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Flu Prevention

 In Canada, flu season usually runs from November to April and an estimated 10-25% of Canadians may get the flu each year. When most people think of flu symptoms, they think of body aches, fatigue, and maybe a cough. However, influenza, or the flu, actually begins as a respiratory infection caused by the influenza virus.

Immune Support

Introduction Every minute of every day our body is exposed to bacteria, viruses, and fungi that...

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Ages 6 to 11

Allergies Allergies are the result of an overreaction of the immune system to a substance that's...

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Sodium

Sodium is a mineral that is necessary to our body's health. Unfortunately, sodium has been...

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Fats

Introduction What would a turkey or roast chicken dinner be without that yummy, crunchy,...

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Protein

Introduction The word  seems to be popping up everywhere these days. , in its simplest form, it...

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Carbohydrates

Introduction In the last few decades, carbohydrates have played the hero and the villain,...

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Andropause

Andropause It All Begins With the Endocrine System The endocrine system is considered one of the...

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Heat Stroke

Heat stroke is one of three forms of a condition of elevated body temperature. While heat cramps...

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5-HTP

Sleeping less and gaining more? There have been recent studies that show why. Two hormones...

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