I continue to be amazed at how great I feel and how eating this way is not nearly as difficult as I had expected. Meal planning continues to be necessary and a priority. I am rarely hungry between meals and hardly feel the need to “snack”.
I first heard of the Whole30 eating plan from one of our customers who raved about it. At the time I quickly researched and decided it was too extreme for me. However, when my cousin posted on facebook that she was starting the program soon and was looking for people to join her
By Jason Sebeslav Dr. Zoltan Rona is a graduate of McGill University Medical School and has a Masters Degree in Biochemistry and Clinical Nutrition. He is the author of three Canadian bestselling health books, and the medical editor of the Benjamin Franklin Award-winning Encyclopedia of Natural Healing. Dr. Rona has had a private medical practice [...]
An Interview with Caroline Farquhar, RHN by Jason Sebeslav, Owner The Peanut Mill Natural Foods Market Caroline Farquhar, RHN, BA is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist specializing in digestive care and cleansing. She educates audiences through seminars, TV and radio appearances across the country on the topic of how to achieve better health naturally. Caroline is [...]
An interview with Purica's Jason Watkin By Jason Sebeslav Jason Watkin is the founder, CEO and lead formulator of Purica, one of Canada’s top independently owned health product brands. His background in Western sciences, infused with the teachings of Eastern medicine and philosophy, has led Jason down a remarkable path of personal and professional growth. [...]
Guest article by Dr Elie Klein, ND I’d like to share with you a recent article by Dr. Donald Miller, a heart Surgeon, which was just published in the journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. In this short, simple, yet comprehensive article, Dr. Miller provides extensive evidence that dispels the cholesterol / heart disease theory and [...]
Should doctors and other hospital staff be washing their hands with yogurt rather than antibacterial soap? This odd-sounding suggestion was part of a recent discussion paper by Professor Mark Spigelman of the UCL Centre for Infectious Diseases and International Health. In the paper, Spigelman questioned the current practice of using broad-spectrum antibacterial agents on hospital [...]
Here's a DIY Avocado & Spirulina Face Mask! The avocado hydrates the skin and locks in moisture, and the spirulina is antibacterial and full of antioxidants, so it can clear pores, reduce lines, and soften wrinkles. (Plus the lemon juice and apple cider vinegar to balance pH!) Ingredients: 1 large avocado 1/4 teaspoon of apple cider [...]