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Cleanse vs. Detox: Do They Really Work?

Cleanse vs. Detox: Do They Really Work?

A cleanse or detox may sound enticing after the holidays or at any other time when you may not have been eating a balanced diet. However, you need to read before replacing solid meals in favor of green juice or lemon water for a few days. These popular diets might not...

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10 Things You Can Do For Holiday Wellness

10 Things You Can Do For Holiday Wellness

  10 Holiday Wellness Tips Holiday season: the most wonderful time of the year when we get to exchange gifts and cook delectable meals, but sadly, a time when we forget about our holiday wellness. It’s understandable to get wrapped up in the holiday spirit and...

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How Does Craniosacral Therapy Work?

How Does Craniosacral Therapy Work?

By: Natalia Strelnikova   What is Craniosacral Therapy (CST)? Are you currently experiencing pain in your body? A lingering, distracting, and intense pain that prevents you from doing your daily activities. It can be a recurring headache that just randomly starts...

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Why Emotional Wellness Also Matters

Why Emotional Wellness Also Matters

In a world where we strive to be physically fit and excellent in all aspects, it is equally important that we achieve emotional wellness. We often disregard our emotions or feelings because we feel like we are being “vulnerable” when we show people how we truly feel....

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Break the Chronic Pain Chain!

Break the Chronic Pain Chain!

By Laura Corcoran; RMT September is Chronic Pain Awareness Month! We want to help you BREAK the CHRONIC PAIN CHAIN!! Massage can break the cycle of pain. Massage soothes muscle tension, stretches and kneads tight muscles, and calms the nervous system. When muscles...

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Helping Your Child Return Back To School

Helping Your Child Return Back To School

By Tina Nikolaou Anxiety can show up in a variety of ways such as; • Feeling fearful or overwhelmed • Headaches, trouble sleeping, irritability, or emotional outbursts • Withdrawn, overly tired, or restless Stress can’t always be avoided, but we can help to reduce it....

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Summer Stretching

Summer Stretching

By Laura Corcoran; RMT Summer brings new joys and challenges! You may not have participated in some activities since last year.  Muscles and joints you haven’t used for a while can become sore and painful if you’re not stretching properly. Try this: Get an elastic...

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Soothing Foot Tricks to Try

Soothing Foot Tricks to Try

By Laura Corcoran; RMT. Stampede stomping, walking or dancing? Try an ice roll!   Fill a water bottle (commercial plastic) 3/4 full of water and put the lid on tightly.  Freeze.  Wrap in a plastic bag or very thin cloth. Place bottle on the floor...

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Spring is in the air… and so are allergies!

Spring is in the air… and so are allergies!

by Michelle Hagel ND Seasonal allergy season is here or for some just around the corner. Intolerances are inappropriate immune responses to substances, this can be environmental or food. Allergies and intolerances can present in a variety of different ways. They can...

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Black Bean Quesadillas

Black Bean Quesadillas

Ingredients: 1 (15.5-oz) can black beans2 medium zucchini4 cups fresh spinach1 ear fresh corn or 1 cup canned corn3/4 cup grated, low-fat cheddar cheese1-2 teaspoon water6 (8-inch) whole wheat flour tortillas2 tablespoons fresh parsley or cilantro (optional)Cooking...

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Banana Oat Cookies 

Banana Oat Cookies 

INGREDIENTS  ● 2 Tbsp ground flax seed  ● 5 Tbsp water  ● 2 medium ripe bananas  ● ½ cup natural peanut butter  ● 2 Tbsp refined coconut oil  ● 3 Tbsp maple syrup  ● 1 tsp pure vanilla extract  ● 1 ½ cup gluten-free rolled...

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Poke Bowl

Poke Bowl

Ingredients 1.5 cups white rice or sushi rice2 tsp sugar1/4 cup rice wine vinegar1/4 cup soy sauce1 tsp wasabi powder2 tsp maple syrupSashimi-grade salmon, cut into 2 cm cubes1 tbs sesame seeds4 red radishes, thinly sliced1 cucumber, thinly sliced1 cup shredded...

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Blood Sugar Balancing Apple-cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding

Blood Sugar Balancing Apple-cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding

Ingredients: 1 cup nut milk of your choice (unsweetened-vanilla)3 TBSP chia seeds1/2 tsp cinnamon1/2 apple chopped1 tsp raw honey or coconut sugar (optional) Directions: Mix all ingredients together in mason jar & shake vigorously and let sit for 2 hours or...

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How to Support Yourself Through Covid Infection

How to Support Yourself Through Covid Infection

By Dr. Rabia K. Meghji, Dr. Michelle Hagel & Dr. Alisha Rawji Stress: Cortisol can be one of the most potent immune suppressants. Do your best not to let the small stuff get to you. Some basic tips to manage your stress levels include engaging in exercise (within...

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

By Dr. Michelle Hagel, ND New Year Special:  Get a Detox Consultation, Meal Plan, AND a Detox Kit for only $100.00 Happy new year, this is a great time to start the new year off with a detox. Detoxification starts with diet, the detox kit will support the organs of...

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Immune Health Recipes

Immune Health Recipes

By Dr. Michelle Hagel, ND Cold and flu season is upon us, some of my favorite ways to support immune health are soups and stews. This recipe in particular is very warming, nourishing, and easy to digest. Providing great nutrients to help support your optimal health....

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Back to School Recipes

Back to School Recipes

By Dr. Michelle Mountenay, ND I’ve never been so excited to hear kids are going back to school than this year. I wish everyone a fun and healthy school year. A couple of my favourite recipes that are quick, easy, and healthy! These can be packed for lunches or...

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Balsamic Tomato and Basil Egg cups

Balsamic Tomato and Basil Egg cups

By Dr. Michelle Hagel, ND This is one of my favorite summer breakfast recipes, I make a batch and we eat them for a few days. I have a garden at home and use fresh basil and tomatoes from my garden and the flavor is amazing. They are so easy and so good I hope you...

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Low-Calorie Cobb Salad

Low-Calorie Cobb Salad

By Laura Corcoran; RMT This low-calorie cobb salad is nutritious and delicious on a hot summer day! This recipe makes four main-dish salads. Ingredients: 8 cups torn Romaine lettuce 1 small bunch chicory (curly endive), finely chopped 12 ounces cooked turkey breast,...

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Healthy Recipes for Men

Healthy Recipes for Men

By Dr. Michelle Hagel, ND In honour of Father’s Day, I thought I would share my father’s favourite treat (with a healthy spin of course). This month we want to celebrate all the wonderful men in our lives and promote men’s health. One of my favourite supports for...

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