I’m so proud to be able to say that, in collaboration with the American Institute For Cancer Research (AICR), I’ve put together a comprehensive article exploring all of the unique anti-cancer compounds and properties inherent to my favourite vegetable – kale. For those that may not be aware, kale is

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I’m a very proud dietitian today as my wonderful research intern Kasia Wyrebek and writing intern Kathryn Durston combined to great effect to bring to life today’s article, which I’ve reviewed for scientific integrity and a few minor flow edits of course. Today’s article takes a look at some of

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Those who know me will know by now that I absolutely love exploring the science and nuance behind novel food products so when tea seed oil producer Yóu Yóu offered me an opportunity for an evidence-based collaboration, I simply could not refuse. I can tell you that the topic of

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Ashwagandha, also referred to as Withania somnifera, is a plant species that is perhaps best known for its use as herbal remedy in Ayuverdic medicine. It’s something that has been on my radar for a while and certainly has come up in conversation over the years in various capacities. One

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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 rosacea symptom is recurrent facial flushing concentrated in the center of the face, and as it worsens, a person may also

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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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