• Blog,  Exercise,  gratitude,  gut health,  happiness,  nature

    Are You as Happy as You Want to Be?

    Are you happy? It might be a simple question, but for many people, happiness feels like an impossible goal to reach. In fact, studies show that only about one in three people consistently identify as “happy.” If that seems a bit depressing, rest easy. The steps to living a happier life are easier than you think. And no, those steps don’t involve winning the lottery. Believe it or not, most lottery winners have the same level of happiness they had…

  • Blog,  gut health,  Nutrition

    What Does Your Poop Say About Your Health?

    Let’s chat about your bowel movements. Did you just cringe a bit? Let’s face it, poop isn’t anybody’s favourite topic. Nonetheless, our bowel movements hold valuable clues to our overall health. But these signs are often ignored because most of us are a bit uncomfortable talking about them – even to our healthcare providers. Your Appointment is a Judgement-Free Zone Keep in mind that your healthcare practitioner will not be shocked or uncomfortable if you talk about your poop. In…

  • Blog,  gut health,  Stress Management,  sugar,  Thyroid Health,  Weight Loss

    Thyroid Disorders: How to Reduce Your Risk

    Your thyroid is your body’s powerhouse. Your energy levels, metabolism, and heart rate are all controlled by this small, butterfly-shaped gland. Without enough thyroid hormone, your mitochondria aren’t able to produce the energy that your cells need for optimum performance. At the other end of the spectrum, your body can go into “overdrive” if it produces too much thyroid hormone. Thyroid Issues are More Common Than you Think With so much at stake with regards to your overall health, maintaining…

  • Blog,  candida,  Detox,  gut health,  Nutrition

    Candida : Are You Experiencing Yeast Overgrowth?

    White coating on your tongue, mysterious skin rashes, bloating, constipation and you’re always ready to eat something sweet? You could be suffering from Candida overgrowth. What is Candida Albicans? Candida albicans is the most common kind of yeast that co-exists with humans. Under optimal conditions, candida plays a valuable role in our digestive systems, since we need small amounts of candida in our mouths and throughout our digestive system in order to fully digest our food. However, as anyone who’s…