Optimizing Bone and Joint Health to Maintain your Active Lifestyle

by: Stephanie Bureau, ND  Bones & Joints Across the Lifespan  The musculoskeletal system is made up of the body’s skeleton, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints, and other connective tissue that supports and binds tissues and organs together. Its primary functions include supporting the body, allowing motion, and protecting vital organs. As such, it should come as no surprise that musculoskeletal health is absolutelyContinue reading “Optimizing Bone and Joint Health to Maintain your Active Lifestyle”

Mental health Over 50

Written by: Olivia Rose ND  Mental health conditions are common in the aging population with over 20% of seniors displaying low mood.1 Mood imbalances such as anxiousness, irritability, and persistent sadness are common conditions found in people over the age of 55.2 However, mental illness is not part of the natural aging process. There are many ways to support your mental well-being and brain as you age.  Continue reading “Mental health Over 50”

Keeping it Simple for your Multivitamin Needs

By: Janette Mason CNP  Almost 70% of adults take a multivitamin every day1. Of that, how many people pay special attention to what is in the bottle? Multi’s have been touted as an all-around “insurance policy” so it might surprise you that not all multivitamins are alike. In fact, shopping for a real insurance policy might mirror that of shopping for a multivitamin, suchContinue reading “Keeping it Simple for your Multivitamin Needs”

NEW! Omegessential Ultimate Fish Oil for Kids

*Coming soon! Available June 30, 2021* Written by: Dr. Danielle O’Connor ND Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) are a type of fat required by the body to establish and maintain overall well-being. They are called ‘essential’ because the human body is unable to synthesize them – they need to be acquired daily through diet. Omega-3s have been shown toContinue reading “NEW! Omegessential Ultimate Fish Oil for Kids”

Raising Strong Resilient Children

By: Stephanie Bureau, N.D.  Congratulations! You’re having a new baby. What an awesome privilege!  Now, buckle up for the ride of a lifetime!   Make no mistake – while raising children is without a doubt, one of the most beautiful and rewarding experiences in life, it also happens to be one of the most demanding, and at times confusing, frustrating, responsibilities any of us will ever have.   My name is Stephanie Bureau – I amContinue reading “Raising Strong Resilient Children”

Getting your kids to take their vitamins can be easy!

By Chelsea DeColle, CNP  How many parents have a child who has been a picky eater at some point in their lives? Likely most (of you) have experienced the difficulty of having to get very creative with foods or supplements to find a way to get adequate nutrition into your child. You are not alone in this challenge, as it is a common occurrence. InContinue reading “Getting your kids to take their vitamins can be easy!”

Top 3 Tools for Mental Health and Resilience

By: Olivia Rose ND   A recent 2020 survey confirmed that the COVID-19 pandemic has created extensive changes in the emotional wellbeing of the vast majority of adults.1 In the survey, the authors reported that half of the entire population sample experienced a pandemic-related emotional impact to a moderate or greater extent.1   With schools closed, families working from home together,Continue reading “Top 3 Tools for Mental Health and Resilience”

Collagen Craze!

By: Olivia Rose ND  Collagen supplements have become increasingly popular in the wellness world. Once only regarded as a dermal filler, collagen is now a go-to supplement for individuals hoping to boost their health from the inside-out. Whether the consumption is through foods such as bone broth, adding a powdered version to your morning coffee or byContinue reading “Collagen Craze!”

Natural Skin Solutions Across the Lifespan

By: Dr. Olivia Rose, ND Changes in the skin are inevitable throughout the stages of life. Environmental and lifestyle factors such as diet, sun exposure, alcohol intake and smoking status can all play a role in the health of your skin. However, an important, yet often overlooked factor in the appearance of the skin isContinue reading “Natural Skin Solutions Across the Lifespan”

PCOS: A multifactorial condition that requires a multifaceted approach

Written by: Jordan Robertson ND  Polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common hormonal condition in women and affects both metabolic hormones such as insulin and sex hormones such as estrogen, progesterone and testosterone1. The hallmark feature of PCOS is elevated insulin levels, which interferes with ovulation, elevates free testosterone and contributes to central weekend and increased cardiovascular riskContinue reading “PCOS: A multifactorial condition that requires a multifaceted approach”