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Dr. Thalia Charney, MA, ND (inactive) | Nutrition and Health Education Manager
One of the most common digestive problems plaguing us today is dyspepsia, aka indigestion, with a range of symptoms occurring shortly after a meal such as fullness, acid reflux or heartburn, nausea, belching, and even pain. Any issues experienced at this time usually involve digestion at the stomach level.
This the time of the year we’ve all been waiting for - but it shouldn’t be the time of year we drop our health routines!
Eating a fresh, colourful, whole-food diet is a bit easier when we’re surrounded by local farmers’ markets & a rainbow of produce. But don’t stop there! A few key nutrients are still important during warmer months, so let’s discuss each in a bit more detail.
Ever feel like there’s a new beauty ingredient you can’t stop seeing and hearing about? That all of the sudden it’s in every product and all over your Instagram feed? This is what our Beauty Buzzwords series is all about – to help you learn more about these mysterious ingredients and why everyone is raving about them.
Next up we’re taking a closer look at Parabens, an ingredient that you might want to avoid.
A well-balanced diet that provides all of the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals we need is important at any age. However, it's perhaps most critical for helping children reach their physical, mental, and intellectual potential. Unfortunately, recent statistics show that children’s nutrition in North America is severely lacking and has plenty of room for improvement.