Alongside nutrition and exercise, sleep is arguably the third, and most commonly disregarded, pillar of good health. The quality and length of our sleep, as well as our sleep patterns and sleep hygiene, have a profound effect on our overall health and well being.
Finally, a warm day – a day that invites you into the garden to reacquaint yourself with old friends, plants that have survived the long harsh winter, showing their resilience by pushing up through the soil to say hello to a new Spring.
Slipping gradually into a state of overwhelm is becoming all too common today. As we try to navigate each of the tasks we must perform to get through each day, each week, each month, it is easy to forget to breathe, forget to stop just for a moment and recalibrate.
All the minerals needed by the human body originated in the earth’s crust and so are found somewhere in nature; iodine is found concentrated in the sea and around coastal areas. This is a result of the last ice age when iodine was leached...
Yesterday, part one of the much anticipated updated Canada Food Guide, 2019 was released. It was last updated in 2007 and much has changed since then. It is a significant departure from past versions of the Food Guide.
It is not just our elderly who are looking for wellness solutions to support longer, healthier lifespans, many younger people are looking to address longevity related health concerns in a proactive preventative manner.
Winter can be harsh on our skin, and existing skin conditions such as acne rosacea and eczema can become significantly worse. There are some simple measures you can take to reduce the impact of winter and protect your skin.