Meditation programs are popping up across Canada – and for good reason. This centuries old practice, also known as mindfulness, is one of the best tools for our health, well-being,
The muscles that support our posture play a constant game of tug-of-war. We live in a forward facing world. Things like walking, holding a steering wheel or book, eating our
Making your own broth may sound like a chore but with a little forethought and planning, it can be a way to add flavour and nutrients to many dishes without
I started to write this article two hours ago. In between my concentration on writing this article, I have done many things: emails, phone calls, a meeting. I refreshed my
Posted on February 25th, 2016 Habits, we all have them. Some of mine help me thrive in life, such as exercising first thing every day, while others are not so
Posted on October 30th, 2015 Each change in season presents a new set of obstacles and challenges to overcome in order to keep on track with our exercise goals. Fall
Posted on October 2nd, 2015 As we learn more and more about the cancer-causing effects of some of the chemicals and substances we can be exposed to, we often focus
Posted on August 20th, 2015 Dan Gunn likens his decision to have a preventative duodenectomy and a colectomy to Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double-mastectomy. At the age of
Regardless of how you use them, a few petals can make the experience of eating both artful and nourishing.
Fuel to move. How proper nutrition and appropriate exercise make a powerful immune boosting team.