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Have you heard about Intermittent Fasting?  Why do people do it?  Is it for you?   I have been practicing this off and on for a while now and if I am writing a blog post about it, you know I support it!  My intention is...

Are you in need of an allergy friendly dessert this holiday season? Well, I have one for you! It's gluten, dairy, nut and egg free. Rest assured it is not free from flavour. We recently discovered that my son is (once again) not good with dairy...

There is something so magical about Christmas morning. My kids wake earlier than their already early wake up time, full of excitement and ready for the magic that the day will bring. They plead and beg to open their stockings before breakfast is made, so...

I was speaking with a friend, who’s son recently started University. He was telling me how he encouraged his son to get a job, as most of us had done when we were students. As it turns out, working while in school is no longer...

What is a migraine? Migraines are a type of severe headache disorder. They can come on slowly or abruptly and can last an average of 4-72 hours. Migraines follow certain stages. The first is the warning phase, in which a person may feel irritable, loss of appetite...

Spring is in the air and so is pollen! Allergies are a response that your body can have to a variety of antigens, something that triggers your immune system. These can include pollen, house and dust mites, pets and farm animals, venom from insect bites and...

It's officially spring! I love the change of season (especially this one) because it reminds us that not all change is hard or bad! It's a great time to break out more raw veggies, try new recipes and enjoy! I had so much fun with...

For many, there is much to celebrate in December Festivities such as Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa become top of mind. Shining candles, brilliant lights and music about peace and joy surround us, attempting to permeate every cell in our body. But what if finding joy during...

The Winter Blues are very common, especially here in Ontario. Starting as early as November, the winter blues (or Seasonal Affective Disorder) seem to settle in with the shorter days and cloudy, damp weather. For some, it's slow and less obvious, but other it's fast and...

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