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10:00 am

How To Stop Caving To Your Cravings!

Cookies and ice cream and chips – oh my! I don't know about you, but temptation seems to be everywhere. We all know that we need to cut back on the amount of junk and processed food we eat. But knowing and doing are two completely different things! Read More

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2:40 pm

Three tips for your next road trip!

Hubby and I went on a road trip a couple of weeks ago. Many people have a hard time sticking to their healthy habits when away from home, so here are a few tips that you can use the next time you’re travelling. Read More

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5:59 pm

Is your body sending warning signals?

Our bodies send us signals all the time. When we go too long without eating, our tummies rumble, we feel tired and sometimes even hangry. Read More

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9:30 am

What does it mean to eat clean?

Up until the last 50 years or so, humans were generally well and able to stay healthy long before anyone knew what a calorie was. How did they do it without knowing what an antioxidant is, or how many fat grams was in their lunch? Read More

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4:22 pm

What Are Therapeutic Diets?

Many people know that it's a good idea to eat better, but they have a hard time putting it into practice. However, more and more people are starting to realize that the food they’re eating is making them sick. If that’s true, doesn’t it stand to reason that food can also be used to help heal the body? Read More

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7:51 am

Spring 2016 Detox - Part 2: Trusting My Instincts

The most important thing I’ve learned over the past few years on my healing journey is to listen to my body and trust my instincts. When I first found out about this detox program, I truly believed it would help me get back on track after a period of being less vigilant about my food choices as I should be. Read More

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11:04 am

Life Without Gluten - A Celiac Story

May is Celiac Awareness month. My youngest daughter (who is now 14) was diagnosed with Celiac just before her second birthday. Adjusting to a gluten-free diet is not as difficult as it may seem at first, but it's definitely much easier now than it was 12 years ago! Read More

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2:24 pm

The Cost Of Convenience - Is It Worth The Price?

Over the past several decades, society has demanded products that make life easier. Some of these inventions have been a huge success while some of the things that came along that were supposed to improve our lives have actually caused more harm than good. Read More

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9:58 am

5 Things You Need To Know If You Have IBS - That You Likely Won't Hear From Your Doctor

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can be annoying at best, and very painful at worst. If you experience any of the effects (constipation, diarrhea, bloating, cramping, pain) you know what I mean. I’ve suffered with IBS since I was a young child, and have been waiting almost two and a half years to see a GI specialist here in Nova Scotia. Thankfully, I decided to learn all I could to help manage my symptoms while I was waiting! Read More

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2:13 pm

5 Things You Should Know About Counting Calories

Counting calories is not a productive use of your time – you have much better things to do. Read a book, go for a walk, spend quality time with your family, or simply relax – something that seems to be a lost art! I used to drive myself crazy counting calories (and points). I finally learned how to eat without worrying about calories. Here are five things I wish someone had told me. Read More

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