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As women, we are often natural nurturers and many of us put the wellbeing of others before ourselves. When we approach our late 40s, nearing menopause, the last thing we are concerned about is our heart health. But we should be. February is Heart Health Month in North America and is a great time to consider your risk factors and those of the women around you.  Heart health is not just a ‘man’s disease’, in fact, more women suffer strokes than men do, and women are more likely not to survive heart attack. Scary, but true.  The question now becomes: what can you do about this?

Mandy King | Holistic Nutritionist | Founder of HEAL (Healthy Eating and Living) In 2017, more and more people turned to the ketogenic diet, particularly for weight-loss purposes. While it can be effective for weight-loss, there are some watch-outs with this way of eating. Today I’m going...

Sponsored by Organika Chicken soup—is it really good for the soul? What do we actually know about this traditional and favourite comfort food? For many, a cup of chicken bone broth has a comforting and nutritious effect—especially during cold and flu season. As well, it has always been...