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  • Live Blood Cell & Allergy Testing Clinic Toronto Beaches

    We have confirmed our next Toronto Beaches Live Blood Cell and Allergy Testing Clinic for Saturday April 28th. Many clients have participated in our previous Toronto Beaches clinics and always ask when and why they should do it again? I can tell you that how we feed our bodies and mind with the proper nutrition and supplementation will either allow our cells to reproduce at a more healthy and optimal level. Typically, our skin cells are known to constantly be shed and then renewed. Red blood cells make their repetitive journey through our bloodstream with a lifetime of about 3-4 months. This is a perfect time to follow up with another test to see if the recommendations Jan ....

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  • National Cupcake Day 2018! Yayyyyy!

    It's National Cupcake Day for 2018!! Have you had a great cupcake but then regretted the amount of sugar and calories you just ate? What about the gluten aspect making you feel a little bloated perhaps? Try this recipe for a delicious Gluten-Free and Sugar-Free Coconut Chocolate Cupcake. Leave a comment and let me know how you enjoyed them ;-) ....

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  • Water

    Water The Simple Look Without food, you could survive for almost two months, but without water, you would be lucky to last two weeks. The general recommendation for the consumption of water is 8 to 10 eight oz. glasses per day. Post-exercise, the body can handle up to eight ounces of fluids every 20 minutes or so. It is suggested that ingested fluids be cooler than ambient temperature (between 15 ° and 22 ° C or 59 ° and 72 ° F), with the addition of the proper amount of carbohydrate and electrolytes if the activity is longer than one hour. Water loss of nine to 12% of your body weight can be fatal. Second only to oxygen, water is the most important ....

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  • Toxins Stored in Fat Cells Detrimental in The Long Run

    Many clients join BodySculpt to become healthier and losing weight is a big factor for most newbie’s to exercise. Although exercise is a crucial part of the equation I always have to stress the nutrition component is of utmost importance to understand and change. Adipose tissue (AT) is involved in several physiological functions, including metabolic regulation, energy storage, and endocrine functions. In a recent review from EHP (Environmental Health Perspective) they examined the evidence that an additional function of AT is to modulate persistent organic pollutant (POP) toxicity through several mechanisms. As a storage compartment for lipophilic POPs, AT plays a critical ....

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  • Teeter Totter Core Exercise

    Want to work on your core but don't want to do the same ol' same ol'? Try this pilates core exercise. https://vimeo.com/233861672 ....

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  • Eating Dirt Is Good For You!

    What? Haven't you heard that dirt is our friend? If you read some of the most recent studies on how we have gone away with the dirt in our world to try and stay healthy you will find that could be the furthest thing from the truth and worst thing you could possibly do. Check out a recent article. https://blog.bulletproof.com/health-benefits-of-dirt/ ....

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