As we say goodbye to fall and start to welcome the snowy winter weather with slight reluctance, we have some tips for you to make this transition a little bit more pleasant. Don’t get us wrong, we will definitely miss the warmer weather, but there are also some great things to look forward to for […]
Immunity is on everyone’s mind these days. While it’s absolutely important to support our body’s immune system from the inside out, it’s also an important time to think about our overall wellness. The roots of ‘wellness’ date back to ancient India, China, Greece & Rome. But today, wellness has gone mainstream, and many of us […]
Sometimes the most common things are overlooked. Magnesium is abundant in the universe and earth’s crust, but we seem to have a hard time getting enough. It’s suspected that nearly half of Canadians don’t get the dietary magnesium they need to stay healthy.
Magnesium has over 800 different roles in the body. Without enough, the body […]
Being active isn’t just good for your heart
Uncertainty is a common feeling these days as we navigate through something so strange as a global pandemic. It’s important to try and find comfort and normalcy in the unfamiliar. Our mood is likely affected by having to self-isolate from family and loved ones. There is an excess […]
As our male population ages, prostate health becomes an increasingly common concern. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland found only in men, it produces a slightly acidic fluid that makes up part of the semen. The function of this fluid is to improve the health and motility of the sperm. The health of the prostate […]
Everyone experiences pain. But whether from an injury or disease as we age, pain can be debilitating and limit our freedom.
Who should take Serrapeptase?
If you have chronic inflammation or pain, Serrapeptase acts as an anti-inflammatory. It does not have the side effects associated with NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as salicylate and ibuprofen). If you […]
If you’re a woman, there is no bypassing menopause. It is a fact of life that we need to manage at some point.
What is often overlooked, however, is what we can do to mitigate the symptoms, pain and discomfort typically associated with this change of life. It is important to note that the way a […]
Bones are typecast as rigid, calcium laden organs which collectively make up the skeletal system. The key word here is “organ”. In addition to their supporting role for the body, anchoring tendons and ligaments critical for mobility, bones also produce red and white blood cells, store calcium and other minerals for selective release when necessary, […]
A youthful, vibrant body, at any age, must have a strong structural foundation — meaning your skeleton. However, one in four women and one in eight men over the age of 50 have osteoporosis. In Canada, more women die each year as a result of osteoporotic fractures than from breast and ovarian cancer combined. Between […]