It is true that as children grow their appetite can ebb and flow, matching whatever stage of growth they’re in. But there are some children who develop fussy eating habits that become a stress, and concern, for their parents. Continue reading
Many adults have terrible memories of their mothers forcing them to drink down a spoonful of cod liver oil as children. However, you should be thanking your mothers because brain development was likely improved due to that delicious spoonful! Continue reading
When we think of boosting our immune system, what often comes to mind is eating extra oranges to boost our vitamin C, taking drops of Echinacea or holding oregano oil under your tongue.
While these are great immune boosters, how can we really build the immune system? Continue reading
By Dr. Quinn Rivet, ND
What if there was something that was free, you could carry with you 24 hours a day, you can turn on anytime, uses little electricity, doesn’t come in a bottle, it’s good for your brain by increasing circulation to the hippocampus, stimulates the reward centers of the brain, decreases aches, pains and inflammatory markers in the blood, can help your will-power, is able to decrease depression and helps give an optimistic outlook on life, and did I mention it was free? Would you be interested? Continue reading
Precision Medicine is a revolutionary new model of medicine that selects the appropriate and best therapies for an individual patient based on diagnostic testing, with DNA genetic testing being at the forefront of precision medicine. Continue reading
Have you heard about Detox? Are you considering if you should be doing one? Why would you do one? Which is right for me? Continue reading
The vegetable most commonly associated with fall brings a smile to most faces in October. Cucurbits maxima from the Curcurbitaceae family (aka pumpkin from the squash family) is currently appearing in most Starbucks lattes and bakery shelf pies. Continue reading
Hello everyone. I am currently attending a very interesting conference by the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) in Atlanta, GA. Such a great city, with incredible history and spectacular weather. Continue reading
It’s that time again! Back to school. Summer definitely went quickly in Vancouver. I hope it was a wonderful summer and now you are ready to get back to routine with the start of the fall season.
After summer vacation some of you may find it difficult to get back to a routine. I have some great suggestions for nutrients that can help increase your energy and give you the boost you need to get back on track for back to school. Continue reading
IV nutrient therapy is gaining a lot of popularity thanks to the media, but it by no means is a new therapy and has been performed by Naturopathic Doctors for decades.