By Dr. Shawna Darou, ND One thing that I’m very passionate about is preventative healthcare. There is so much we can do with nutrition, exercise, stress reduction, targeted supplements and understanding your personal risk factors. On a very basic level, something as simple as how you fill your grocery cart is part of preventative medicine. For example, one clear area where preventive care is often
By Dr. Shawna Darou, ND and Nicole McMurray, B.Sc, RMT For the average person, our bone mass peaks when we are in our 30’s, and then starts to decline from that point on. So, we wanted to share some things everyone can do to improve their bone health. When most of us think about improving bone density, we think of calcium and calcium rich foods.
Naturopathic Care: Approaching your life and health decisions from a place of preventative medicine can be very empowering. Many people feel that they will fall victim to illnesses or conditions that run in their families: breast cancer, diabetes, arthritis, difficult menopause, heart disease, weight difficulties. You can use the information in your family history to your advantage and create a preventative health program specifically targeted