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Coffee Confidential

Coffee Confidential  -2016-09-29

Dr. Nirat Nibber

Today is National Coffee Day, the story goes that coffee beans were originally discovered centuries ago in Ethiopia.

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Rules I Live by in the Kitchen: A Naturopath Explains

Rules I Live by in the Kitchen: A Naturopath Explains  -2015-10-14

Dr. O'Brien

Eating healthy can be complicated. What percentage of my caloric intake should be polyunsaturated fats? Is it linoleic acid that's good for me or alpha-linolenic acid? Which oil is best to cook with? It's easy to see why many people can become obsessive with their eating habits and lose their love of food.

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Introducing Veggie Softgels: A Superior Delivery System for the 21st Century

Introducing Veggie Softgels: A Superior Delivery System for the 21st Century  -2015-10-08

Dr. Nibber

When it comes to supplements, there is a variety to choose from including lozenges, liquids, tablets, capsules and powders and as a consumer, you likely want the best for your buck. While tablets and capsules are the traditional, more widely used agents and have a time and place in every supplement regime, there are alternative delivery systems that allow for better delivery of nutrients to the body and thus better efficacy. Softgels represent that superior delivery system.

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Mindfulness Meditation for Beginners: Part 2

Mindfulness Meditation for Beginners: Part 2  -2015-09-24

Jon Cornish

Welcome back to part 2 of my Meditation for Beginners blog post series! By now you might've found meditation to be a little difficult (or perhaps even boring!)

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5 Tips for a Healthy Back to School Season

5 Tips for a Healthy Back to School Season  -2015-09-16

Lacy Armstrong

As the school year is starting so do the routines and stresses that come along with early waking, after school sports and the return of dreaded homework (and more housework for the parents too). After a long summer of relaxation we could use an extra boost to get ours brains back into gear. The good news is that there are a number of dietary and simple nutrients options that can help with optimizing your focus, memory and stress reliance. Try these suggestions for yourself and with your kids to start the school year on the right foot.

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Glutathione: Harness the Most Potent Antioxidant in Your Body!

Glutathione: Harness the Most Potent Antioxidant in Your Body!  -2015-09-03

Lacy Armstrong

Glutathione is considered the most powerful endogenous antioxidant with a wide variety of functions in the body. It consists of three amino

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9 Natural Options for Heartburn Relief

9 Natural Options for Heartburn Relief  -2015-08-18

Dr. O'Brien

Heartburn is a common symptom that is often caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). GERD is essentially the medical term for "stomach acid improperly rising into the esophagus", which ultimately causes a burning sensation. This uncomfortable feeling of heartburn is one of the most common reasons for a visit to the doctor.

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Natural Ways to Heal Your Digestive Tract: Part 2

Natural Ways to Heal Your Digestive Tract: Part 2  -2015-08-04

Dr. Hrkal

Last time we discussed the effects of food sensitivities on digestive health. For part 2 I wanted to outline some of the key nutrients that

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A Brief Guide to Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion

A Brief Guide to Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion  -2015-07-28

Dr. O'Brien

Pharmaceutical drugs are not inherently bad. In many, many cases they improve the quality of life in those suffering from disease and they a

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Mindfulness Meditation for Beginners

Mindfulness Meditation for Beginners  -2015-07-24

Jon Cornish

There are many misconceptions about meditation. People might believe its just something Buddhists do, or that it's just sitting around doing

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FIVB World Tour: Tips for staying on top of your game while traveling

FIVB World Tour: Tips for staying on top of your game while traveling  -2015-07-16

Sarah Pavan

Being on the FIVB World Tour means a lot of travel. From the months of April-September, Heather and I spend most of our time playing in events around the globe, with at least one two-month long trip every season. We just got back from one of these 8-week-

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Sun Damage Protection: The Power of Curcumin

Sun Damage Protection: The Power of Curcumin  -2015-07-14

Justine Florence

Uses for curcumin, the primary active component in Turmeric, are numerous and include providing protection and healing benefits to the skin.

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