We hear it all of the time: "Boost your metabolism to burn fat around the clock", but what is your metabolism? Can you really boost it? How? Let's find out.
We all know that it is important to spend time in the sun. It feels good and provides us with vitamin D that is so necessary for our health. The problem, however, is that too much sun exposure combined with not having enough protection can cause painful sunburns. When it comes to protection and sunscreens, there is a lot to be said about choosing the right sunscreen.
Soy is everywhere these days, but depending on who you ask , you will receive different responses as to whether it is a healthy or harmful food... Let's dig in and get to the bottom of what soy is, and how it can be used to benefit your diet!
What exactly is the Keto diet? The Keto diet has been very trendy the last few years . The Ketogenic diet is designed to help you lose weight and fat within the body by eating mostly fat, some protein, and very little carbs. The premise is “eat fat to lose fat", but is this sustainable for your body long-term?
Honey comes in many different forms and there are numerous benefits. In its raw state, it can offer unique health benefits.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body. Discover how adding extra collagen to your diet can benefit your hair, skin and more areas of your physical health.
There are so many reasons to include herbal teas in your day that I do not even know where to begin. There are a countless number of herbs available that I think most people are unaware of, or do not realize the power they give to our cells. Find out what teas are most beneficial for your body.
There are deep restorative benefits to the cold which helps with pain and inflammation. Cold showers, or cold-water immersion, is a popular technique among amateur and professional athletes, but it also offers boosting benefits for everyone because it speeds recovery after exercise and reduces delayed -onset muscle soreness.
Everyone talks about probiotics. We have been hearing this expression a lot over the last ten years, and even see it on food labels, but do we really know what they are and how they work? Do we really need them? Let's find out.
As a fitness professional and naturopath, I am constantly asked the difference between an osteopath and a physiotherapist. Although both professions have extensive training in anatomy, physiology, pathology and hands on techniques, there are distinct differences with the two and they originate from quite different roots.