Posts Tagged: fall

3 Must Have Fall Recipes

October 22, 2018

Fall is here, and it’s so much more than pumpkin spice lattes, I promise you! Foods that are in season now are hearty, filling, and full of nutrients, which is especially important as flu season approaches. Here are 3 must-have fall recipes that will boost your immune system! 1. Five-Minute Pumpkin Chia Pudding Why it’s […]

Pumpkin Spice With Out The Nasty Side Effects.

November 30, 2016

By Aly Shoom, Nutritionist It’s a sure sign of the cooler weather when your favorite coffee shop starts serving pumpkin spice lattes (PSL’s). Unfortunately, although pumpkin can be healthy, these lattes are far from it! Starbuck’s PSL doesn’t actually contain any real pumpkin and is loaded with sugar – made of sugar, condensed milk, sweet […]

Acupuncture for Pain Management

October 16, 2016

  By Jonathan Handel Fall is here, and people are heading back to their regular schedules, whether that be work or school. For many, Summer with it’s time spent out of doors and active, is now being replaced by the more traditionally autumnal pursuit of sitting at a desk, and our bodies can already feel […]

It’s Fall and You Need to See Your Naturopathic Doctor!

September 21, 2015

Fall is the season when we see the greatest volume of clients who are most ready to invest in their health. Perhaps this is true because the summer has rejuvenated our spirits or because the fall is a season of new beginnings. Regardless of why we feel more ready to take action, we all have […]

Easing Into Fall

September 08, 2015

Let’s be honest. The initial transition from summer to fall can be really hard. I don’t know about you but fall always seems to do a sneak attack on me. One day, I’m out with my toes in the grass and the next, I’m yanking a jacket out of the closet lamenting the end of […]

5 Simple Steps for a Fresh Health Start

August 31, 2015

  By Dr. Shannon Vander Doelen, ND September is associated with back-to-school for the kids, which means both new books and new beginnings. I propose that we should all take advantage of this symbolic time of year to kick the bad habits of summer aside and focus on how we can give our health the […]

Fall Forward Recipe: Carrot Orange Soup

September 22, 2014

By Jesse Lane Schelew, BSc, CNP Carrot Orange Soup is a fresh and creamy soup that will warm you up on a chilly day. This soup is made with coconut milk which gives it a silky texture without any dairy. It also contains tangy orange juice and warming ginger. It makes a perfect pack and […]