Nothing beats the summer months; long days, holidays, barbecues, pool parties, cottage weekends and most importantly spending time with friends and family outdoors! As the summer winds down most people are beginning to settle back into their regular routines as the summer holidays come to an end. A lot of
For many university bound students weight gain during their first year is a huge fear, but fear not! Most studies have shown that not all university students gain weight their first year, only about half do, and of those that do, most only gain between 2.5 and 3.5 pounds. Having
As a Registered Massage Therapist, neck and shoulder pain is a common complaint that patients present with.
Common causes of neck and shoulder pain are: strained muscles (from over use or improper use), repetitive strain injuries, whiplash, poor posture, computer use, sports injuries, chronic tension, stress and illness.
Excited that the nice weather is here, but terrified about your spring time allergies? You are not alone! Millions of Canadians suffer from the annoying itchy watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing and fatigue that accompany seasonal allergies. As naturopathic doctors, this is something we see quite frequently in practice. Patients
This is a really easy to make chicken recipe and super yummy! Enjoy it over rice, quinoa or stir-fried veggies. Ingredients: For the chicken: 1 kg of chicken breast cut into palm sized pieced 4 cups vegetable or chicken stock 1 onion finely chopped 2 garlic cloves minced pinch of
By: Kevin Chapman Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Elite Training Systems and Holistic Nutritionist Let’s face it, humans are meant to move and move often. I still see far too many people both young and old who make the conscious decision to be sedentary. Most often it’s a lack
By: Kevin Chapman, Coach at Elite Training Systems Three years ago this January, Elite Training Systems (ETS) piloted the first annual Road to 100 Challenge. When this challenge was created the intent was to push our adult clientele outside of their comfort zone to produce positive and sustainable change within