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Podcast #9: What’s In A Supplement by Making Love In The Kitchen Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 02 Jul 2010 3:01am Get your e-book of choice now! For those of you residing in Canada, my accountant laid down the law on me regarding HST. No fun at all. Don’t forget to enter for your chance to win a box of happiness support in the form of Veeva Episode: 9 Title: Supplements For Health Guest: Alain Roy: President of Veeva and instrumental in th ... Read on »
Juice Plus+® ... A Better Choice For Canadians? by Moms Nutrition Posted Wed 16 Dec 2009 12:00am In Canada, there are a large percentage of people who take vitamins and nutritional supplements because, most likely, they realize they aren't getting enough good nutrition from fruits and vegetables. This is why we recommend Juice Plus+ , because it has nutrients from a variety of fruits and vegetables. But resorting to just single ... Read on »
New Study Reveals Another Reason Canadians May Not Be Getting Enough Vitamin D by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Aug 2013 10:59pm The study, published this July in the Annals of Epidemiology, revealed that people with a greater Body Mass Index are more likely to have a Vitamin D deficiency. Life Science Nutritionals wants to remind Canadians that even during the season of sunshine, many people aren’t getting enough Vitamin D. The study, published this July in the An ... Read on »
Canadian Social Security and Well-Being by Jason S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:25pm Does Social Security work?  By that, I mean does giving elderly individuals a government pension increase their level of income, the amount of goods the can consume, or even their happiness? An NBER working paper by Baker, Gruber and Milligan (2009) tries to answer this question in the Canadian setting. Background Currently, Canadian inc ... Read on »
Epic Canadian GiveawEH! by Sarah Ohm Posted Mon 06 May 2013 6:26pm Hey Loveys!! Guess what? A few of us teamed up and for this week we're having an EPIC CANADIAN GIVEAWEH (get it? The "eh" pun? :))!! We are, Davida from The Healthy Maven, Katy from Fit in Heels, Tara from I'm Fit Possible, Sarah from My Mostly Healthy Life, Michelle from Push Pump Progress,  Laura from Scribbles and Sass and Suzi from Conf ... Read on »
Epic Canadian GiveawEH! by Push.Pump.Progress Posted Mon 06 May 2013 4:52pm Good Evening Peeps!!! I haven't posted in 5 days, did ya miss me?? I hope you all had a fabulous weekend! If you live in Southern Ontario I know you must have been LOVIN' the weather this weekend! I have a ton to blog about this week because a lot of fun stuff went on this weekend, AND I have two new recipes I am going to be posting this wee ... Read on »
Why a Canadian is Excited about the U.S. Army by Shauna M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:50pm When I was diagnosed with MS I asked my docs about supplements or a specific diet that might help. I was told that the typical low fat high, fiber route was the way to go, that there was little in the scientific literature to support one diet or another. My family doc recommended that I use sunflower seed oil when cooking, as that oil might ai ... Read on »
Canadian Health Care System - part I by Jennifer J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:03pm I was asked to write about our system in Canada, as there is much misinformation in American news about our weird ways. Basically, health care is a Federal government responsibility, and our federal taxes are collected and dispersed to the provincial or territorial governments. Each province and territory is responsible for looking afte ... Read on »
Canadian Wonders If Progesterone Is Needed for Clomid & IUI Cycles: YES! by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sun 19 Sep 2010 12:00am QUESTION: I am trying to conceive and I have had 3 rounds of Clomid (100mg) by itself with no success. I have also now done round 4 with IUI. With the IUI cycle, my doctor told me to take 100mg Progesterone 2xday, intervaginally, and 2mg of estrace 2xday. My question is this...should I have been given Progesterone with the firs ... Read on »
32 Year Old Canadian With Multiple Miscarriages: Do Not Despair! You Can Conceive! by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 12:00am Question: Dear Dr.Ramirez, I am a 32 years old and my husband is 34. We have been trying for a baby since July 2008. In early 2009 we conceived and were over the moon. An early dating u/s at 6 weeks showed a heartbeat but sadly I started bleeding 2 days later and naturally lost the pregnancy. Two months later we co ... Read on »