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Holistic Nutritionist

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DR. SAMUEL MIKAIL

Clinical Psychologist

MATTHEW DRAG

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CHRISTINE RYCKMAN

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

MARISA SCHEMBRI

Registered Acupuncturist

LISA CHILVERS

Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Heartburn, Food, and Lifestyle
Heartburn – Can I Help it with Foods and Lifestyle? The odds are that you or someone you know experiences heartburn. Around half of North American adults experience it at least once per month. Somewhere between 10-20% have it at least once per week! Heartburn, also known as reflux, occurs when the strong acid in your stomach creeps up into your esophagus. It can feel like a burning sensation; hence the name “heartburn.” Other common symptoms include bloating, burping, difficulty swallowing, or a sore throat. Often there is a bitter or sour taste as well. Don’t get me wrong, stomach…
Flu Is Not A Season
As we are heading into the colder months here in Canada, chances are that most people you speak to will tell you they have been ‘ sick’ with the flu. First, lets clear one thing up – a runny nose and a sore throat doth not the flu make. Cold and flu are different. Granted, flu symptoms often mimic the symptoms of a cold: nasal congestion, cough and fatigue but a cold is a mild respiratory illness that can make you feel bad for a couple of days. The flu, however, tends to be more serious. Along with the symptoms…
17 Ways to Add More Fruit & Vegetables to Your Diet
17 Ways to Add Fruit & Vegetables to Your DietFruit and or vegetables should be included in every meal. Sometimes this may feel challenging. To add more fruit and vegetables to your diet, try the following tips:Learn More About our Personalized Nutrition Programs BreakfastToss chopped banana into a bowl of whole grain cereal.Blend fresh or frozen berries with your favorite milk to make a fruit smoothie. Add a handful of spinach or kale for an extra boost! dd dried cherries, currants, cranberries and blueberries to homemade muffins.Fill half a cantaloupe with cottage cheese.Add diced tomatoes, red peppers and baby spinach…
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