oils is a great way to get omega-3. However, it can sometimes be challenging to maintain an omega-3 rich diet and that’s ...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
The ability of plants to synthesize their own vitamin E is among the critical biochemical processes for the evolution of life on earth. The antioxidant properties of the entire spectrum of tocopherols and tocotrienols within seeds gives them the resiliency to ...Read More
Enzymes are critical to life. They’re the proteins that initiate and speed up the chemical reactions that keep your body functioning – converting food into energy, forming new tissue, breaking down old tissue, disposing of waste, and more.   Some ...Read More
Sickness can strike at the worst time, which can lead to missing those important life events such as; recitals, travel plans, work, and well…life.  The prevalence of chronic stress, engagement in strenuous exercise and poor diet can all play a ...Read More
Vitamin C is perhaps the most well-known of all vitamins. It is important for a multitude of metabolic functions, such as tissue growth and repair, healthy gums and teeth. Vitamin C also acts as an antioxidant and strengthens the immune ...Read More
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