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Archive for the Health Tips Category

How Do You Start Your Day?

Breakfast is the meal most likely to affect learning ability and reaction time as well as influence your vitality and energy. Yet for the majority of people breakfast is rushed, unplanned, or missed entirely.   To read more about this important meal, including what to eat and

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Lowering Cholesterol

  Total Health Packs for Lowering Cholesterol If you’re struggling to reduce a high cholesterol count, you might want to read this article by Brenda Eastwood, RNCP: http://totalhealthpack.com/benefits/total-health-packs-for-lowering-cholesterol/

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7 Rules for Avoiding a Cold or Flu

Flu is Causing People to Drop like Flies Have you noticed that every year the flu (influenza) strains are getting stronger and lasting longer? Flu shots are not helping. More and more people are “dropping like flies” some even more than once per season. If flu shots

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How to Feed Your Brain

We all use our brain intensively. Reading, writing, learning, synthesizing and making decisions are part of our daily lives. Learn about the six micronutrients that are most important for optimized brain health and the therapeutic nutrients you can add to your routine. http://chriskresser.com/how-to-feed-your-brain

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STOP THE MENOPAUSAL MADNESS

  Regain your freedom & Take control of your hormones naturally.   Are you a little bit Moody, Bitchy, Sweaty, Sleepy, Bloated, Forgetful and Miserable?   It doesn’t have to be this way! Become Happy, Calm, Energized, Slim, Focused, Youthful and Radiant! Get on the fast track

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Get Off the Hormone Roller Coaster

Brenda Eastwood, RNCP, can help women get off the hormone roller coaster.  Check out her website:    www.HormoneRollerCoaster.com  

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Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is a very common disturbance of the thyroid gland that is present in many adults, more so women than men.  It often causes no symptoms, but can cause a reduction in the output of thyroid hormone.  This is called hypothyroidism.  It can also cause a goiter, at

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Handy Tip Sheets

These handy tip sheets provide a high-level overview of how physiotherapy can help treat some of the most common conditions that affect mobility, along with some practical tips to help patients get moving again. Members of the public can download the tip sheets by visiting [http://bcphysio.org/content/health-tips-how-physiotherapy-helps-you].

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How Much Sleep Do You Need?

How Much Sleep Do You Need? “What are the things I need to do in order for me to get all the physiological and behavioral benefits of a perfectly managed sleep-wake practice?” This article will help you answer that question, and one component of that question is

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Moving with Arthritis

September is National Arthritis Month in Canada. The Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia has launched a video called Moving with Arthritis featuring physiotherapists and their OA patients. You can find a link to it on our Facebook page.  

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