Treating yourself with a little extra love and compassion through self-care not only feels good, but will leave your mind and body better equip for success in other areas of life.
Here are five tips for keeping your family sun safe this summer so you can enjoy outdoor activities while staying hydrated, cool, and well-protected.
Vitamin B12 deficiency can sneak up on you. In this guide to B12, learn about why this vitamin is so important, and learn about the different variations in B12 supplements.
Learn how to be a Weekend Warrior! There are big benefits to getting out in nature and pushing your body to its limits, but it’s also smart to be proactive about your health. That way, you can continue your outdoor adventures for years to come.
As we respect physical distancing measures, it is crucial to find ways to support our bodies and our quality of life. You might also consider the benefits of natural health products to support healthy joints as research has shown that a number of supplements help reduce joint pain and inflammation.
A movement toward healthy aging and prevention of disease requires all men to follow some very important steps, such as incorporating regular checkups and screening tests for early disease detection, consuming a nutritious diet, engaging in fitness activities, supplementing with key nutrients, eliminating or minimizing smoking and alcohol use, & integrating stress reduction techniques.
This week, across Canada, it is Naturopathic Medicine Week! We are lucky to have amazing naturopathic doctors as part of our Natural Factors team. You may have read their blogs, seen them on social media, or even met them at one of the many community events they participate in.
We are lucky to have amazing naturopathic doctors as part of our Natural Factors team. You may have read their blogs, seen them on social media, or even met them at one of the many community events they participate in. Meet Dr. Kate Rhéaume, ND!
Vitamins are nutrients that are necessary at all stages of life because our body can’t make them. Here’s a quick look at changing nutritional requirements by decade of life.
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.