Posts Tagged: Flu

Immuni-Tea: Strengthen your Immune System

October 14, 2014

By Dr. Lisa Watson, ND The evolution of the immune boosting Immuni-Tea started when my eldest son (now seven!) began daycare at just over a year old. All moms know that once your child starts daycare they are bound to bring home all kinds of illnesses! I wanted to do everything I could to prevent […]

Boost Your Immunity This Winter

November 11, 2013

By Dr. Marc Bubbs ND As the seasons change your immune system starts working overtime to keep you healthy. Whether you are training for a marathon, a 5k run, or simply logging long hours at work your immune system can take a hit.  Be pro-active this fall by measuring your vitamin D levels and using […]

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 […]

The Astounding Medicinal Properties of…Chicken Soup

February 25, 2013

By Dr. Lisa Watson ND We are deep into another Canadian cold and flu season and everyone is looking for ways to feel better.  Well look no further than your pantry, the cure you’re looking for may be chicken soup. With over 100 different viruses that can cause the common cold it’s not surprising that […]

Cold and Flu Prevention – It’s a Family Affair!

January 14, 2013

By Dr. Erin Wiley Winter has set in and this year’s cold and flu season seems stronger than ever! This influx has prompted many parents to think about how to prevent the cycle of colds  that can run through the household. Small children do not have a fully developed immune system, therefore it is quite common […]

A Change of Season Soup!

September 29, 2012

It’s starting… you notice it in the crisp morning air and the early darkness when you come home from work. Fall is setting in, and it is one of my favourite seasons. The Fall season also means more clients with colds or the flu in our Naturopathic practice. Seasonal change is a transition for our […]