The last year certainly had its challenges, and we’re not out of the woods yet in terms of needing to maintain our social distancing, but it’s looking like we’re going to get through this soon. But many people still suffer from unemployment and underemployment, in addition to the feelings of depression and anxiety that come
Posts Tagged: healthy eating
Since today is National Nut Day, we’re bringing to you this great write-up by long-time Rancho Vignola customer, and retired naturopathic doctor, Dr. Brenda Gill. She’s outlined ten health-related reasons to incorporate more nuts into your diet, and a very tasty gluten-free Savoury or Sweet Nut & Seed Loaf recipe at the end!
Hello, Rancho friends, it’s Michelle from the Rancho Vignola office sharing one of my favourite seasonal recipes. With the warm weather upon us, and the gardens growing glorious produce it is the perfect time to enjoy summer recipes. It was not that long ago that I used to enjoy my kale with a silent K…. Read more »
Wouldn’t it be great if there are simple solutions to ongoing annoyances like heavy periods? Read on, make some changes and you’ll be surprised at how much more balanced you will feel! I am a retired natural medicine doctor/naturopathic physician and practised for over 20 years. One of my focuses was female health.
Heart disease is no joke. It’s the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States, and the second leading cause of death in Canada, behind only cancer. Today, approximately 2.4 million Canadian adults over 20 years old have some type of heart disease.
Navigating the world of health and nutrition is a tricky one: Fat is good? Fat is bad? Sugar will kill you? Should I try the ketogenic diet? Plant-based is the way forward, right? Should I count my macros? It’s understandable that you’re confused. Even health professionals can’t agree on basic concepts of nutrition, such as…
It’s that time of year again! With the fall harvest right around the corner, we have some crop news updates for you on hazelnuts, pistachios and a variety of fruit. Keep reading for full details.
Another season has come to an end, a season filled with highs, some lows, new adventures and lots of things to keep working on. Amidst all the travel and changing scenery, one thing remained constant: I always ran out of dried peaches before the end of my trips.
Dr. Shelby Entner is a well-known naturopath based in Vernon, BC, but she’s known far beyond for her kindness and effectiveness in helping people navigate their health challenges. Normal Western medicine wasn’t able to give her the answers to her health concerns.
Winter is here and the ski season is kicking off in Canada! I’ve been busy as usual this year with both skiing and school, and can’t wait for the racing to begin. These past few months of training have been pretty incredible.