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Ryan Foley B.Sc | Founder & CEO of Nuvocare
Garcinia Cambogia has gotten quite a lot of media attention, with heavy coverage by Dr. Oz on his popular daytime television show where he covered this nutrient in great detail and interviewed Garcinia expert, Dr. Julie Chen.  Dr. Chen was intimately involved in Garcinia research and is considered to be a leading expert on this nutrient. The active compound of greatest interest in Garcinia is known as Hydroxycitric Acid (also known as HCA). HCA has the ability to:
  1. Inhibit an enzyme that converts excess carbohydrates to stored body fat.
  2. Increase plasma serotonin levels so you feel happier and more stable.
  3. Decrease emotional eating.

As the year draws to a close, we reflect on what we’ve done and think about our goals for the next year. For many of us, that includes better health and getting a handle on managing our weight. In addition to the usual plans to hit the gym and clean up your diet, you can also kick start your program with these healthy weight management supplements from Genesis Today.

Orange Naturals has shaken up the common shake. They have transformed the commonly available and oh-so-common tasting protein shake of yesterday into a Nutrient Dense (ND), delicious tasting, super shake designed to match your nutritional needs for today and into the future.  Their innovative shakes will satisfy you, nourish you and grow with you. Orange Naturals is pleased to introduce the very first line of nutrient dense shakes which have been custom-made for the whole family.

By Cathy Richards | Simply Choices CEO, Chief Enthusiasm Officer
This time of year, we all have made decisions to make healthier choices in the New Year. Eating at home is easy. You can stock the kitchen with your staples (steel cut oats, quinoa, kale, cooked vegetables, rice noodles, fish, hummus etc.) so that any meal can be healthy and made in a snap. The tough part is eating healthy food on the go. This is where people often resort to bars. The issue is that there are a ton of bars out there. How do you choose which snack bar is right for you?

The beginning of a New Year is the perfect time to get a fresh start with your health. With so much information out there about what it takes to lead a healthy lifestyle, getting started can become overwhelming. To point you in the right direction we have teamed up with Stefanie Senior, a Registered Dietician based out of Toronto Ontario, to provide you with three simple tools to becoming a happier and healthier you.