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  • Three important interactions - What you should know about herbs, drugs, and nutrients Three important interactions
    01 Nov 13

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    Three important interactions - What you should know about herbs, drugs, and nutrientsCurrently, there exists much information, as well as mis-information, about interactions between certain herbs & nutrients and drugs. Some of the most common questions we receive as naturopathic doctors (ND) pertain to this area. This is a very complex area, and we certainly encourage you to consult with a trained healthcare provider such as an ND if you are on any medications.
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Obesity - Is it Possible to Bounce Back?One in four adults in Canada, which is equivalent to 6.3 million people were diagnosed with obesity by the end of 2012. This is a 17.5% increase from 2003. With obesity comes fatigue, malnutrition, type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease and can lead to the diagnosis of other serious chronic illnesses.
16 Jan 16
Myo Inositol - Uses in Polycystic Ovarian SyndromePolycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is the most common cause of anovulatory infertility prevalent in 5-10% of women of reproductive age. Anovulation is abnormal ovarian function in which the ovary is unable to release an oocyte (egg) during a menstrual cycle
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Restless Leg SyndromeRestless leg syndrome (RLS) is a condition that affects the part of the nervous system that causes an urge to move the legs. It usually interferes with sleep, so it can also be considered a sleep disorder.[1] RLS can be quite troubling depending on the intensity of the symptoms. Symptoms include itching, burning, aching, and a desire to move the legs (for no apparent reason). RLS affects up to 10% of the population and affects all genders, but is more common in women and also in children.