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Involved in almost every biochemical activity in the body, enzymes have earned their reputation as the “sparks of life.” Enzymes are catalysts in digesting food, stimulating the brain, supplying cellular energy and in repairing tissues, organs and cells. Simply put, ...Read More
Salba is more than just a name. It literally defines the only two registered varieties of chia in the world—Sahi Alba 911 and Sahi Alba 912—for their consistent size, shape and off-the-charts nutritional quality. Any other chia seeds on the shelf ...Read More
Childhood is a time of constant growth and development. Bones, teeth, skin, muscles, eyes and brains – the organs and body parts that will serve us throughout life - are being perfected. Nutrition plays a big part in proper development ...Read More
Congratulations! You made it through the infamous Canadian winter. Time to ditch the mittens and toques for sneakers and shorts. This is the time of year when we’re coming out of our hygge cocoon and opening our eyes (for what ...Read More
Spring is in full swing which typically means doing more of the things you love: gardening, biking, hiking, golfing and so much more. But with those added physical activities often comes increased muscle and joint pain, especially in the neck, ...Read More
You don’t pay much attention to your digestive system when it’s running smoothly. But once indigestion, bloating, gas, constipation, and diarrhea become part of your daily life, not only is it embarrassing, but it can lead to long term conditions ...Read More
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Did you know that something as common as drinking a glass of water can disrupt your gut health? While antibiotics are touted as one of the major reasons behind digestive issues, there are everyday common culprits (like chlorinated drinking water) ...Read More
Everybody knows that eating a plant-based diet is good for you! The media is flooded with stories, studies, images and promises of the healthful benefits of fruits, vegetables, berries and superfoods. But that doesn’t mean everyone is getting enough. Busy ...Read More
For decades, scientists have known that the intestinal barrier can become compromised – more permeable than normal – in cases of gastrointestinal (GI) disease. The term “leaky gut” was popularized to describe the inability of the intestinal lining to maintain ...Read More
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Sometimes it’s the small changes that can make the biggest impact. Instead of feeling like you need to cut things out of your diet, trying thinking of all the delicious and nutrient-dense things you can add in. One of the ...Read More
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