Naturopathic Medicine

8 11, 2016

Sugar: Part 2 of Why Your Body Says “NO MORE”

2016-11-08T08:00:24+00:00November 8th, 2016|Health, Naturopathic Medicine|

In part one of this two part series on sugar I discussed hidden sugars, what to watch out for and the top 5 ways your body suffers when you have an excess.   This post is dedicated to helping you easily decrease sugar in your diet. Food: Instead of eating processed/packaged cookies that are high in ...

18 10, 2016

Tackling the Problem of Anxiety in Children

2016-10-18T13:50:10+00:00October 18th, 2016|Health, Naturopathic Medicine|

Anxiety is a growing concern that I treat in school-aged children and it can present as a variety of different symptoms. Common signs that your child could be suffering from anxiety include depression, frequent headaches, stomach pain, constipation, diarrhea, decreased appetite, eczema, difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, nightmares, chronic fatigue, lack of focus at ...

22 04, 2016

Hello Everyone!

2016-04-22T21:00:38+00:00April 22nd, 2016|Naturopathic Medicine, Uncategorized|

My newborn baby is now 8 weeks old! Having three little boys under the age of 3 certainly has its challenges, but I am loving every minute of it! I started back to work last Monday as I am fortunate to work at the Norwich Medical Centre, as my hours are catered to my new ...

17 10, 2015

Boosting Immunity with Naturopathic Medicine

2015-10-17T19:02:53+00:00October 17th, 2015|Naturopathic Medicine|

Boosting immunity for the fall and winter seasons brings many new patients into my practice, as most people do not want to take drugs when they or their children come down with a cold virus. Some people choose to get a flu shot, but it does not guarantee protection from getting sick, nor does it ...

16 07, 2015

Acne and Naturopathic Medicine

2015-07-16T02:41:01+00:00July 16th, 2015|Naturopathic Medicine, Skin Conditions|

Acne is the most common skin condition that both children and adults suffer from.  Naturopathic Medicine focuses treatment on the root cause for each individual.  The most common contributing factors include stress (anxiety, depression, insomnia, money, relationships, etc.), hormonal imbalances, food sensitivities, bacterial infection, vitamin/mineral deficiencies and constipation. Throughout my private practice as a Naturopathic ...

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