Tired of feeling fatigue, pain and/or brain fog? Do you have digestive symptoms, extra weight, or just want to improve your overall fitness? Join us for the Reboot Together program. This is a peer support group, led by a licensed naturopathic physician.
Is it “flu season” or “sugar season”? We are more susceptible to illness when eating diets high in sugar and low in nutrients! Let’s UP our health game this winter with our Healthier Living – BodyLean Group Program! This group is appropriate for anyone and everyone who wants to improve their health through lifestyle and nutrition. …
We all know that staying physically active is good for health. Regular exercise is an important part of maintaining a healthy weight, since obesity is a risk factor for many diseases, particularly heart disease and cancer. But, if most of us know exercise is healthy, then why can it be so darn difficult to stick…
Seasonal cleansing is the cornerstone of reducing one’s toxic burden. Cleansing should not be an afterthought anymore; it’s essential for health.
The pumpkin is a ubiquitous symbol of winter, as evidenced by the gourd being prominently displayed on porches everywhere during this season. However, there is a lot more to pumpkins than simple decoration!
Fasting dates back to the ancient civilizations of Greece and the Near East. Fasting as part of a religious practice has been used by numerous cultures and religions. Christianity, Judaism, Gnosticism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, South and North American Indian traditions all utilize some form of fasting.
Have you tried many different diets for general health improvement, for pain reduction, for weight loss, or for countering arthritic and inflammatory conditions?
Though this very green smoothie might make you feel more like a bunny than a human, at least rest assured that most bunnies don’t know how to use blenders. The mint extract gives the otherwise smooth flavor a nice kick. Other zesty options include blending in a fresh ginger slice, a dash of cayenne or cinnamon, or…Details
This smoothie recipe, which can be used as a base for many variations, is delightfully nutty and rich, easy to make, and works well along with breakfast or as a snack between meals. “P”B & J Smoothie “P”B & J Smoothie Servings Prep Time 2glasses 5minutes Servings Prep Time 2glasses 5minutes Course Breakfast, Snack Ingredients…Details
The obesity epidemic continues to progress at an intense rate here in the US as well as other developed countries. And yes, though the food we consume plays a HUGE role, not to be forgotten is the dramatic impact of hormones, in particular thyroid hormone.