Your Guide to Itchy, Red Childhood Rashes

Melissa Bingeman Uncategorised

Watch this video for the top products you should keep in your medicine cabinet and First Aid Kit for summer time rashes, sunburns and bug bites! Most infants and children will experience a skin rash at some point early on in their lives.  When my son Hudson was born, he required antibiotics and as a consequence, suffered a persistent diaper …

Squeaky Clean!

Jamie Bell Uncategorised

Have you heard of colon cleansing before but had no idea how it can help you? (If you haven’t, where have you been?! Just kidding, you can scroll down to the ‘bottom’ of this post for some links.) If the idea of a coffee enema turns your stomach and sounds too “Gwyneth Paltrow” for you, I agree! I personally like my …

Magic Magnesium – the secret of how it works!

Marisol Teijeiro Uncategorised

Magnesium is required in many functions in the human body. In fact it’s known as the “Master Relaxer” because of its calming effects on multiple systems in the body. Magnesium relaxes our nervous systems, cardiovascular systems, muscles and bowels. In addition to this calming effect, it is involved in over 300 biochemical reactions in our bodies and thus there is …

Channeling your inner Warrior

Jamie Bell Uncategorised

Three weeks ago I had to “sit deep into my Warrior” – a term commonly used in yoga classes to instruct students to push past the burn in their legs and use every muscle in their body to hold a strong posture. I remembered those words because it was a very emotional time for my family. Our youngest daughter, Amarah, was …

The Burn in your Belly: Take the HCl Challenge!

Jamie Bell Uncategorised

Recently I’ve had an influx of patients with symptoms of low stomach acid. The funny thing is …these patients have often never heard of such a thing….or have even been medicated for years with prescription antacids for having HIGH stomach acid. So…which is it? High or low stomach acid that causes this gamut of digestive complaints we see so often. …

My Labour of Love: 8 Tips for Early Motherhood

Melissa Bingeman Uncategorised

Here we are in Hudson’s 3rd month in this world and I am grateful to have a moment to sit down and reflect.  These months have been some of the most joyous and most challenging of my life.  Hudson has brought me happiness that I didn’t understand before having a child.  My husband and I can literally watch him smile, …

Scientific Proof the Zombie Apocalypse is here!

Marisol Teijeiro Uncategorised

The newest advances in Genetic modification could be the spark to start that fire. As I’ve been working on the referencing for my upcoming book, The D-Spot, I stumbled upon some very interesting research. Everyone is fearful of something, if you’ve been following my blogs, you know I was fearful of skiing, which I conquered over March Break. Another one …

Paint it Red! Happy Canada Day!

Jamie Bell Uncategorised

May you live to be 150! Traditionally the birthday song in my culture says “happy birthday…may you live to be a hundred” …let’s take after our beautiful country and wish for a 150 instead! If you’re drinking this weekend, enjoy our favourite – Pinot Noir – to keep young and healthy to 150! Pinot Noir is chalk full of antioxidants …

Balasanas – Child’s Pose

Jamie Bell Uncategorised

If you are anything like me and practice yoga on a frequent basis you can likely relate when I say that Child’s Pose brings your mind and body back into a state of relaxation after doing a tough power or strengthening flow. Child’s pose is a beginner’s yoga pose that is commonly used for resting between more challenging postures during …

5 Ways to Dump the Trump and Find Your Inner Buddha

Marisol Teijeiro Uncategorised

Be Understanding, have no expectations. Be non Judgemental, loving and most of all be kind. That’s easy for Buddha to say, he never got beat up. When you’re in a relationship that is not exactly the way you want it to be, how do you maintain your inner Buddha and keep the part of your mind that acts like Donald Trump …