Have you ever visited my website to read a blog post and wondered what it might be like to work with me? Perhaps been curious about the different types of food-related problems I help people solve? Well, today’s article is for you. Yes, I could just direct you to the

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Today’s article is my fourth in a comprehensive series on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome which has previously included discussions on: Supplements For PCOS PCOS and Soy-based Foods Probiotics and PCOS Each of those articles can be accessed individually via this link. For this particular piece, I turn my attention specifically to

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Today represents the first in a multi-part exploration of the connection between diet, supplementation and migraine. Before we get to the good stuff I must note that today’s article is the direct result of the work of my research assistant Huda Fareed (research) and my Kaleigraphy writing intern Kat Durtson

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As I’m sure you guys know about me by now, I thoroughly enjoy novel areas of scientific inquiry within the world of nutrition and supplementation. That’s exactly why I was more than happy to accept the Florastor® invitation to write an evidence-based post about their probiotic range which contains the

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Rosacea is one of the most common inflammatory skin conditions, affecting approximately 5% of the adult population globally including millions of people across North America alone. The most prevalent symptom of rosacea is recurrent facial flushing concentrated in the center of the face, and as it worsens, a person may

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I have to start by apologizing for taking this long to write on a topic that is of great interest to my client base and the public at large – hypothyroidism. In 2018 the hypothyroid medication Synthroid (levothyroxine)  was, by a significant margin, the most dispensed medication in Canadian pharmacies. Health

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The impact of per-exercise carbohydrate intake on athletic performance has long been a hot topic of interest within the world of sports nutrition. Consuming the correct amount of carbohydrates before moderate to intense activity is an important performance consideration for most people, especially in light of the fact that carbohydrate

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I recently encountered a survey of 1,000+ dietitians conducted by Pollock Communications and Today’s Dietitian which essentially asked these dietitians what they deemed to be the most prominent nutrition trends of the coming year. I thought I’d use today’s post to identify those trends and, as the keen and savvy

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June 14th is acknowledged globally by 194 WHO Member states as World Blood Donor Day. A day dedicated to raising awareness around the importance of blood donation and the role it plays in saving lives across the globe and here at home. According to Health Canada data, over half of

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Inflammatory bowel disease, often referred to as IBD, is an umbrella term for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Crohn’s and colitis are diseases of the gastrointestinal system that are characterized by chronic inflammation and several additional layers of complexity that vary between them and the individual’s suffering from them. It’s

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