Sleep Support

Essential Oils for Sleep

Essential Oils for Sleep Insomnia affects almost everyone at some time in their life, but for many it can be a chronic problem, affecting their waking hours with symptoms like fatigue, trouble concentrating, low mood, and poor memory. Some common causes for insomnia include anxiety, depression... Read More

Author: Amy Pelletier     Published: 2021-01-18

Blood Draw

Blog: Beyond Borrelia – co-infections in tick borne illness

Perhaps the most well known consequence of a tick bite is Lyme disease, or infection with Borrelia burgdorferi.  But we’re finding that this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to tick borne illness. Borrelia burgdorferi is one of many bugs that can be transmitted from a tick-bite.... Read More

Author: Carolyn Mukai     Published: 2020-08-12

Two Smoothies

Blood Orange Creamsicle Smoothie

Blood oranges are a favourite spring/summer treat of mine! They are sweet like oranges but have a subtle almost raspberry like aroma and flavor. Most of us are familiar with the nutritional benefits of oranges such as fiber and vitamin C.... but do you know about anthocyanins? The inner fruit of a... Read More

Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND     Published: 2020-08-05


COVID-19 Update March 22, 2020

COVID-19 Update March 22, 2020 The World Health Organization has declared the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Locally reported data, from the BC Center for Disease Control on March 19th, has confirmed 348 cases in... Read More

Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND     Published: 2020-03-23

Cancer Treatment

Getting Your Rear In Gear – During Cancer Treatment

After a cancer diagnosis, it’s common for exercise habits to drop on the daily priorities list. For those experiencing fatigue, pain, anxiety or schedule overwhelm, “exertion” is the last thing a patient may want to think about. However, studies actually show that those who can maintain or... Read More

Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND     Published: 2020-01-24

holiday season

Self-Care Tips For The Holiday Season

With the colder weather, shorter days, longer hours at the office and the inevitable parties & holiday gatherings, December can be a hard month on the body! All too often we burn the candle at both ends and wind up sick and rundown. Avoid the burnout and keep yourself feeling healthy this... Read More

Author: Dr. Alaina Overton, ND     Published: 2019-12-06

Peripheral neuropathy


Peripheral neuropathy is usually described as numbness, tingling, pain, prickling or burning that occurs in the hands or feet. In some cases, patients may experience weakness, difficulty with walking/movements or even loss of reflexes. Peripheral neuropathy occurs from injury to the peripheral... Read More

Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND     Published: 2019-11-29


Is It Stress? Food Intolerances? A Gut Bug? Stop Guessing, Get Tested

One of life’s biggest mysteries…when digestion is off. It’s normal to have an upset stomach from time to time, or an occasional bowl movement that isn’t formed or easy to pass, but when digestive symptoms persist, naturally, you begin to wonder… is is something I ate? Am I stressed? Do I... Read More

Author: Dr. Alaina Overton, ND     Published: 2019-10-18

Intravenous NAD+ for longevity, vitality and mitochondrial health

Can you say “nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide,” 5 times fast? Let me tell you, this anti-aging, cellular restorative therapy is worth the tongue-twisting! “NAD has emerged as a putative metabolic regulator of transcription, longevity and several age-associated diseases, including... Read More

Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND     Published: 2019-10-11

Accutane, Retinoids & Acids For Acne – What You Need To Know

Acne is a beast. A stubborn, multifaceted beast and no two patients are alike. This makes acne one of the most challenging conditions to treat - but the good news is, we’ve got options. Plenty of options. If you’re prepared for a major lifestyle overhaul, and can endure some trial and... Read More

Author: Dr. Alaina Overton, ND     Published: 2019-10-04

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