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  • Naturopathic Support for NICU Families

    Posted on: November 5th, 2015

    Posted in: Immune Support     NICU     Pain management     Women's Health    

    Without choosing it, and without knowing much about it until I knew too much about it, I have been given the opportunity to use naturopathic medicine to support families whose universe now centres around a tiny bundle in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). I met amazing, strong, and resilient people while in the NICU


  • Osteoporosis: Beyond Calcium

    Posted on: February 19th, 2014

    Posted in: Aging     Lifestyle counseling     Men's Health     Women's Health    

    Osteoporosis is due to many factors and as such, there are many factors to consider in preventing it! Bone is living, dynamic tissue that is constantly breaking down and rebuilding.  It is the balance, or the ratio between the removal of old bone tissue and the laying down of new bone tissue that determines the


  • A Comprehensive Approach to Weight Management

    Posted on: December 8th, 2012

    Posted in: Aging     Detoxification     Digestion     Energy and Fatigue     Men's Health     Weight loss     Women's Health    

    The old thinking is that weight balance is a simple case of calories in and calories out.  But research shows that that just isn’t the case.  Those struggling with excess weight are not simply lazy or gluttonous (well, some might be but then so are some slim people!).  Not everyone is built to look like


  • Menopause: From Rose to Rosehip

    Posted on: August 15th, 2011

    Posted in: Aging     Women's Health    

    I’ve met women who barely noticed “the change” of menopause and those for whom life became a misery for years.  It seems that there are as many different presentations of menopause as there are women! There are some common symptoms that can become sufficiently uncomfortable as to drive a woman into a doctor’s office for help.