Dr. Jilan Koch’s Blog

Your Naturopath's guide to a healthier lifestyle

After the long winter months, the long days and warm nights usually mean that it's time to BBQ! We wait patiently and enjoy every aspect of it, whether in our very own backyards or while away camping. Not only do I love eating BBQ'd dinners, but...

I'm not sure what inspired this, but the kids and I decided to make a Hawaiian meal. Everyone got excited and I mean really excited! We wore lays around our neck, created banners and listened to Luau music. It was quite the party!!! Chicken Marinade (Allow...

Are you suffering from Adrenal fatigue? Are you suffering from prolonged stress, fatigue, nervousness, palpitations, tight muscles/headaches, irregular periods and sugary or salty food cravings? You may have adrenal fatigue and if so, you are not alone. What I can do for you I work with ambitious women who...

Are you experiencing fatigue, hair loss, brain fog, blood sugar imbalances, weakness, lightheaded, hormone imbalances, weight gain or craving salty or sugary foods? You may have adrenal fatigue! This breakfast is a surefire way to support your adrenal glands, by keeping you calm and supporting...

As we approach father’s day, I always start to think about the relationship between dads and their kids. During the month of June, we  recognize dads in a positive light are ready to celebrate them. Unfortunately, this message is often different through the rest of...

  Ready to start your day, deliciously??? These 4-ingredient, high-fibre, low-carb pancakes are the perfect way to get your energy up and keep you going all morning!!! The best part is that they are super easy to make! Ingredients: 3 eggs 2 tbsp chia seeds 2 heaping tbsp almond flour Butter, ghee...

Are you still trying to figure out what to get dad for Father's Day this year? No need to stress, we are here to help!!! We've got the top 5 Father's Day gifts to keep dad healthy. #1- A good Quality Multivitamin Dads do a lot to contribute...

  It's funny how we can grow up, eat cultural foods and have no idea how healthy they truly are. My parents are both Palestinian. My diet growing up was filled with hummus, rice, veggie stews (spinach, cabbage, okra, artichoke), pita, lentils, tabouli, homemade yogurt and...

AIP Ketchup? Sounds impossible, but it's not, as long as you like beets or are open to trying to new things. This Ketchup is great for someone following the autoimmune paleo protocol or if you are sensitive to tomatoes, nightshades or acidic foods. This was...

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