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July 3, 2012

Dr. Heidi Lescanec, ND Citrusy Caesar Salad Dressing (Vegan) This salad dressing is zesty and sharp- sans anchovies or eggs (mayonnaise) making it not only on the deliciously cleaner side of most caesar’s, but also safer for sitting out in the summer sun, picnics and all! The fresh lemon juice and briny capers add a […]

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Dr. Juliet Ghodsian, ND, Craniosacral Therapist Child Birth is an intense and powerful process. Bringing a new life into this world requires proper body alignment, powerful muscle contractions, and LOTS of hard work for both mom and baby. Sometimes these 3 variables line up smoothly, and sometimes they just don’t. Either way, birth is a […]

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June 28, 2012

The Stress-Illness Connection Dr. Arjuna Veeravagu ND RAc Although most people have experienced feeling unwell during times of elevated stress, few are aware of the underlying connection between these experiences. Increased stress stimulates our adrenal glands to produce higher levels of the hormones cortisol, DHEA and adrenaline. After a stressful situation has resolved, these hormones […]

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June 27, 2012

by Dr Deirdre O’Neill Welcoming the hot summer nights, vacations and more family time, comes with preventing the woes of summer. This is the time of year to remember the tips on how to eat right with the BBQ & family picnics, handle excess sun exposure, and properly remove a tick. Ticks can harbour the […]

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May 30, 2012

Sage Clinic welcomes Dr. Schnurr’s new little bundle of love… Charlotte Wren  7lbs 4oz and 51cm from head to toe. Born at home on May 16th at 1:56pm on a beautiful sunny spring afternoon.

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Dr. Jeannie Achuff, ND Sunscreen: Friend or Foe ? We may be back under the clouds for now, but the recent weeks of blazing sun and warm afternoons outdoors has my family contemplating how best to protect our very bald one year old’s head. While covering up in light clothing and donning a potentially un-hip […]

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Dr. Heidi Lescanec, ND Adzuki Bean Asian Humus 2 cups of cooked beans ½ inch ginger 1 clove garlic 2 T tahini (or almond butter) 1 T olive oil 1 T ume plum vinegar 1 T rice wine vinegar To cook dried beans: 1 c dried adzuki, soak overnight or 4 hrs. stovetop: 3 c […]

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May 28, 2012

IS YOUR BOWEL REALLY “IRRITABLE”? By Dr. Arjuna Veeravagu ND RAc Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a diagnosis being given with increasing frequency to patients who experience chronic digestive symptoms. The condition is characterized most commonly by the symptoms of intermittent cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, constipation and diarrhea. It occurs more commonly in women and […]

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Dr. Julie Moore, ND Watch out for Ticks: Preventing Lyme Disease As the summer comes upon us and we venture out into the woods for hiking, camping, and outdoor sports with our friends and families, we probably aren’t thinking about ticks. Ticks are small insects that resemble spiders and live on deer, rodents, birds and […]

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Pain in the Gut? Dr. Thara Vayali, ND Grumble, Rumble, Growl & Gurgle. What goes inside, it makes you curdle. Indigestion after meals, twinges and twangs – maybe even doubling over in cramps – you thought that colic ended in infancy! Sound familiar? Maybe you’ve even been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)*, or told […]

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