Super 10 is in all our washrooms, laundry room, kitchen, garage and cars. It’s powerful enough for those tough jobs but safe enough for my boys to help with the chores. One of my favourite things that it does is eliminate odour! With two boys, a large dog and a cat it works wonders to remove spots and odour.Continue reading
When you wake up in the morning you may have been asleep, but your body wasn’t. While you were catching your much needed ZZZ’s, your body’s systems were hard at work cleaning up the metabolic debris of yesterday and preparing for the challenges of tomorrow. That activity consumes a lot of nutrients and often leaves us in a bit of nutritional debt that may set you up for all sorts of problems, from day-to-day fatigue to a fast track path to chronic disease. Science tells us a simple solution for avoiding this is to refuel each morning…. meaning eat your breakfast!Continue reading
Arciero, a member of the advisory board of the American Heart Association and a fellow of both the American College of Sports Medicine and the Obesity Society, conducted a study (published by The Journal of Applied Physiology) of 57 individuals between the ages of 35 and 57 who could clearly be described as out of shape.
In conducting this 16-week trial, Arciero randomly divided participants into 3 groups. Each group consumed 60 grams of protein daily, but exercised differently:Continue reading
Written by: Dr. Diane E. Clayton, Ph.D.
Researchers from Imperial College London have examined 95 studies on fruit and vegetable intake, covering all regions of the world. The team concluded that the greatest protection against diseases and premature death occurs with a daily consumption of 10 portions of fruits and vegetables. They attributed the protection effects to the “complex network of nutrients they hold”.Continue reading
Here’s three key questions to consider before deciding if a CoQ10 supplement is right for you:Continue reading
Written by Dr. Masís
In a previous blog about probiotics, we discussed the top things you need to do about these special microbes (or tiny forms of life such as bacteria, viruses and fungi) that thrive in different parts of your body, particularly in your gut! To recap, probiotics are microbes that help support your intestinal microbial ecosystem and balance.1 So now that you know a little bit more about probiotics, you have no doubt also become aware of the term prebiotic and are probably thinking—yes there’s more to know than just probiotics! Prebiotics do differ from probiotics in many ways. Think of prebiotics as a fuel source for the beneficial bacteria in your gut.Continue reading
Whether you’re an elite athlete, a keen sportsperson, or you’re just trying to manage or lose weight, building and retaining muscle is always a good thing. It’s well known that protein consumption after resistance type exercise helps build muscle, but the effect that this has on subsequent appetite was unknown. In a study conducted by scientists working in the U.K. the effect of calorie equal carbohydrate-only and protein-only drinks on post-exercise appetite were compared.1Continue reading
According to research conducted at the Nottingham Diseases Centre in the U.K., having your food in liquid form – as a smoothie or soup, for example – helps you stay full for an hour longer than if you eat them in solid form. Anyone craving a smoothie?1Continue reading