In our blog, Eating With The Seasons, we discuss the benefits of incorporating local, seasonal food into your diet to help align your body with your environment and improve your health. This can be done be starting your own backyard garden this summer with your very own local vegetables only a few steps away or visiting a local, organic farm.
Saying goodbye to Summer is hard! Gone are the warm, sun soaked days, slowly being replaced by Autumn's crisp air and frosty mornings.
It is a common misconception that food sensitivities are just a less severe reaction than food allergies. But food sensitivities can be just as harmful to the body as food allergies and often lead to a build up of chronic symptoms.
Fresh lettuce and tomatoes in the summer, squash soup and apple crisp in the fall - seasonal eating is already built into our diets and culture without us even consciously considering it. But what if seasonal eating had more benefits than adding a festive taste to our menu.
At it's roots, naturopathic medicine is about treating the whole person. Naturopathic medicine does not just look at select symptoms, but rather dives into the root cause of how those symptoms came to be.
The health impact of dairy consumption is constantly up for discussion. While we hear about "lactose intolerance" all the time, there are also "dairy sensitivities" that show up as inflammation and are just as negatively impactful on your health.
We are often told that our mental health stems from our brain. But what if your gut was equally responsible for your mental wellbeing?
If you've thought about making your health more of a priority in this new year, it's worth considering the ketogenic diet.