Exposing harmful products

How to Detox From Conventional Antiperspirants And Deodorants. 10 Steps.

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This post is for anyone who’s ever switched to a natural deodorant only to find themselves stinking or sweating more.  It’s not for those who experience rash or irritation – that’s for another post.  But suffice it to say, if you’ve had a rash, it’s because of one of the ingredients used (such as baking soda or magnesium), and not because you require ... Read More »

10 Things You Need To Know About Body Odor

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Here are 10 things you need to know about body odour.                        What we eat and drink affects our body odour. Our sweat is supposed to be odourless.  It’s true! What we eat and drink can contribute to body odour In most studies conducted it was found that food and ... Read More »

5 Reasons to Love LEGO Again

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Did you hear? Lego is going green.                 If you don’t think this will make a difference in this lifetime, think again. The company made 60 billion lego pieces last year alone.                 Via CityNews.ca A great bonus to this is over 100 new employees will ... Read More »

How to Mitigate the Hazards Caused by Asbestos

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How to Mitigate the Hazards Caused by Asbestos Asbestos is a naturally occurring silicate-based material with fire-resistant properties which was commonly used in housing materials including floor tiles, roof, shingles, and pipe insulation until the 1970s when it was designated a carcinogen and banned. Because of its widespread use prior to this time, it remains common in older homes and ... Read More »

Would you believe what’s in these popsicles?

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I have so many fantastic childhood memories.   Decorating our freshly picked Christmas tree, our yearly trips to Prince Edward Island, and of course biking, the beach, and everything that has to do with summer…including lots of popsicles! Whenever we heard that cute little tune coming from the ice cream cart or “dicky dee”, we’d drop whatever we were doing,  grab some pocket change ... Read More »

Sweet-free for three weeks in recognition of National Diabetes Awareness Month

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Written by Dr. Tanya Wylde, ND In order to raise awareness of National Diabetes Awareness Month I challenge you and your family to be sugar free for the last three weeks of November!  Yep, that means, no simple sugars such as deserts, chocolate, baked goods, sugar in your coffee, packaged foods sweetened with sugar, etc.  I also challenge you to avoid all refined carbohydrates ... Read More »

Evidenced based naturopathic treatments to prevent and treat colds and flus. By Dr. Tanya Wylde, Naturopathic Doctor

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October, 2013.  Written by Dr. Tanya Wylde, Naturopathic Doctor               Cold & Flu Season is upon us and October is influenza (flu) immunization awareness month.  Some people struggle with the decision of whether or not to vaccinate with the flu-vaccine.  See my blog titled “To vaccinate or not to vaccinate, that is the question” ... Read More »

ANTIBIOTICS ARE NOT MEANT TO TREAT VIRUSES!

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Written by Dr. Tanya Wylde, Naturopathic Doctor                 Viruses are not the same thing as bacteria.  I was prescribed antibiotics for Influenza A-flu back in 1999.  I didn’t take them because I knew they wouldn’t be effective, as I mentioned in my blog post “To Vaccinate or not to vaccinate—that is the question”. ... Read More »

How to Protect Yourself, and your children, from Chlorinated Pools

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This topic has come up a few times recently.   My mother hasn’t been able to swim in chlorinated water for years. It started one day, during a weekly swim, her skin started itching, getting red and she eventually develped a bad rash. Years later, I’ve develpped the same reaction. Have you ever wondered about the red, itchy eyes you ... Read More »

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