Tagged with Diabetes

A Rant and a Recipe

A Rant and a Recipe

Like so many blogs with recipes I’m starting out with several minutes of my musings and a hint of there being a recipe waiting for you at the very end. Skip the rant and scroll right to the recipe if you wish but you’ll miss some good material and me saying a bad word. The … Continue reading

Omega Colada Smoothie

Omega Colada Smoothie

Do you like piña coladas? This time of year there’s nothing like a vacation to help you hit the reset button. Time away to decompress has got to be my favourite form of self care! Months of stress washed away with a few dips in the ocean, and maybe a few fruity cocktails.. If you can’t … Continue reading

Hormonal Health Self Assessment

Hormonal Health Self Assessment

Hormonal imbalance is the most common cause of the health concerns I see in naturopathic practice: Fatigue. Weight gain. Menopause. Infertility. Sexual dysfunction. Anxiety. Insomnia. Hypothyroidism. Adrenal fatigue. Fibroids. Acne. PMS. Crazy bad periods… You name it! Hormones, or more accurately a hormonal imbalance, almost always plays a key role. Conventional medicine can sometimes fall short of correcting these … Continue reading

Super Fly Pumpkin Pie

Super Fly Pumpkin Pie

It’s Thanksgiving. Let’s eat! I love a good Thanksgiving-induced turkey coma followed by a big piece of pumpkin pie. With lots of whipped cream. This year I’m shaking things up with a wholesome version of this celebrated dessert. Here are the ingredients you won’t find in Super Fly Pumpkin Pie: Sugar – It suppresses the … Continue reading

Chai this!

Chai this!

Fall is in the air and thank goodness. Summertime is blissful, don’t get me wrong, but it can get overwhelming after a while. Too many plans and not enough sunsets to fit in all that awesomeness! When the temperature drops and the leaves begin to change colour, I breathe a sigh of relief. It’s time … Continue reading

Healthiest food on earth

Healthiest food on earth

Happy Earth Day, folks! To celebrate the day I’ve rounded up some of the healthiest food on earth: Kale (+ broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, etc) Why: Brassica veggies prevent many forms of cancer and help to promote optimal liver function. Additionally, Kale is rich in vitamin K which prevents osteoporosis. How: Baby kale in salads is so … Continue reading

Ho Ho Hold the Gluten!

Ho Ho Hold the Gluten!

If you’re living with bothersome food sensitivities, wheat or dairy allergies, Celiac disease or diabetes, the quickly approaching holiday season may have you feeling anything but merry. There’s no time like the holidays to make you feel left out and unsatisfied if you need to follow a restricted diet… But we’re here to help, friends! Join us at The Naturopathic … Continue reading