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  • Taking Your Cholesterol Seriously – Proactive Medicine

    Posted on Thu, 07 Jun 2018 by Dr. Edith Gorecki, M.D 0 Comments

    If you’re between the ages of 40-60, you’ve probably had your cholesterol levels checked by your Family Doctor over a dozen times. Has your doctor ever told you that your cholesterol levels are elevated, but not ‘too elevated’ for medication?

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  • Protein Options for Improved Digestion

    Posted on Tue, 15 May 2018 by Dr. Negin Misaghi, ND 0 Comments

    A common situation faced by patients in my practice is the struggle to find a quick protein shake that meets all of our essential amino acid requirements, with clean quality ingredients that doesn’t contribute to their food sensitivities.

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  • Digestive Health - Let’s talk about Constipation!

    Posted on Wed, 09 May 2018 by Michael J. E. Greff, MD 1 Comments

    Constipation happens when we experience hard to pass or infrequent bowel movements, hard or lumpy stools, or when our bowel movements leave us with the feeling of being incomplete. Irregular or difficult bowel habits can be uncomfortable, disruptive....

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  • Science’s Power Plant? Engaging the Public on Consumption, Questions & the Role of Cannabis

    Posted on Fri, 09 Mar 2018 by Dr. Janaki Iyer (PhD) 0 Comments

    We need to build a foundation of information from adequately controlled studies on dosages, forms of products, the effects of cannabis use in the presence of other conditions (such as asthma or pregnancy) and effects of self-medication.

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  • Digestive Health - Finding Better Balance

    Posted on Fri, 09 Mar 2018 by Dr. Mal Evans PhD 0 Comments

    Slow digestion can be uncomfortable, leaving many of us feeling bloated, gassy and fatigued. Not only do irregular bowel habits disrupt our daily routine, but constipation is a symptom reported by approximately 38% of the Canadian population.

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  • Ready, Set, Go! – Flu Season Strategies for Endurance Training

    Posted on Thu, 25 Jan 2018 by Dr. Mal Evans 0 Comments

    Whether you’re training for a marathon, triathlon, long distance cycling or exercising daily at a high level the impact of physical activity on your body’s immune system and its function can be significant.

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  • Digestive Health: Benefits of Achieving Microbiome Balance

    Posted on Thu, 11 Jan 2018 by Dr. Mal Evans 1 Comments

    In research we are examining digestive health and how to boost the natural production of good bacteria in the gut to enhance digestion, improve bowel regularity and maximize intestinal health

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  • Maintaining Muscle Health with Age - The Power of Pomegranate

    Posted on Fri, 01 Dec 2017 by Mal Evans PhD 1 Comments

    If you are over the age of 40 you might not be aware of an important fact: the amount of muscle you have in your body at 55 years old does not increase and may be in decline.

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  • Finally, A Weight Loss Solution for 2018!

    Posted on Mon, 18 Dec 2017 by Mal Evans PhD 0 Comments

    A weight loss study focused on solutions for achieving your goals in 2018

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  • How is your hair health?

    Posted on Thu, 12 Oct 2017 by Mal Evans PhD 0 Comments

    The way one’s hair looks and feels is often seen as a reflection of one’s own identity and personality.

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  • Did you know that maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria in your gut also protects your heart?

    Posted on Thu, 28 Sep 2017 by Mohammed Marzuk 0 Comments

    What you might be less aware of is how state of the art heart health research is being lifted by the rising tide of probiotics study.

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  • Why should you consider participating in a clinical trial?

    Posted on Fri, 08 Sep 2017 by Mal Evans PhD 0 Comments

    Clinical research studies are at the heart of all medical advances. Clinical trials in natural products offer hope for many conditions...

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