Too many lives have been impacted by and lost to cancer. In my case, it took away the most important man in my life—my father. I lost him fifteen years ago to pancreatic cancer and I can’t express my feelings in words, other than to say my life and world was completely shattered.
Did you know that insurance coverage is now available to (Canadian) residents of Ontario and Alberta for nutrition services when you see a nutritionist that is a professional member of the Canadian Association of Natural Nutritional Practitioners (CANNP)?
This is fairly new to Ontario and brand new to Alberta.
I will be teaching a Paleo cooking class with wellness expert Erin Toole Budd at Ambrosia Natural Foods in Vaughan, Ontario (just north of Toronto) on June 15, 2016. I have been shopping at and loving Ambrosia since its first flagship store opened many years ago! Back then, it was very hard to find foods that were suitable for celiac disease and they were among the first stores to carry such foods. I’d walk in and feel as though I’d hit the jackpot! Continue reading
Since I have an autoimmune disease (celiac disease), I find new research and information about how our immune system operates to be fascinating. The health and function of our immune system is imperative with respect to our overall health, including not only our physical health, but also our mental health. This field of science is called “psychoneuroimmunology.” This week is mental health awareness week so it’s a good time to consider this connection. Continue reading
It’s tax season and if you reside in Canada and have celiac disease or have a dependent with celiac disease, be sure to file accordingly to benefit from the government’s tax credits! After all, you’re entitled to it! Continue reading
I’m excited to be a keynote speaker at Kathy Smart’s Live the Smart Way Expo in Mississauga on April 10, 2016! Continue reading
You are probably aware that diabetes is a growing epidemic in the western world. In Canada alone, there are nearly 11 million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes and every three minutes another Canadian is diagnosed with the disease. Continue reading