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  • Are you giving your cells the nutrients they need to create energy?

    Are you giving your cells the nutrients they need to create energy?

    Fatigue is an extremely common problem I see at my clinics. Many patients complain of unrefreshing sleep and fatigue in the mornings, making it difficult for them to face the challenges of the day. Some patients feel alright in the mornings, yet their energy quickly runs out in the early afternoon, and they arrive home from work each evening thoroughly exhausted. Long term fatigue can lead to depression, and feeling depressed only depletes energy levels even further. There are so many different possible causes of fatigue, which can make it a difficult condition to overcome. Poor quality sleep, hormonal imbalances and immune system disorders are all common culprits. One culprit that people often don’t think of is nutrient deficiencies. Read More »
  • Balsamic roasted strawberries

    Balsamic roasted strawberries

    This is delicious as an occasional dessert. Serves 4 2 cups washed and hulled strawberries 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon coconut sugar Greek yogurt, for serving Preheat the oven to 395ºF. Place the strawberries, vinegar and sugar into a ... Read More »
  • A miracle by any other name

    A miracle by any other name

    A few years ago I was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome and osteoarthritis in my right hand and thumb. I tried all the 'traditional' medical things and nothing helped with the pain and loss of movement in my thumb . . . and then I found serrapeptase! It has been truly miraculous for me and I now have full use of my hand and thumb back. Read More »
  • Reversing Diabetes Type 2 Naturally

    An interview with Margaret Jasinska, Naturopath and co-author of ‘Diabetes Type 2 You can reverse it naturally’. Diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease in the world today. Find out how you can fight this with the right diet, nutritional ... Read More »
  • Are you giving your cells the nutrients they need to create energy?

    Are you giving your cells the nutrients they need to create energy?

    Fatigue is an extremely common problem I see at my clinics. Many patients complain of unrefreshing sleep and fatigue in the mornings, making it difficult for them to face the challenges of the day. Some patients feel alright in the mornings, yet their energy quickly runs out in the early afternoon, and they arrive home from work each evening thoroughly exhausted. Long term fatigue can lead to depression, and feeling depressed only depletes energy levels even further. There are so many different possible causes of fatigue, which can make it a difficult condition to overcome. Poor quality sleep, hormonal imbalances and immune system disorders are all common culprits. One culprit that people often don’t think of is nutrient deficiencies. Read More »