Posts Tagged: Immune support

Immune Food Shopping List

March 31, 2020

Grocery stores right now can be a bit intense to navigate, Dr. Tanner has put together a list of Immune boosting foods to help support your immune system. With some tips on how to incorporate each of these foods in your meals. Root Veggies Root vegetables have an extended shelf life in comparison to other […]

Runners – Are you Killing your Immune System?

November 29, 2018

Are you catching every cold that comes your way, yet determined to keep running?   Continue reading to learn how to Beat the Immune Battle. Exercise, particularly running longer distances or intense work outs, can be a stressor on your system. The recovery phase from intense exercise has shown lower levels of lymphocytes in the blood. […]

Athletes – Sick, tired and slow? You are only as strong as your immune system.

February 06, 2017

By: Jennifer Tanner, Naturopathic Doctor Your alarm clock buzzes and you press snooze…again. You miss another work out but don’t care because they haven’t been that good lately. You finally get up and realize your cough is still there. Argh, what’s going on? Poor performance, persistent fatigue, disturbed sleep, altered appetite / moods and frequent […]

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 […]

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 […]