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Intravenous vitamin treatments are becoming very trendy. Drip clinics are popping up in big cities to boost energy, help with detox and hydrate athletes. Another use for IV vitamin therapy has been with ascorbic acid (vitamin C) at high doses for supporting patients with cancer.  The idea that something so widely accepted as healthy could…

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If you’re anything like me, at the end of a long and hectic work day, getting into bed is the best part. It’s the moment when I know I’ve conquered all that has come my way (to the best of my ability), and I can finally lay down and relax. But, relaxing is not quite…

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Canadian Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines In 2013 the Canadian Task Force for Preventive Health Care changed the cervical screening guidelines and causing confusion for women across the country. We have changed from a system where women began annual Pap tests between 18-20 years old to beginning at 25 and only testing every 3 years. The…

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In the interest of treating people from the root cause of disease, having a complete assessment is critical. When I ask if my patients have had their thyroid tested, they usually don’t entirely know what that entails. This list will help you understand the ins and outs of a FULL thyroid panel! TSH – Thyroid Stimulating…

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Cupping therapy might be trendy now, but it’s not new! Last years Olympics shone a light on this ancient treatment – an element of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Everyone was wondering, “What are the purple dots on Michael Phelps?”. Cupping is a healing method intended to stimulate blood flow and lift the skin from the muscle.…

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There are lots of ways to support healthy thyroid function with medications and supplements, but did you know your diet can impact how well this gland works? By consuming a whole foods and a diversified diet you are well on your way, but some foods that fall into the healthy category can actually decrease circulating…

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So Groundhog Day 2017 is behind us and it looks like we are in for another 6 weeks of winter. Everyone around me seems to be catching that cold that is going around and I have moments where I think it’s only a matter of time before I succumb. I think we all have at…

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Starting in the fall and throughout the winter, one of my favourite things to have on hand for nourishing meals on cold days is soup. This recipe is quick and easy! It took me approximately 20 minutes to get everything into the pot. You leave it to simmer for about half an hour, blend and dinner…

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