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Why do you experience digestive shifts during your period?

Why do you experience digestive shifts during your period? Hormones are the cause of digestive changes or discomfort for many women during their period....
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The Best Remedy For Spring Allergy Relief!

The sun is shining, snow is melting and the birds are singing again. This is one of my favourite times of the year, however...

I have been diagnosed with an Autoimmune disease —now what??

I see patients all of the time who have been diagnosed with an Autoimmune disease and feel extremely overwhelmed and fearful.  In Naturopathic Medicine,...

10 tips for preventing colds and flus

I have had SO many patients this year come in with lingering colds and upper respiratory tract infections and have had patients report that...

Problems sleeping? This article is for you!

Did you know 43% of men and 55% of women in Canada have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep1?  Did you also know...

Can treating SIBO relieve my IBS?

What is SIBO? SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) happens when bacteria that normally populates the large intestine moves back and colonizes the small intestine. ...

Protecting yourself from the smoke

With the abundance of smoke we have been experiencing in Rossland, Trail, Castlegar, and the surrounding area in the last few weeks, I wanted...

Need a doctor? Naturopathic Physicians are primary care providers in BC

What is the scope of a Naturopathic Physician? Naturopathic physicians became recognized as primary care physicians in 2009 when the BC Ministry of Health...

Quick and easy tips to reduce seasonal allergies

One of the special things about living in the mountains of Rossland, Trail BC, and Castlegar is the disticntness of the seasons and the...

Protect your heart: lowering cholesterol and blood pressure

How does cholesterol form? Atherosclerosis refers to clogging of the arteries, which is the underlying cause of cardiovascular disease (which still remains the #1...