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From the Current Issue
SUFFERING IN SILENCE:
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "MUMMY TUMMY" AND PELVIC FLOOR ISSUES
Written by Dr. Andrea Sorichetti DC, B.Sc, B. PHE, D.Ac, ART Chiropractor, Medical Acupuncture & Active Release Provider
Most mothers are aware of the term “mummy tummy”, which is the pooch around the belly button that never seems to go away no matter how many core workouts, cleanses or diets one does. The reason the “mummy tummy” is so difficult to get rid of is because it is not just a layer of fat that can be shed, it is much more complex. Read More.
Food security is important for humans and other animals
David Suzuki is a scientist, broadcaster, author and co-founder of them David Suzuki Foundation.
Written with contributions from David Suzuki Foundation Science Projects Manager Rachel Plotkin
About four million Canadians — including more than a million children — lack food security, defined as reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. In Canada, people from low-income households as well as Indigenous communities are the most likely to suffer from food insecurity. Read More.
time-saving tips for a winter nutrition re-boot
Written by Natasha Turner, ND
Whether balancing work, school or family life (or all of the above), we all have the same twenty-four hours in a day, and often it feels like that’s not enough. The good news is that there are some time-saving tips that will make preparing and sticking to your fall nutrition program a whole lot easier. Read More.