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Omega-3 is an essential nutrient and is an important component of every cell in our body. Unfortunately, the body cannot produce this nutrient and therefore it must be obtained from our diet. Omega-3s, namely EPA and DHA found in fatty, ...Read More
Protein is a key part of healthy lifestyle. It helps to increase energy, reduce hunger and cravings, strengthen immune function, build muscle, and much more. But if you’ve been around natural health for any amount of time, this need for ...Read More
We know you look forward to summer every year, yet are wary of slapping on chemicals to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Well now you can be protected naturally using our certified organic mineral sunscreen line! ...Read More
I read an incredible statement not too long ago that astounded me: “According to the most recent estimate, there are more bacteria in one square centimetre of your colon than there are human beings who have ever walked the earth.” ...Read More
As women, we have two significant hormonal shifts in our life: teenage puberty and then the change of life leading into menopause. Although these are natural transitions in life, they can be extremely challenging when our body has difficulty adapting ...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 ...Read More
Just about everyone has some kind of health problem to solve. Nutritional therapy is proving to be a safe and effective solution to many of our most common and debilitating health problems. While getting all the daily nutritional factors we ...Read More
Overactive bladder (OAB) affects 20–40% of women in middle age and older (1). This includes symptoms of increased daytime and nighttime urinary frequency, an uncontrolled sudden urge to urinate, and incontinence. OAB and other forms of bladder irritation can have ...Read More
Flickering. Pulsing. Pounding. Shooting. Stabbing. Gnawing. Pinching. Crushing. Aching. Cramping. Splitting. Radiating. Spreading. These are just some of the adjectives used to describe pain. Some pain is short-lived, while other pain nags us every day. But whatever the type and ...Read More
If you regularly take a vitamin in the morning, protein powder after a workout or zinc to help with your cold symptoms, you can count yourself among the 79 per cent of Canadians who rely on natural health products as ...Read More
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