Observations from my clinical & fertility coaching practice with women and couples just like you who were once wishing to conceive, and who are now happy parents of thriving kids. I’ve been getting a ton of questions lately from women and couples wondering how to boost their fertility naturally. It’s a time in history when 1 in … Read more 3 Things My Most Fertile Clients Did Differently…To Get Pregnant & Have Healthy Babies
When I launched my 21-Day Fertility Cleanse Program, I was thrilled to witness the transformative power of food in the fertility and lives of women couples just like you. “Hi Elizabeth. The cleanse was great. I had more energy, I was watching what I was eating and provided healthier food options for my family….The best … Read more Fertility Cleanse Program is LIVE!
A guest blog post by my associate ND extraordinaire, Dr Katie Thomson Aitken. This Sunday, March 8, marks International Women’s Day, a celebration of women’s achievements and a call to action for greater equality. A celebration that began in the early 1900’s, it’s now celebrated throughout the world as a national holiday in many countries. … Read more Women’s Day in Guelph!
When I was 14 years old, I healed myself from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with one natural treatment. I’ll tell you what that was and why it worked. I’m also excited to show you 3 of my favourite places in Guelph where you and your family can enjoy all the same benefits of this natural treatment, all … Read more Weathering It: How Winter Healed Me + 3 Great Spots for Outdoor Winter Fun in Guelph
The primary reason why women discontinue breastfeeding in the first few months is inadequate supply of breastmilk. With breastfeeding being so important, the more we can do to provide breastfeeding moms with the supports they need, the better for individual and community health! As long as baby is growing and developing normally, and has normal … Read more Tips for Increasing Breastmilk Supply
Beat the Winter Blahs with Outdoor Exercise My number one tip for beating the “winter blahs” is to get outside into that winter weather with some outdoor activities that you enjoy. Cold weather exercise helps our bodies adapt to the lower temperatures so that we don’t suffer as much through cold winters. Outdoor exercise also … Read more Sticking to It: Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions to Exercise & Lose Weight this Winter
If you’ve ever made an appointment with your doctor to discuss fatigue, brain fog, heavy periods or a loss of your healthy stamina, she probably checked you for anemia, and for good reason. Women lose blood and iron with every period, and as many as 90% of us don’t consume enough iron to meet our … Read more Running Out of Steam? 2 Reasons Why Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You to Take More Iron
THANK YOU to so many of you who have already shared your story about how Naturopathic care has helped you. As we mentioned in our e-newsletter (sign up here) earlier this week, new regulations governing naturopathic practice are scheduled to take effect this summer. This is a change that’s welcomed by NDs across Ontario, with a … Read more Protect the natural health care you love – share your story
Naturopathic perinatal care includes supporting the spontaneous onset of labor, which helps to prevent the use of a cascade of medical interventions that may compromise the overall birthing experience for mother and child. “Naturopathic induction” involves strategies that support spontaneous, efficient labor by respecting and working with your body’s and the baby’s natural timing. Perinatal … Read more Naturopathic Labor Induction
Soups and stews are a mainstay for fall and winter meals. Easy on the digestion, warming, hydrating and oh-so-nourishing, soups and stews are also a great way to get a quick and healthy mid-week supper made with the help of leftover veggies, beans, lentils, meats and grains you’ve got in the fridge. Great soup begins … Read more Let’s Get Soupy