Cold and flu season may be an inconvenient, uncomfortable part of winter, but there are things you can do to help defend yourself against illness.
While it would be ideal for people to get their nutrition from diet alone, the World Health Organization notes that, “people are now consuming more foods high in energy, fats, free sugars and salt/sodium, and many people do not eat enough fruit, vegetables and other dietary fibre such as whole grains.” Talking a multivitamin daily may help fill any nutritional gaps.Continue reading
Probiotics are often considered to be the missing link for the proper functioning of your body. In fact, research continues to uncover the many ways in which a daily source of probiotics is beneficial for a variety of health conditions,...Continue reading
Vitamin D is a dynamic vitamin that is foundational for good health. Not only is vitamin D essential to the proper functioning of our immune system, it has also been found to regulate bone growth and mineralization, in addition to...Continue reading
Ask any parent, and they’ll tell you kids are more frequently sick during the colder months, and especially when they’re in school or daycare. Many little ones might not have a solid grasp on the importance of hand hygiene, and...Continue reading