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September 25, 2018 By The Farmer’s Footprint Photo Credit: Farmer’s Footprint A CHEMICAL YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF Over the last 20 years we have seen a dramatic change in the demographics of chronic disease in the U.S. Independent research from private and university laboratories around the world have begun to implicate glyphosate as a […]

August 29, 2018 By Becky Wilson   The human body’s ability to regenerate has always fascinated me. It all began when I was younger, with my slight obsession with the movie X-men. My interest in the power of cells was piqued when I saw that one of the mutants in the series (Wolverine) had the […]

July 25, 2018 By Katie Guthrie   Having firsthand experience, I can tell you how much our gut and brain work together. Eleven months ago I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, an autoimmune disease that made my body hyper-react to gluten. There was so much inflammation in my gut it affected my brain resulting in […]

July 11, 2018 By Stephie Hennekam “But… What about calcium”? – one of those one-liners you encounter every other day when you decide to fuel your body with plants only. This question stems from the modern myth that dairy is the best and most reliable source of calcium. So let’s clear the air about calcium: […]

June 27, 2018 By Hazel Morley When I was a child, living in England, I woke up every morning to bottles of fresh milk on our doorstep delivered by the local milkman. TV adverts promoted the “goodness of milk”; the proteins, essential vitamins and calcium, needed by everybody to build strength and grow. At elementary […]

June 13, 2018 by Amber Muranko I was in Whistler the other day with the kids and we had just finished lunch and were about to head over to the swimming pool. Just as I got everyone loaded in the truck, I get a text from my husband who was off to work for the […]

May 30, 2018 By Meghan De Jong To answer the question in short … YES, we should! Well, maybe not panic, but it is very important that we focus on consuming foods that are grown organically. “Organic” seems to be a popular buzzword these days and it can be confusing to know whether the investment in […]

Vitamin C Questions: Answered May 16, 2018 Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, March 27, 2018   Commentary by Helen Saul Case I was born and raised in a household where we used vitamins instead of medicines. Consequently, I am very familiar with utilizing high-dose vitamin C to prevent and cure illness. Now that I have children […]

May 1, 2018 By Kevani Macdonald I’m a mom. Like most moms, my days are mainly spent trying to get to the end of them with everyone fed and accounted for. A year ago, right around her 1st birthday, my daughter decided she’d had enough of boob milk and she was ready for the world […]

April 3, 2018 By Meghan De Jong Believe it or not: YES you can! Type 2 diabetes is so tightly connected to diet and lifestyle factors, that by changing what you eat and the amount of physical activity you do, you can actually prevent and reverse the condition! (1) Incidences of Type II Diabetes are at an […]