Naturopath

Nutritionist

Herbalist

Kinesiology (Touch for Health)

BHSc Qualified Health Professional

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March 19, 2017

Follow these 8 hints for Fabulous, healthy, glowing skin

1. MUNCH ON MIXED NUTS
Brazil nuts are rich in selenium, which increases skin elasticity and may decrease skin cancer, according to recent studies. Throw in walnuts, which are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids to lower inflammation and prevent breakouts. Adding some macadamias that are full of high quality oils and fatty acids will help aid the skin to repair and rejuvenate. 

2. DROP DAIRY FROM YOUR DIET 
Dairy products—even those that are organic—contain cow hormones that stimulate your oil glands and your pores, leading to acne. Beware of hidden dairy in foods like salad dressing, protein bars, and shakes. And if you have to go there, stick to skimmed milk. The hormones are concentrated in the fat, so it's your best option

3. GIVE YOUR SKIN RESERVATOL.
Resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant and polyphenol found in red grape skins, has been found to prevent the lines, wrinkles, and sagging caused by environmental skin saboteurs like smo...

March 13, 2017

Some of my patients favourite times in clinic is when I educate them about their body signs. Here is a glimpse of what Health Body signs may be telling you......

Many of us dismiss the little physical annoyances we live with daily — dark under-eye circles, peeling fingernails, perpetual bloating. We think of them as mere idiosyncrasies (“Oh, that’s just me . . . ”) or as the inevitable signs of aging. But what if these signs are the body’s way of letting us know something is amiss?

Although irregularities like brittle fingernails and skin discoloration aren’t necessarily harbingers of serious disease, they can clue you in to underlying imbalances that may eventually contribute to chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and cancer.

If people self-monitor and pay attention to their symptoms, it can open them up to subtle underlying health shifts. If you tend to ignore your body’s signals, you’re not alone. 

To learn how to start reading the signs of imbalance, he...

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