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The Winter Blues

Posted by Iren Frasheri, CNP on 2018 Nov 27th

The Winter Blues

If you’re reading this, you probably live in Toronto and are cold.On a serious note: winter is HERE and we are ready for it. I know I know, we’d rather have sunny, warm days and patio season. But guess what? We’re going to help you make the best of this snowy season that’s ahead of us. Get ready to say goodbye to the gloomy feeling of colder temperatures, having long dreadful commutes, and no longer seeing daylight after 5pm. While we may n…

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Holiday Survival Guide

Posted by Iren Frasheri, CNP on 2018 Nov 20th

Holiday Survival Guide

That cozy, Home Alone watching, snow angel making, bright city lights gazing, tree decorating, and feasting time of the year is finally here. If you’re as excited as I am, you may also be thinking, “How am I going to handle all the food about to come my way AND still remain healthy?” Don’t worry, I got you. Firstly, I just want to say that there should never be guilt around eating certain food(s). I know with all the trends it’s really eas…

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What’s Funny About Fads

Posted by Iren Frasheri, CNP on 2018 Nov 12th

What’s Funny About Fads

I’m sure you’ve all heard about the latest fad: drinking celery juice on an empty stomach. Some of you might be wondering – are the benefits worth it? Well, yes. If it’s something healthy, I say it’s worth the try! The problem? Sometimes a trend gets mistaken for just that. While drinking celery juice has numerous benefits (which I’ll get to soon), what you don’t have to do it stress out about “having” to buy the latest juicer in order to reap th…

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Aching joints and muscles during the flu? Why?

Posted by Owen Wiseman (Credits to A. Vogel) on 2018 Feb 14th

Aching joints and muscles during the flu? Why?

Taking a step from your home to the street, you prepare yourself for the inevitable onslaught of sniffles and coughs as you try to avoid fevers and chills. Flu season has arrived.Much of the time, the beginnings of the flu are similar to our old-fashioned common cold, but flu symptoms are often more severe and carry additional ones like fever, chills, and aching joints and muscles.Most Canadians have a pretty good idea of the usual signs to watch…

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Your Natural Prescription for Healthy pH

Posted by Prairie Naturals on 2016 Oct 16th

Your Natural Prescription for Healthy pH

Morning Rise & Shine Balances Your Body’s pH  Alkalizes • Cleanses • Energizes Morning Rise & Shine is a unique Body pH Balancer. Ideally used first thing in the morning (upon waking), this mineral-enhanced, all-natural lemon & aloe drink gently balances internal body pH and promotes an alkaline environment. Keeping the body's pH in balance helps to create the optimal internal environment for overall good health.…

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