The Importance of Iron

Iron is an essential nutrient for energy and vitality. A deficiency can leave you feeling weak and tired.

Protect your eyes from harmful blue light

After a long, dark winter, many of us can’t wait for the long, light filled days with blue skies and lots of sunshine.

Get on the Move (and Get Healthy While You’re At It)

There are literally dozens of ways you can incorporate more movement into your day, even if you spend a lot of it at ...

Healthy Heart Necessities

What can we do to improve our cardiovascular fitness and live life to the fullest?

5 Tips To Follow When Starting a Workout Plan

Here are some tips to get you started!

Heart Smart Eating: How Healthy Food Choices Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease

According to the Heart Research Institute, nine in ten Canadians have at least one risk factor for heart disease or s...

Healthy Heart and Healthy Pregnancy

Time to start taking care of yourself so that you’re ready for a healthy pregnancy.

Healthy Body, Healthy Heart

Did you know that an estimated 60% of Canadian adults are overweight?

Lutein Benefits Brain Function When Consumed Late In Life

The imporance of lutein and zeaxanthin (L and Z) for the eyes is protecting against macul...

Migraines Are a Risk Factor for Heart Disease

Migraines can be debilitating causing cognitive dysfunction, neck pain, depression and anxiety.

Multivitamins: The Building Block You Need

A combination of good nutrition, exercise, and multivitamin supplementation will replace nutrients lost by these stre...

How Can Seniors Stay Healthy During Cold and Flu Season?

People over 65 are especially at risk due to weakened immune systems and possible underlying conditions.

Did you know that 9 out of 10 Canadians have at least one risk factor for heart disease or stroke?

By adopting a heart-healthy diet and making healthy lifestyle choices you can reduce your risk of heart disease by 84%.

Increased Workplace Stress is Linked to Higher Risk of Diabetes

In 2016 Statistics Canada reported that 7% of Canadians 12 and older (~2.1 million people) were diagnosed with diabetes.