Myths and Facts about Heart Disease – What Women Need to Know

Myth #1: Heart disease is more common and deadly in men. Fact: Heart disease is actually the number one killer of women. Women often delay…

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New Book: Saving Women’s Hearts

Mention the term “heart disease” and most people picture an overweight, middle-aged man. Yet the reality is that heart disease is the number one killer…

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Chia Recipes and FAQ

Oriental Salad * 4 tablespoons of Chia seeds, * 2 chicken breasts, * 6 cups of water (1,5 liters), * 2 tablespoon wheat free soy…

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Functional Foods

Hippocrates wisely stated back in 400 BC, “Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.” Modern research has validated this doctrine. Today we…

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Natural Solutions for Depression

Depression is the most common psychiatric ailment in Western society. Over 1.4 million people in Canada suffer with depression at any given time and it…

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Preventing Childhood Obesity

Until recently the battle of the bulge has been fought primarily by adults. Today, however, the largest growing segments among the obese are our children…

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Preventing Winter Colds

The common cold is an infection of the upper respiratory tract caused by a virus. There are over 200 viruses that cause colds; the most…

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Shedding Light on Seasonal Affective Disorder

Just as a bright sunny day can lift our mood and spirit, the short and darker days of fall and winter can have the opposite…

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Springing into Shape with the GI

Summer is fast approaching and along with it comes bikini season. Many people who spent the winter hibernating, wearing bulky clothes and eating “comfort” foods…

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