What’s Happening in the Clinic?




A Few Words from our Experts:


In the recent times, many people have been diagnosed with a leaky gut syndrome, which is also known as intestinal permeability. The alarming situation is that most people who are suffering from it might not be aware of it. It is now stated that over 65% of the youth population in North America and over 95% of people diagnosed with Autoimmune have this condition. In this article, we will guide you about what exactly is a leaky gut, what causes it and how can you can treat this condition.

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Seeing indications of candida overgrowth is fairly common in the clinic when looking at live blood cell samples under the microscope. Candida albicans is a form of yeast, an opportunistic fungus that, when allowed to grow out of control, results in symptoms including digestive disturbances, skin eruptions, fatigue, weight gain, and brain fog. It is a normal part of our gut flora, and usually coexists peacefully in that environment, however under the right (or should I say wrong) conditions, the population can get out of control and cause problems.  Click here to read the full article.

Ayurvedic Medicine is Now Being Offered at The Root of Health!

Meet Ismat Dhala-Nathani, Doctorate of Natural Medicine & Registered Ayurvedic Practitioner.

Ismat’s professional background is in Natural health care, with a specialty in Traditional Indian medicine. With over 25 years of experience, she has treated many health conditions and served many people. Ismat has always been willing to share her knowledge and insights, educating her clients/patients as an integral part of their treatments.

In client/patient care she focuses on the person’s wellbeing while treating their conditions, her expertise lies in her ability to asses the person’s health needs and treat it effectively with Ayurveda, Yoga and Indian Naturopathy.

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Drink More Water!

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Zucchini Rainbow Salad 

by Paula Porter, CNP, NNCP

This delicious and beautiful salad is easy to prepare, and full of phytonutrients and antioxidants. Add some grilled chicken or shrimp and it would make a delicious meal. If you haven’t tried “zoodles” (zucchini noodles), you are missing out!  Click here to see the full recipe!