Monthly Archives: November 2015

 

The Great Canadian Breakfast

The definition of an ideal breakfast has had a pendulum swing in recent years. No longer do boxed cereals topped with fresh fruit get a rave review. There is now somewhat of a consensus that a breakfast laden in carbohydrates of any kind, whole grain, organic, or gluten-free will lead to a nose dive in […]
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Stop Carbo -Loading Before Endurance Events

Carbohydrate loading is a concept of eating excess carbohydrates to fuel endurance activity. It has long been promoted as essential to ward off fatigue and ‘bonking,” a sports term to mean depleting ones fuel sources and flooding with lactic acid. In my day in nutritional sciences, one would get a failing grade if countering the […]

Daily Detox: Part Three – Detoxing the Yard

Not only are cell membranes and the internal cellular system important to detox but the cell matrix, the yard that surrounds the cells is vital to keep clean as well. The extra cellular matrix is prone to damage from both toxins and disease. The cell matrix thickens and loses fluidity which slows the flow of […]
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Rethinking Your Medical Check-Up Results

Annual doctor visits routinely test your blood for biomarkers of cholesterol levels, liver enzymes, hormones, and blood pressure.  Over the years these were gradually added to the arsenal of preventative disease test kit.  Doctors are trained now to read blood profiles to look for disease ‘risk’.  No longer does the wellness of the individual take […]
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If you have non-traumatic inflammation that you feel in your hands, you have inflammation everywhere in your body. #healthyhabits
Capillaries are 1 cell thick and are the exchange site between tissues and blood for waste an nutrients. #healthyhabits
An average 6 foot male has 60,000 miles of arteries, veins and capillaries. #healthyhabits
Disease is DEFICIENCY and TOXICITY. #healthyhabits
Health is not a lack of symptoms, it is optimal cell function. #healthyhabits
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