Category Archives: Treatments

Hair Thinning, Combining Treatments to Improve Outcome

Dr. Natalie Waller, ND

Dr. Natalie Waller, ND

Hair thinning as we age is concerning, however, rest assured that it is quite normal. The majority of men will begin to notice thinning in their mid-thirties, although some will begin this process much younger. Women, begin to notice thinning in their 40’s and don’t tend to experience the same extent of loss as men. Continue reading

Considering Gallbladder Health in the Treatment of Constipation

Dr. Tasreen Alibhai, N.D.

Dr. Tasreen Alibhai

In past newsletters I frequently write about ways to improve digestive health and reduce a bloated belly. With summer just around the corner, this is a great time to discuss constipation and its impact on your health including a bloated belly.

Many adults and children suffer from constipation. Approximately 1 in 4 Canadians experience constipation. Continue reading

Histamine – In The Nose And In The Gut

Dr. Jennifer Luis, B.Sc., B.Ed., N.D.

Dr. Jennifer Luis, B.Sc., B.Ed., N.D.

Histamine and it’s reaction to the body are often a hot topic in the the spring. Seasonal allergies lead to high amounts of histamine being released in mucus membranes such as the eyes and nose and for some people the small capillaries of the skin. Hives and itchy, watery eyes with a runny nose are common reactions to excess histamine. However, histamine also causes reactions in the gut and other organs when the body is overloaded. Continue reading