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How to treat bloating naturally

If you’re a woman, then maybe you can relate to this story and if you’re a dude, listen up gentlemen… For the longest time I couldn’t wait until I got home so I could slip into my yoga pants. Why? Because I’d shift at the dinner table just dying to undo a button and despite […]

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Crashing at 3pm? Drink this for adrenal health.

Let’s face it when 3pm hits, we’ve all wanted to pull a Costanza underneath our desk at some point or another. We’ll stare at the clock as we’re hit with a wave of fatigue and maybe even a case of the crankies. Is your adrenal health suffering? But honestly, you don’t have to suffer daily with your […]

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almond breeze

Almond milk & carrageenan: Why everyone needs to stop freaking out.

The dairy-alternative market has made quite the splash (sorry couldn’t help myself) in the last twenty years or so with soymilk making its inception as early as the 1980’s. For those of us out of the 70% who can’t digest lactose passed infancy have found, these beverages have been quite the saviour gracing our smoothies […]

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Uh oh…you might have bad breath.

  Hey there! We’ve all experienced it at some point or another…bad breath. We become self-conscious after sitting in a movie theatre for a couple of hours or after our morning coffee. So this week when I got a letter from Karen, who wanted natural alternatives for bad breath, I thought I’d provide a little […]

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oil

Edible Oils for Beauty

GUEST BLOGGER: KRISTEN MA Everything we put on our skin absorbs deeply into our tissues and bloodstream.  So naturally we want to make sure that all of our skincare is safe, healthy and free of harmful synthetics.  One way to do this is by using ingredients that are so pure they’re edible.  And, with winter […]

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Tips to simplify your life in the kitchen

Hey there hot stuff, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve uncovered a disorganized kitchen after speaking with patients of mine. Having a kitchen in disarray makes cooking a scary, or complicated experience. So this week when I got an email from Helen about how most of the food she buys goes rotten, I […]

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