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Dr. Kyle: Diet Do’s and Don’ts for 2019

  Looking to start a new diet in 2019? Here are a few tips on what to avoid and what to incorporate into your nutritional regime this year. FATS ARE GOOD The human body is designed to process and burn fats as one of its primary energy sources. Fat enhances food digestion and nutrient absorption. […]

| January 7th 2019

Dr. Kyle: Debunking the Salt Myth

Do you pay attention to how much sodium you take in? Maybe you should! It turns out that sodium may not be as bad as we previously thought. In fact, sodium is essential for many metabolic processes. Sodium is responsible for regulating blood pressure, maintaining blood volume and is required for neuron function and signal […]

| January 3rd 2019

Dr. Phil Shares: Staying Keto over the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but for those following a diet, the holidays may stir up stress and anxiety around food. The ketogenic diet is not the most “social” diet, but there are ways to stick to it, even in the most daunting of times, such as holiday celebrations. If you can’t […]

| December 22nd 2018

Dr. Phil Shares: Insulin Resistance Causes and Symptoms

One in three North Americans—including half of those age 60 and older— have a silent blood sugar problem known as insulin resistance. Insulin resistance increases the risk for prediabetes, type 2 diabetes and a host of other serious health problems, including heart attacks, strokes and cancer. What is Insulin Resistance? Insulin resistance is when cells in […]

| December 18th 2018

Dr. Kyle: Sport Injury Rehabilitation

  There are many factors to consider before clearing an athlete to return to sport. Time since injury, improvements in range of motion and increases in joint stability are all good metrics to evaluate before giving an athlete the green light. Many rehabilitation programs focus primarily on enhancing maximal muscle strength. Current research suggests that […]

| December 17th 2018

Dr. Phil Shares: The Impact of Ketogenic Diet on Body Composition During Resistance Training

Ketogenic protocols have become an important therapeutic option for a variety of health issues including weight management, cardiometabolic dysfunction, and epilepsy.1 The potential of the ketogenic diet (KD) to help optimize body mass has important implications for the reduction of metabolic syndrome and its related chronic disease aspects such as heart disease, fatty liver, and […]

| December 13th 2018

Dr. Laura on Mould and Indoor Air Quality

Mould is very important factor in indoor air quality. If you are chronically ill and can’t seem to shake it, test the places you spend time. Mould Related Health Issues nasal stuffiness throat irritation coughing or wheezing eye irritation skin irritation The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention  is firm about the removal of any […]

| December 4th 2018

Dr. Kyle: Can Changes in Weather Predict Pain?

    I always thought my grandma was crazy when she’d say I can “feel” a storm coming as she’d rub her knees. To my surprise, her knees were often better at predicting the weather than our local news. How come? It’s believed that changes in barometric pressure can lead to increases in musculoskeletal pain. […]

| December 4th 2018