Kate Rhéaume, ND

Dr. Kate Rhéaume graduated from McMaster University with an honours BSc in Biology and completed her professional training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, class of 2002. She followed with a two-year residency during which she taught classes and supervised at various teaching clinics. As an educator, she regularly appears on television and radio teaching about many health topics. Dr. Kate is a Canadian expert in natural medicine and speaks internationally.

Dr. Kate is the author of the best-selling book Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How A Little Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life (HarperCollins, 2013) It has been translated into 6 languages; the English language edition has sold over 100,000 copies.

Born and raised on Montreal’s West Island, Dr. Kate now makes her home in Ancaster, Ontario (just west of Hamilton) with her sons.

Articles by Kate Rhéaume, ND

Vitamin D: What You Need to Know Now

We’ve heard about the importance of vitamin D even more than usual over the last year. The “sunshine vitamin” is made naturally in the skin from exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. So does that mean that, with the dark days of winter behind us for now, we are automatically getting enough to avoid vitamin D deficiency? Not necessarily.

Six Tips for Surviving Allergy Season

While this spring is different in many ways than previous springs, pollens are still coming, causing spring allergies for one in six Canadians. If this is you, here are some tips to minimize the all-too-familiar sneezing, sniffling, and itchy, watery eyes that can make spring miserable for many.

Q & A with Dr. Kate

Here is a selection of FAQs on hot topics that Dr. Kate has answered recently. They are general guidelines that provide a strong foundation for most people.

Do Calories Really Count?

What do calories really mean in relation to our diet? Food shapes our metabolism & what the calories are made of makes all the difference.

Eat Right for Your Brain

Around 62,000 people have strokes in Canada each year, according to the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation. While 80% of people survive, the consequences are usually life altering.

Vitamin K2 – A True Super-Nutrient

Somehow, incredibly, it has been almost four years since I last updated on vitamin K2. There’s a lot to catch up on! Here is an overview of the latest studies and trends.
Exciting new research is adding to the case for vitamin K2 as a breast cancer fighter.