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  • Screen Shot 2018 01 12 at 1.50.11 PM 120x134 - Winter Deluge Health Survival
    Winter Deluge Health Survival

    Along with the deluge of snow, a flurry of health issues can face Canadians over the wintertime. The colder weather brings with it an increase in cold and flu occurrence, dryer skin and air, more painful joints,...

    • Posted March 10, 2020
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  • eattobeatinflammation 120x134 - Eat to Beat Inflammation
    Eat to Beat Inflammation

    The anti-inflammatory diet focuses on key foods to help minimize the symptoms of chronic inflammatory disease. Inflammation is a natural part of our body’s immune system. When we get the flu or catch a virus, our immune...

    • Posted September 6, 2019
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  • foodguide 120x134 - A Fresh Take on Canada's Food Guide
    A Fresh Take on Canada’s Food Guide

    How to Use it and What You Need to Know Simple, colourful and clean may be how people describe Canada’s new one-pager food guide. The revamped healthy eating recommendations released in January reflects Health Canada’s newest take...

    • Posted May 31, 2019
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  • Screen Shot 2018 09 18 at 1.26.44 PM 120x134 - Fuelled and Fit, Kids and Tweens
    Fuelled and Fit, Kids and Tweens

    With a dizzying plethora of parenting blogs, it’s easy to lose sight of the most important thing a parent can do for their child – keep them healthy. Active, well-nourished kids grow strong bodies and healthy minds....

    • Posted September 18, 2018
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  • Screen Shot 2018 05 15 at 2.17.35 PM 120x134 - Purge Your Pantry
    Purge Your Pantry

    Why take away something that tastes great, has an amazing shelf-life and could potentially save you from a zombie apocalypse? Diet and lifestyle are key controllable factors that can reduce risk for cancer down the road. According...

    • Posted May 15, 2018
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  • Screen shot 2015 03 10 at 9.50.40 PM 120x134 - The Best Sprouts to Eat and Grow
    The Best Sprouts to Eat and Grow

    Fresh is hard to find in early Spring, except for growing your own sprouts or buying them at the indoor Farmers’ markets. Which ones pack the most punch? Spring is one of the best times of the year. Picturesque signs of...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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  • Screen Shot 2016 12 27 at 12.58.44 PM 120x134 - Winter Energy Boosters
    Winter Energy Boosters

    Colder and darker days have you feeling constantly drained and unmotivated? You’re not alone. Millions of Canadians at this time of year experience what is known as the “winter slump,” especially when our days have less sunlight....

    • Posted December 27, 2017
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  • Screen Shot 2016 11 06 at 5.12.09 PM 120x134 - Sailing the Sometimes Stormy Seas of Perimenopause
    Sailing the Sometimes Stormy Seas of Perimenopause

    Navigating through life in the sometimes turbulent waters of perimenopause can be tough.  Find the calm with these tips on how to tack with healthy lifestyle changes and natural remedies.  The thought of menopause can be scary when...

    • Posted November 6, 2016
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  • Screen shot 2014 03 24 at 2.27.55 PM 120x134 - Natural Options for Allergy Season
    Natural Options for Allergy Season

    Long summer days are perfect for cold drinks and BBQs on the patio, weekend getaways to the cottage and fun-filled family activities outdoors. But for those who suffer from seasonal allergies and, or asthma, this time of...

    • Posted August 13, 2016
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  • Screen Shot 2016 04 22 at 12.07.26 PM 120x134 - How to Make a Fresh Start This Spring
    How to Make a Fresh Start This Spring

    Many of us flip the house upside down during this season to tidy our rooms, kitchen cabinets, desks, garden beds or closets – to refresh and to reorganize our living and work spaces. Yet, it can also be...

    • Posted April 22, 2016
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