Tuesday, 05 December 2017 / Published in Health & Wellness
Better brace yourself. Officials are predicting this year’s flu season will be harsher than normal, and the flu shot may not be effective at preventing the virus. The prediction is based on data from Australia which is in the midst of its annual Flu season. In general, we in North America get in our season what Australia got in the season
Monday, 04 December 2017 / Published in Health & Wellness
This time of year cinnamon’s most common use is in traditional holiday foods and drinks. If you think that is where cinnamon’s use ends you may be missing out on an amazing health tool. Researchers from the University of Michigan in collaboration with researchers in China this week released a study in the journal Metabolism
Thursday, 30 November 2017 / Published in Health & Wellness
Our very own Joel Thuna MH was on Zoomer radio in Toronto on November 11th. He appeared on the show “the Tonic” to chat with Jamie Bussin about Chlorophyll.
Monday, 27 November 2017 / Published in Health & Wellness
Liver cancer is rampant worldwide. It is the sixth most commonly diagnosed cancer, and third most common cause of death from cancer with the majority of cases occurring in Asia. (Cancer Research UK). Several types of cancer can form in the liver. The most common type of liver cancer is hepatocellular carcinoma. Liver cancer is difficult
Thursday, 14 September 2017 / Published in Health & Wellness
Following up previous research over the last decade that indicated a link between vitamin D and cardiovascular disease, researchers analyzed data from over 180,000 patients focusing on their vitamin D status, total cardiovascular events and total mortality. Cardiovascular events refer to any incidents that may cause damage to the heart muscle.  Any interruption of blood
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 / Published in Health & Wellness
The odds of successfully treating inflammatory bowel diseases such as Chron’s, Colitis, ileitis, etc may in part depend on your levels of vitamin D. Following up previous research that indicated a role for vitamin D in inflammatory bowel diseases, researchers in Boston analyzed data from 173 patients focusing on their vitamin D status and the