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The Power of Positive Self-Talk

The world is full of pretty and shiny things that promise to take our woes away and make us happy. Although we tend to think that a new haircut, better job or different body are the tickets to smiley-land, experts… Continue Reading →

Environmental Working Group’s Guide to Eating Seafood

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has long been famous for their Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen guide to purchasing produce.  It rates produce based on the pesticide and herbicide residue, and recommends for or against consuming certain varieties of fruit… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Ways to Keep Your Energy Up this Fall

With Fall upon us, we all have to resist the urge tuck in and sleep until April. The days are cooler, the nights are longer, and energy is naturally lower.  Instead of giving in to the urge to hibernate, follow… Continue Reading →

Vitamins D, K and B12

The human body is an amazing thing; Did you know that your body can manufacture 3 vitamins all on our own?  But, just because we can, doesn’t mean we do…. Vitamin D Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, is used by… Continue Reading →

Are you addicted to sugar?

You may not know that you are; it lurks in some unsuspecting places like salad dressing and cooking sauces.  The average Canadian consumes 26 teaspoons per day from natural and added sugar sources, which is the equivalent to 85 lbs… Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Water!

Did you know that our bodies are made up of at least 60% water?  And that water is involved in nearly all bodily functions from digestion to circulation?  It is therefore crucially important that we are properly hydrated at all… Continue Reading →

Sunscreen and Skin Care

It’s that time of year again! Sun is shining, the bikes and barbeques are out, and our skin is absorbing sunlight, making vitamin D, and giving us that long missed summer glow.  But unfortunately the tan that makes us feel… Continue Reading →

Nutritional Panel

The Canadian government is overhauling our nutritional panel and ingredients guidelines, and they’d like you’re input! The nutritional panel is the little boxes stating the caloric, macro-nutrient, and micro-nutrients contained in packaged foods and the % Daily Value that they… Continue Reading →

What is the “Pain Body”?

I am fascinated and motivated, throughout my work, to assist my clients in understanding the purpose and healing of emotional “pain”.  Eckhart Tolle says, “There is such a thing as old emotional pain living inside you. It is an accumulation… Continue Reading →

Body Image and Sexuality

The warmer weather of spring often has people think of “back on track” after a long winter filled with comfort foods and activities indoors that cold weather invites.  This week it made me think about body image and our sexuality! … Continue Reading →

Get Relaxed About Stress

Does your blood boil when sitting in bumper to bumper traffic? Do your muscles tighten and tense when you’re running late for an appointment? Do you get anxious, confused, irritated, forgetful or weepy, when life simply becomes too much? We all know… Continue Reading →

Camille’s Radio Chat

Visit this link to listen to Camille talk about Hormones, Peri-menopause and sexuality.

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