Hidden Food Sensitivities – The Fire Within

Hidden Food Sensitivities – The Fire Within

Chances are you know someone with a food allergy or food sensitivity. In general, food allergy is obvious while food sensitivity is usually hidden. Topping the list of common food allergens in Canada are wheat and milk. Alternative health practitioners also report...
Cheers to Red Wine!

Cheers to Red Wine!

We have all heard news headlines pertaining to the positive aspects of drinking red wine. Among its purported health benefits, studies have found it may improve heart health, reduce the risk of certain cancers, reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and...
Breathe, Stretch, and Digest Better!

Breathe, Stretch, and Digest Better!

Today marks the UN’s “International Day of Yoga”. Millions upon millions of yoga enthusiasts from 150 countries will come together for some fun, some challenging, and some quirky asanas (poses) and pranayama (breathwork). How did the ancient practice...
Leaky Gut – A Hidden Epidemic

Leaky Gut – A Hidden Epidemic

Anyone who has researched anything digestion or autoimmune-related has probably come across the term “leaky gut.” You may not be so familiar with the term if you’ve been looking to shed some flab, boost energy, or have a better functioning brain, but rest...
Spring Clean Yourself – With These 3 Foods!

Spring Clean Yourself – With These 3 Foods!

Spring has sprung! This is nature’s season of renewal. Just like we give our homes a spring cleaning each year, it’s a good idea to give our bodies a little internal scrub as well. Let me give you my top 3 foods for kicking your body’s built-in detoxification...
The Deal With Dairy

The Deal With Dairy

Did you know milk is the most common food allergen and a very common food sensitivity as well? There are two main proteins in cow’s milk that can cause an allergic reaction: • Casein, found in the solid part (curd) of milk that curdles • Whey, found in the...

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