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Marni Wasserman | Real Food & Real Life Nutritionist
The ketogenic diet is among the most widely searched-for diets online these days. It’s gaining so much momentum which is great, but I fear that people may be approaching “keto” for the wrong reasons. There are definitely some things to consider before you choose to go on such an extreme diet. Don’t get me wrong, there are many benefits and you will see some results in the short term. But long term, you may want to reconsider. Just know what you’re getting into and you may find ways to incorporate keto principles without going full on. So let’s start with the basics.

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Lauren Motto, PharmD | Medical Science Liaison for Hydralyte
Working out can be really rewarding when you’re doing something you enjoy and you’re properly hydrated. Some people love to exercise all the time, while others struggle to find the motivation. In either case, no one enjoys working out when they’re not feeling well, specifically with headaches. Commonly referred to as “exercise headaches” or exertional headaches, they develop while working out and there are several reasons why you might be getting them.

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Working 9-5 definitely has it’s perks—consistent weekday hours plus evenings and weekends off leave me with a lot of free time. But it can still be tricky to schedule in as many workouts as I’d like to each week—especially when living downtown Toronto where there’s always something exciting going on! I’m constantly trying to perfect my work-life-workout balance, so I’m sharing a few tricks I’ve learned that help me stay more active throughout the work day.