• Spring Spruce-Up

    The buds are blooming again, so why can’t you? Upgrade your nutrition and lifestyle routines so you can step into spring feeling like You Version 2.0! Shed the Winter Coat If your body has grown an extra...

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  • Being Young at Heart

    The heart is one of the most fascinating organs. It pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood each day throughout our bodies, so it’s important we protect our heart. Heart disease includes coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis, hypertension, atrial...

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  • Fresh Herbs for the Spring

    Looking to spice up your life? Why not start in the kitchen? Herbs and spices are a great way to make your meals tasty. More importantly, they provide our bodies with added nutrients and health boosting benefits....

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  • Green Smoothie

    Parsley adds a hint of spring freshness to this smoothie with a smooth avocado finish. Avocados are a great source of vitamin C, as well as provide lutein and omega-3 fatty acids. Ingredients ¼ cup diced avocado ¼ cup...

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  • Smoothie Bowls

    Smoothie bowls are a nutrition packed breakfast. Colourful and full of texture, fibre, fruits and vegetables they can also be boosted with your favourtie add ins and toppers. Courtesy of “200 Best Smoothie Bowl Recipes” by Alison...

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  • Sustainable Gardening in Small Spaces

    Food for birds, pollinators … and yourself. Gardening in small spaces can be a challenge. Every inch of space counts and there are limits to the types of plants you can use. However, with the right plant...

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  • Passive Immunity for Infants

    The body’s immune responses are broken down into two major types: innate and adaptive. Innate immunity, as the term implies, is naturally or genetically acquired. It includes the skin, the cells, and the proteins found in the...

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  • Cancer Fighting Foods

    When most people think of their cancer risk, they look to their family tree. But what if I told you, you’re better off looking in your fridge? As researchers continue to wage war against cancer, many have begun...

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  • 9 Ways to Tip the Odds Towards Cancer Prevention

    The World Health Organization and the American Institute for Cancer Research estimate between sixty-seven and seventy-two percent of all cancer cases are preventable and that prevention offers the most cost-effective, long-term strategy for the control of cancer, as...

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  • Risk for Getting Cancer
    Simple Changes for Cancer Prevention

    I don’t know anyone that hasn’t been affected by cancer. While many people know of the connections between smoking and alcohol, there are also less talked about potential cancer causing agents to consider. Processed Meats The International...

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