For many people, this time of year can mean Christmas party after family dinner after holiday brunch… Which can often mean lots of rich food, appetizers and sweet treats. Not to mention the booze!
While adding an extra serving of veggies to your diet is going to be beneficial most of the time, modifying that serving to be organic is just another step up the ladder of great health.
This pear shaped winter squash is easily found at the grocery store this time of year. While the outside is a creamy beige colour, the inside is a vibrant orange.
Candida is a bacteria that everyone has in their intestines, though it’s problematic when there is too much of it: an overgrowth. Candida feeds on sugar, which includes alcohol & grain products in addition to the sweet stuff.
Chances are you’ve got this versatile pantry staple in your own kitchen. Chili? Soups? Casseroles? Curries? I’d wager there’s also a good chance that the cans those little red gems are housed in contain the endocrine disruptor BPA: Bisphenol-A.
Cauliflower varieties are available in a variety of colors aside from the standard white. While you’re not too likely to find any of the fun colors in the grocery store, you might have more luck at our local farmers market.
Perhaps you’ve heard the term before, but you’re confused about what it means. Maybe you imagine a bloated belly dripping fluid unbeknownst to the individual? Here’s a Leaky Gut 101!
Don’t feel bad if you haven’t- you’re not alone! The original Squatty Potty toilet stool brings the knees up above the hips in order to relax the puborectalis muscle. This is the one that keeps things in while we’re going about our day to day tasks.
The pink ribbon indicative of supporting “the fight against breast cancer” is probably one of the most recognizable health related symbols out there today. It’s on kitchen appliances, rubber duckies, batteries, pens, bags, hats and so so many t-shirts.
These little cabbages are often a source of heated debate: largely a love it or hate it food. Popular for Thanksgiving & other holiday meals, Brussels sprouts are a part of the cruciferous family of veggies which sport a generous dosage of anti-cancer sulphoraphane.