Posts Tagged: Naturopathic Medicine

Self Love

February 22, 2016

  Dr. Lisa Watson delivers health care that supports balanced and attainable health at all ages and stages of life. Of primary importance is health care that nurtures the body, mind, spirit, family and community.  As a Naturopathic Doctor and mother, Lisa believes that health care and a healthy lifestyle are intrinsically linked and that […]

Food Confidence: Food Sensitivity Testing in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

January 25, 2016

By Dr Lisa Watson, Naturopathic Doctor One of the most common medical diagnoses in modern days, is irritable bowel syndrome. Canada has the dubious distinction of having one of the highest rates of IBS in the world with over 5 million Canadians suffering with this condition. Despite the high rates of IBS in Canada, many […]

Catapult Your Confidence

January 18, 2016

By Dr. Jen Newell, Naturopathic Doctor We’ve all seen the recent Kelloggs commercial – “97% of women have an ‘I hate my body’ moment every single day.” This is a powerful statement and a sad reality. How often have you looked in a mirror or caught a glimpse of yourself and fell victim to those […]

Cultivate Happiness with a Beginner’s Mind?

December 28, 2015

By Dr. Erin Wiley – Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few” ~Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind: Informal Talks on Zen Meditation and Practice The start of a new year is around the corner and many of us might be anticipating a […]

DECISIONS, DECISIONS….

December 14, 2015

By Paul Overy I am a grateful survivor of a rare form of thyroid cancer. It’s hard to say how likely this outcome was at the outset, but I do know it was challenging to make the choices required of me along the way from the time of diagnosis…and to create choices for myself when […]

Men’s Skincare 101 – 10 Tips for Clearer, Younger-Looking Skin

November 16, 2015

By Dr. Jen Newell   I am beginning to see more and more men in my office looking for support to improve their skin. It is becoming much more common for men to be looking for a protocol to ensure their skin is healthy and clear. Nope to Bar Soap Investing in a proper cleanser […]

Multi-Tasking: Bad for your Brain

November 02, 2015

By Dr. Marc Bubbs Naturopathic Doctor Today, most people struggle to find enough time their lives. You can probably relate. Your days are most likely jammed packed with meetings, sales targets, family responsibilities, kids; the list goes on and on. Trying to find time to exercise, eat well, or simply relax can seem impossible. This […]

Five Key Nutrients for Headaches

January 26, 2015

by Dr Lisa Watson, ND Almost half of all adults suffer from headaches and the mental, emotional and physical impacts of headaches are often under recognized and under-treated by medical professionals. The majority (90%) of headaches are vascular or tension-type, or a mixture of the two. Vascular headaches include both migraines and cluster headaches. The […]

4 Reasons Your Thyroid May Contributing to Infertility

January 19, 2015

By Dr Jen Newell, ND Since my recent experience at the Restorative Medicine conference in Santa Fe, I have been seeing more and more professional women at my office suffering from the symptoms associated with low thyroid function. These driven, successful women are most often concerned about of fatigue, increased body fat (especially around their […]

Eight Benefits of Hula Hooping

January 12, 2015

Dr Lisa Watson, ND Exercise crazes come and go. One year you are sweating to the oldies, the next you are Zumba dancing your heart out. You may have tried kick boxing, tae bo, the ab roller, or even the thigh master. But have you tried hula hooping? Hula hooping began as a child’s toy […]