Friday Fun Food Facts: Fall Foods

There is no doubt that Fall has arrived here in Vancouver ~ crisp morning air, a fireshow of colour and on the rare side for Vancouver?  Clear blue skies!  As the temperatures drop, it's the perfect time to nourish our immune systems.  And what better way to do this than through our food?  Traditional Chinese [...]

Friday Fun Food Fact: Honey

Honey.  So sweet.  So wild.  So delicious.  So healing!  Honey is made of 80% sugar, with water and minerals making up the rest.  Beyond its' obvious use as a sweetener, it makes an excellent preservative.  Being both antiseptic and antibacterial, it is also a superb ointment for wounds. During cold and flu season, a jar of [...]

By |2017-11-04T05:28:22+00:00September 8th, 2017|Fall, Friday Fun Food Facts, Immune Support|0 Comments

Sunscreen You Can EAT!

With the sun sticking around a bit, it's pretty enticing to get out there and soak up those rays!  But with all the scares of skin cancer, how can you do it in a healthier way?  Is it possible to protect your skin from damage through the foods that you eat???  Can you EAT YOUR [...]

By |2017-07-31T03:25:27+00:00July 15th, 2017|Immune Support, Summer, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Hallowe’en: More ‘trick’ than ‘treat’ when it comes to your immune system

Halloween is only days away and it’s the perfect opportunity to cut loose: dress up wildly, get your groove on mid-week and let yourself indulge a bit! Although this great and ghouly event is synonymous with a sack full of sugary treats, you may want to limit your sweet indulgence - especially once you learn [...]

By |2017-05-20T00:44:31+00:00October 12th, 2016|Immune Support|0 Comments

Allerg-EASE ~ how to prevent & treat seasonal allergies

Making another midnight run to the allergy aisle of your local pharmacy? You’re not alone! Over 4 million Canadians suffer from seasonal allergies, and although a single symptom of a runny nose, or itchy eyes or sneezing may not be debilitating, the onslaught of them all together for weeks on end can be incapacitating both [...]

By |2017-05-20T00:46:15+00:00September 2nd, 2016|Immune Support|0 Comments