Posts Tagged: Erin Wiley

Top 6 Reasons WHY You Are “Soooooo Tired”

November 10, 2014

By Dr Erin Wiley, ND Tired? You are not alone, the vast majority of clients I see in practice either generally want more energy, or are exhausted and struggling to understand why. Most people reach for a coffee or sugary snack as a solution to their energy crisis on a daily basis. Despite that fact, […]

Pumpkin Pancakes

October 09, 2014

By Dr Erin Wiley, ND Fall is the perfect time of year to make these pancakes for a fun family breakfast. While I am normally a fan of the low-carb breakfast, everyone needs to have some variety once in a while. Thanks to the ground flax seed, cinnamon and pumpkin puree, these pancakes are better […]

Medihoney: The little miracle in your summer first aid kit!

August 25, 2014

By Dr Erin Wiley, ND The cottage season is my favourite time of year. Traditionally my friends and family gather together to celebrate. The cottage is packed and teeming with excitement. We play hard, eat well and generally enjoy the company and the beautiful scenery. It is also a place where mishaps are bound to […]

Dr. Wiley’s Power Breakfast

June 16, 2014

By Erin Wiley ND There is nothing better than starting your day off on the right foot. Busy people with busy mornings can have a simple breakfast that will fuel the day and fight disease! Here is my favourite combo that is both husband and Baby-B approved! Paleo Breakfast Muffins These delicious little muffins make […]

Lost Your Libido?

February 24, 2014

By Erin Wiley ND Like your car keys, you may not remember the last time you saw your libido, or exactly where you left it, but when your libido is missing, you can’t get very far without it! Our sex drive is an important part of our overall health and well-being. For many of us, […]

Promoting Male Fertility: Information for the Architects of Future Generations

January 31, 2014

By Erin Wiley ND Far too often in our society fertility is more commonly considered a female responsibility. When couples are trying to conceive, women are more likely to seek medical attention than their male partners. This scenario can be problematic since the health of both the sperm and the egg are vital to healthy […]

Brain on Fire Part IV- Repairing the Damage Caused by Inflammation

January 13, 2014

By Dr. Erin Wiley, ND If you missed the earlier installments of  the “Brain on Fire” series by Dr. Wiley, check them out on the BLOG! We live in an environment that promotes inflammation. Even after we do our best to decrease our exposures to the causes of inflammation, tissue damage may occur and repair […]

Brain on Fire Part III – Daily Supplements That Reduce Inflammation

December 23, 2013

By Dr. Erin Wiley, ND Stay tuned to the BLOG for part four in the “Brain on Fire” series by Dr. Wiley! Fish oil has had a long track record of good evidence supporting its ability to decrease inflammation, influence mood and support mental health. The active nutrients in fish oil are Omega -3 Fatty […]

Brain on Fire Part II – Lifestyle Modification; Nutrition, Exercise and Stress Reduction as Powerful Tools Against Inflammation

November 18, 2013

By Dr. Erin Wiley, ND Stay tuned to the BLOG for parts three and four in this “Brain on Fire” series by Dr. Wiley! Our environment is largely responsible for the degree to which we experience inflammation. The high carbohydrate diet, which is high in saturated fats and low in nutrient dense foods such as […]

Intravenous Micronutrient Therapy

October 21, 2013

By Dr. Lisa Watson ND As Naturopathic Doctors we are entrusted by our patients to encourage their body to function optimally and support the natural healing capacities of the body.  We do this through the use of various natural therapies – dietary changes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, botanical medicines, homeopathic remedies and acupuncture and manual […]