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Sick to your stomach? Herbs are here!

Many people experience nausea (the urge to throw up, vomit, up-​chuck… you get the picture) from time to time, but it’s when it’s a daily thing that goes on for several weeks or months at a time,

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Recharging is about stopping...something

Recharging your energy when you have been through a very difficult time, are grieving from the loss of a job, a friend, a family member, part of yourself in some way… is a very difficult thing. Not impossible! But difficult.

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Do you know how to recharge?

Happy September everyone! You have survived the first week back to the “regular” schedule. The fall is upon us. I’ve been recharging myself this past summer, and as @katenorthrup would call it, using my Egg Wisdom

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Tired? Me too.

The beginning of the colder months, less light, more indoors time. More “back to the grindstone” kind of working.
I don’t know about you, but it makes me feel heavy.

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What about an emotional 'cleanse'?

I hear the word ‘cleanse’ a lot as a naturopathic doctor, and honestly, it makes me cringe. Yes, it is true that heavy metals, parasites, poor eating habits, should be supported in the body. Eating well and treating

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Searching for Inner Peace?

Three years ago I embarked on a journey. Burned out from practice and the emotional toll of running my own business and being present for people when they are sick and stressed started to have its effect

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Anxiety

How a suitcase can ruin your health

I am not a therapist. However, as a licensed health professional I spend a great deal of time talking to people about their lives and lifestyles. As there are so many people suffering with chronic stress, chronic fatigue, chronic

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The simplest stress tip: A deep breath

All of us know how to breathe, but remembering to breathe deeply, is something we often forget to do. Why this is important? When we are stressed out, we take shallow breaths. Biologically, we are trained

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Do you have the winter blahs?

For many, Happy New Year turns to SAD in the weeks that follow. January can be an extremely depressing month; either finances are tight due to the holiday season or our waistbands are tight due

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