Just as we change through the decades our skin-care regiment needs to change too. Our body craves nutrients in different amounts as we grow older and getting the balance right can help us to enhance overall health and maintain beautiful skin. Try a more holistic approach to skin care including: the best topical treatments, natural health products and foods for skin care in our 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond.
Each year millions of Canadians are affected by digestive disorders, making a healthy digestive system integral to our overall health. The good news is we can learn to trust our gut with simple tips, including whole foods, natural health products, and exercises. All of which can easily be incorporated into your daily routine to enhance your inner ecosystem.
A new year means new and exciting approaches to natural health. To kick-start your New Year’s health regime, we have compiled the top new trends for natural living in 2015. This year’s exciting new approaches to natural health will span from multi-functional and integrative products like oils and fermented foods, to effective and high-quality supplements and certifications.
Each year many of us make resolutions and think about ways we are going to be healthier in the year ahead. To help the Canadian Health Food Association has identified the top trends to look for this year which include; new and interesting oils with health benefits, digestive health, fermented foods, pumpkin and product certification (Certified Organic and non-GMO Project Verified).
With the abundance of chemicals in day-to-day products it can be difficult to figure out where and when to go natural. In fact there are three home toxin hotspots; kitchen (cleaners), laundry (detergents), bathroom (cosmetics). Each of these hotspots contain some particularly nasty ingredients including harsh irritants, potential carcinogens, hormone disruptors and aquatic environmental hazards we all need to be aware of.