Power of Cruciferous Superfoods – Cruciferous vegetables are the true kings of plant based nutrient dense diet. Some of these vegetables are kale, brussels sprouts and broccoli. I try to have at least one representative of the cruciferous family daily. I choose them in a variety of formats. They can be in green juice, smoothies, steamed or roasted. Did you know that cruciferous vegetables must be chopped, crushed or chewed well for the maximum health and medical benefits? Read more
Guidelines for supplements – Looking for better health? All of us want to feel better, but the modes and methods of execution are different. Some people are looking for easier solution like a PILL, however the others try to change the life style with better, more nutrient dense foods, more regular and more strenuous exercise and proper supplementation. Read more
Probiotics and prebiotics – A healthy gastrointestinal tract with adequate mucus production and appropriate bacterial colonization prevents the overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria, modulates disease processes, and prevents widespread inflammatory disorders… Read more
Cellular upregulation – There is no such thing as a “miracle pill”. Dr. Silverman addresses the science behind cellular upregulation via two nuclear transcription factors NRF2, and NRF1 is described by Dr. Silverman. She challenges people to enjoy a happier life by living healthier. Read more
A regular exercise routine is critical to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. It’s important for individuals to incorporate exercise into their weekly schedule. For some, you may enjoy personal development athletic activities such as yoga, running, swimming or perhaps you are interested in activities you can do with others, such as golfing, soccer or a variety of team sports. The key thing is that you maintain activity and movement as part of your routine. For those who maintain fitness levels, they maintain an overall healthier lifestyle. This is something I value greatly. I will be posting a variety of articles and blog posts that address the importance of fitness and health.
According to Canadian Mental Health Association, nearly 20% of Canadians will personally experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Mental illness indirectly affects all Canadians at some time through a family member, friend or colleague. Mental illness affects people of all ages, educational and income levels, and cultures. Approximately 8% of adults will experience major depression at some time in their lives. About 1% of Canadians will experience bipolar disorder (or “manic depression”).
These stats are in need of change. People need hope and happiness. It’s my desire to bring about as much education and information as possible to help people truly discover mental happiness, which will then ultimately affect every aspect of their health and their lifestyles.