Category Archives: Health Tips


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Dec 2019

Winter Cold and Flu Podcast

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Dr. Jason Loken on Inspire Health Podcast where we discuss how you and your family can stay healthy and well this winter season. Access the podcast HERE on Apple iTunes


28

Oct 2019

The Tabata 4 min. Workout

Last fall I told you about Zach Bush’s 4 min. work out. This easy routine can be done anywhere at any time. Another potent 4 min. workout for those who have a basic level of fitness is called “The Tabata Set” named after Izumi Tabata—the  researcher who developed the protocol. While short in duration, it is very demanding aerobically and anaerobically and has shown to…

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28

Oct 2019

Zapped by Time Urgency?

We’re all in a hurry. At least that’s what it seems like these days. Everything moves faster—emails, news cycles, fitting everything in all in one day. It can be hard to keep up. The trouble is that this sense of Time Urgency is a major stressor in today’s society and is creating a constant gradual drain on our health and vitality. It’s a real thing….

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30

Jan 2019

What’s in Your Honey and Olive Oil?

We all rely on the quality of our food to keep us healthy. As a consumer, it’s important for us to be able to trust that the foods we buy are what they say they are. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for some things on the shelf. Honey and olive oil are two foods that are notorious for being diluted or cut with other inferior…

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20

Nov 2018

Are You Missing Micronutrients?

Before you reach for the supplement bottle, make sure you have your bases covered with these powerhouse foods to cover your most important nutrients. They contain significant amounts of the most common nutrients that people are deficient in as well as a spectrum of other nutrients such as potassium, sulphur, and fiber. There are many other foods that also contain these nutrients, but the ones…

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07

Feb 2018

Pain Relief – Addressing “Causes”

In the clinic people often ask me what is causing their pain. My answer is always the same—it stems from many sources. In fact, I don’t like the word “cause” as it implies a very narrow view of looking at the issue. I prefer the phrase “associated factors” opposed to “causes” as this holds a more holistic view of the deep interconnection between all your…

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20

Dec 2017

Rattling Coughs and Runny Noses

I love simple effective remedies. For any mucousy respiratory problem such as a runny nose or rattling cough, try this: Chop ½ of an onion, place in a dish in your room and keep the door partly closed. The vapours from the onion will fill the room along with your sinuses and respiratory tract helping them open while reducing mucous production. This remedy is perfect for infants and…

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25

Nov 2017

De-Stress with Tulsi Tea

Also known as Holy Basil, this tea is popular in India and has many health benefits. It not only has a calming quality to the body/mind, but also acts as an adaptogen—a class of herbs that help the body adapt to physical and mental stress. Adaptogens build energy reserves and balance your stress hormones allowing you to deal with situations in a more calm and easy…

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20

Oct 2017

Adrenaline – The Stress Hormone

A few weeks ago I was in Colorado fine tuning some nutritional testing approaches which have been very beneficial for patients. People’s needs are so individualized it can take some detective work to develop the most suitable program for them, but that’s what we’re here for—to give you the best recommendations to achieve your health goals and help you feel your best. One of the focuses of…

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21

Sep 2017

Fall Season Health Tips

According to Chinese medicine, the fall is a time to prepare for winter—to let go of excesses but also to foster optimism and tuck it away along with the harvest. As you say goodbye to the warm weather, you might feel a bit melancholic. A good way to transition easily is to conserve your energy—go to bed earlier and get up earlier. It’s also a…

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