Is Stress Making you Sick?

Image: Tim Gouw If you are like most of us, daily stressors are part of modern life. Yet for some, daily stress becomes chronic stress, and starts to affect overall health. [...] read more
On September 22, 2017, posted in: Blog , Hormones , Immune System , Stress Management

4 Back-to-School Supplements for your Kids

Image: Aaron Burden on Unsplash It may seem a bit strange to give your child dietary supplements; kids are, by nature, pretty healthy little humans. That being said, we live in a world infinitely more stressful, chaotic and stimulus-riddled than the one we grew up in; as a result kids experience [...] read more
On August 22, 2017, posted in: Blog , Digestive issues , Immune System , Pediatrics , Stress Management

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

What "Self Care" Really Means, Part 1: The Body

Image: David Straight 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? [...] read more

Male Menopause: Yes, It’s Real!

Image: Joshua Earle When the topic of menopause comes up, one normally thinks of a woman experiencing hot flashes, low libido, insomnia, and weight gain. But women may not be the only ones who suffer the effects of changing hormones. Many doctors are noticing that their male patients are reporting [...] read more