I’m so thrilled today to be sharing the work of two of my Kaleigraphy writing clients Mary and Hannah both of whom are maternal-focused dietitians dedicated to various aspects of family nutrition. I’m confident you will enjoy their work, provided below.     What Is Kaleigraphy? Curious about what your

Read more

Carnitine is a group of related compounds naturally produced by the human body that have a role in energy production, metabolism and other vital cellular functions particularly related to the mitochodria. In my recent piece on supplements for hypothyroidism, I referenced an experimental study demonstrating that L-Carnitine (one form of

Read more

Having spent a great deal of time recently researching and writing on all things nutrition for PCOS, I’ve ultimately decided to put all of my best PCOS content in one place in order to make it easier to access. Each of the blog posts below will offer unique insights into

Read more

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

Read more

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

Read more

One of the major things I learned during the course of writing and sharing my most recent article on endometriosis is that there seems to be a level of feeling within that community that perhaps the role of alternative management solutions is not given enough attention. While we can’t say

Read more

Endometriosis is an inflammatory ailment characterized by the growth of tissue that is similar to that which lines the uterus starts to also grow outside of the uterus. Those living with endometriosis may experience chronic pain in the pelvic region and abnormal pain during their periods and/or during sexual intercourse.

Read more