Category: Fitness

Andropause (Male Menopause)

Just like women, men also experience hormonal fluctuations as they age. In women, age related hormonal fluctuations is known as menopause. Further, while it is not commonly known, men can undergo a menopause like experience. This experience, or phenomenon, is known as andropause, or “male menopause”. Generally, in older men, testosterone levels slowly start declining. […]

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Surviving The Holidays

I have to admit, stuffing is one of my all time favorite holiday foods and I won’t say no to jam cookies either, but if you follow some simple rules you won’t have to either! The holidays are a time of year that we all look forward to in terms of socializing with friends and […]

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IBS and the LOW FODMAP diet

IBS and the LOW FODMAP diet The low FODMAP diet refers to a diet that restricts foods that are high in fermentable sugars that can cause gastrointestinal distress. It was developed by researchers at Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia. The diet is often recommended for patients that have irritable bowel syndrome. FODMAPs stands for fermentable […]

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What To Look For When Choosing A Multivitamin.

Multivitamins can be an important part of your health and wellness plan. Even with a balanced diet, you could be missing key nutrients in your diet. This is particularly true as we get older. Our ability to absorb nutrients can decrease as we get older and choosing a high-quality multivitamin can provide the necessary vitamins […]

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The Prostate: Small Gland, Big Impact.

by Dr. Emile Sabga, ND With Men’s Health Month underway, it’s important that we address a topic that many men wince at the thought of – prostate health. It’s an inevitable consideration that lives in the back of the minds of many aging men, and for most, that thought remains pushed to the back for as long as possible. The truth is, […]

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SPRING DIET RESET FOR BOOSTING YOUR ENERGY AND FEELING   AWESOME!

By Marianna Duba Registered Nutritionist, Certified Gaps Practitioner Spring is finally here! We can feel the warmth of the sunshine, the snow rapidly melts away, the days are longer and yet, many of us cannot enjoy these early signs of spring. The short and cold winter days took their toll on our general well being. […]

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Have you tried cupping therapy?

Experiencing PAIN? Cupping is NOT just for the Olympic Athletes… it might be for you too! Have you tried cupping before? It is one of my favourite ways to relieve any built up tension in my muscles and relaxes my body! After watching the olympics this year I thought I would spread the word about cupping […]

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Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Health in 2016

Set realistic expectations: Set some realistic expectations for yourself instead of setting yourself up for failure and disappointment. This refers to both your professional and personal life. You are only one person. Start the year off by better prioritizing your tasks and being kind to yourself if things do not get done as planned. Make […]

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