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Dehydration and Anxiety
Dehydration and Anxiety
Have you ever experienced anxiety jitters first thing in the morning, and wondered how you could possibly be so anxious before the day has even begun? Or noticed negative shift in mood/ability to concentrate after spending hours outside in the sun?
Supporting Your Immune System During COVID-19 (& Beyond)
Supporting Your Immune System During COVID-19 (& Beyond)
Have you been having questions about immunity lately? Perhaps wondering how to boost your immune system, or what foods/supplements to consider implementing into your routine? If so, you've come to the right place!
Vitamin D Deficiency and Anxiety
Vitamin D Deficiency and Anxiety
Did you know that approximately 93% of Canadians are not getting enough vitamin D to maintain optimal health? Did you also know that vitamin D deficiency can contribute to depression and anxiety (among many other health concerns)?
My Microbiome and Me
My Microbiome and Me
Gut health is a complex, yet vital player for achieving both physical and mental well-being
Christmas Thyme
Christmas Thyme
Its one of the most magical and festive times of the year. It has us planning parties, attending countless gatherings, and connecting with our friends and family. While these gathering can bring excitement and happiness, they can also bring about anxiety due to the indulgent foods and desserts we know are going to be front and centre on the tables.
Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Anxiety
Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Anxiety
Vitamin B12 is one of the most essential vitamins as it affects multiple systems in the human body, as well as having a strong tie to our physical and mental well-being.
Stress, Anxiety and the Foods You Choose
Stress, Anxiety and the Foods You Choose
What do you reach for when you are under stress? A bag of chips? A pint of ice cream? What is your “comfort food” of choice? Stress eating or emotional eating may temporarily make you feel better but in the long term, I promise, you will regret it
Canada's Food Guide: What it Means for You!
Canada's Food Guide: What it Means for You!
After more than a decade, Canada’s Food Guide has received an overhaul! Goodbye dairy and specific serving sizes and hello plant-based proteins and mindful portion control! While you can read all the details on their website, we thought we would give you a brief overview of the main changes and what they mean for your mental health.
Nourishing Your Second Brain
Nourishing Your Second Brain
Did you know that you have a second brain? There is a ‘second brain’ in your body that is closely connected to how you feel, react and ‘digest’ your day. On a physical level, ‘digest’ refers to your guts - your small and large intestines.Studies have shown that there is a connection between the health of our intestines and our mood and behaviour. When we are not feeling well mentally, there is a good chance that the intestinal tract needs our attention. Which also means that if the intestines are working well, you will feel more balanced, calm and focused. Try it out for yourself! Read through the suggestions listed below and choose one at a time and see how you feel.
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