What Self Care Really Means, Parts 3 & 4: The Heart & The Spirit

Image: Jon Asato Did you know July 24 was International Self Care Day? In honour of the fine art of self care, I’m sharing my top tips for each area of your health you should pay attention to when looking after yourself. If you haven’t already, check out Part 1 – The Body, and [...] read more
On July 24, 2017, posted in: Blog , Mental Health , Stress Management

What "Self Care" Really Means, Part 2: The Mind

Image: Tim Marshall Did you know that July 24 is International Self Care Day? All around the world, people will be slowing down a little to honour the fine art of self care. But what does that really mean? “Self care” is one of those popular terms in the media, especially on the health & [...] read more
On July 24, 2017, posted in: Blog , Brain Health , Mental Health , Nutrition , Stress Management

Silent and Deadly: Barriers to Men's Mental Health

Image: Joshua Earle Ladies, a word: Have you ever noticed how much conversation there is about your physical, mental and spiritual health? It’s amazing! [...] read more
On June 23, 2017, posted in: Blog , Digestive issues , Men's Health , Mental Health , Stress Management

Supporting the Gut-Brain Connection

Image: Brooke Cagle After following along with my previous posts, The Brain-Gut Connection and What Causes Poor Gut Health?, are you a little freaked out by how your gut may be affecting your mental and physical health? Try not to let it stress you out – there’s a lot we can do to boost [...] read more
On April 24, 2017, posted in: Blog , Gut Health , Mental Health , Nutrition

What Causes Poor Gut Health?

Image: Benjamin Combs In this three part series, I’m exploring the connection between the gut and the brain – one of the most important connections in the human body! And one that’s been seriously overlooked until recently. For more info on the connection between your digestive [...] read more

The Brain-Gut Connection

Image: Job Tyson Have you ever had a “gut-wrenching” experience? Do you feel nauseous when you’re nervous and anxious? Have you ever experienced “butterflies” in your stomach? These descriptions aren’t figures of speech – your brain and your gut are actually intimately connected. [...] read more
On April 24, 2017, posted in: Blog , Digestive issues , Gut Health , Mental Health , Nutrition