• brain function,  Exercise,  gut health,  Stress Management,  Women's Health

    Lifestyle Changes to Help Fibromyalgia

    Many patients with fibromyalgia have come to us after facing many barriers when trying to relieve their symptoms, or even get a firm diagnosis. The lack of agreement on best practices for symptom relief makes this condition difficult to navigate, and the frustration is often made worse by the wide range of possible symptoms, often without a predictable pattern. Naturopathic Medicine has a lot to offer.  Fibromyalgia doesn’t have to hold you back, read on to learn about holistic approaches…

  • gut health,  Nutrition,  Stress Management,  Women's Health

    Top 10 Tips for Good Digestion

    “A good digestion turneth all to health.” George Herbert Good digestion is essential to our health – and our mood – and when it’s all working smoothly, we tend to take it for granted. It’s not until things go wrong that digestion moves to the forefront of our minds. If you are someone who suffers with digestive issues such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating, and nausea, you know that it can quickly become all we think about, affecting every moment…

  • Exercise,  Healthy Hormones,  Menopause,  Nutrition,  Sleep,  Stress Management,  sugar,  Women's Health

    Staying Balanced During Perimenopause: Five Steps for Success

    The scientific explanation of perimenopause sounds so simple: a gradual slowing down of reproductive hormones until menopause. The reality however, is that for many women the arrival of menopause isn’t a smooth, gliding descent but more of a turbulent landing complete with bumps, twists, and what can feel like the constant threat of a complete crash. That feeling is compounded by the timing, since perimenopause symptoms often begin at a particularly stressful time of life with mounting work and family…

  • allergies,  Immune System,  Nutrition,  Women's Health

    Natural Support for Seasonal Allergies

    You’ve been careful for over a year now. Social distancing is so ingrained in your consciousness that you do a double-take when you see old concert footage on TV. You’ve grown to appreciate the benefits of face masks (no need to worry if there’s a bit of spinach in your teeth, protection from the wind or that random pimple on your chin). Your bubble is airtight, and you’ve finally figured out the most flattering Zoom camera angle.  So why do…

  • candida,  gut health,  Nutrition,  Women's Health

    Bad Breath: What You Need to Know

    Been smelling your own breath lately with all the mask-wearing? The harsh realities of the odors coming from our mouths have come front and center these days. Tic Tacs, mints and chewing gum… can’t fix a true breath problem. While bad breath (also known as halitosis) isn’t often a symptom of disease per se, it can affect our overall well-being as well as our psychology, work life and relationships. So let’s look into why you (or someone you know) may…