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A round-up of Toronto classes for new moms that want to get out and get active while having fun with their littles. We’d love to provide something similar for everyone across the country but alas, we’re most familiar with our backyard – we hope that you’ll help us (read: your fellow parents nearby) out with more Canada-wide suggestions in the comments!

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Dr. Olivia Rose, ND

What is Menopause?

Menopause is defined as the absence of a menstrual period for 12 months. 51 years of age is the average age of onset in North America. Once in menopause, the function of the ovaries--the female gonads--drastically decline. This leads to cessation of ovulation and a decrease in the primary sex hormones--estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. But menopause is not a disease. It’s important to remember that your hormones do not need to be replaced and menopause itself does not need to be treated. Instead, this is a period of time in your life to focus on self-care and to examine the holistic ways to manage the discomforts your body is experiencing.  Remember, it may take some effort and time to find exactly what works for you.

With the fitness phenomenon continuing to gain momentum, there's no shortage of studios or workouts geared to making exercise a sweaty, but fun experience. Here are our predictions for exercises that are sure to soar in popularity in 2017: Boxing: Boxing for fitness combines strength, endurance and cardio into real...