Category Archives: Health & Wellneess

Copeman Corner: 5 Easy Nutrition Strategies

By Abigail Quigley | January 2, 2020

5 EASY NUTRITION STRATEGIES FOR A LIFETIME OF HEALTHY SKIN   1. FOCUS ON A PLANT-BASED DIET Try to include vitamin A- and C-rich fruits and vegetables in your diet. Both are antioxidants and contain anti-inflammatory properties, which promote cell reproduction and combat cell damage. Vitamin C supports proper wound-healing (this includes those popped pimples!). Read More

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Pure Health Hub: What Is Menopause and Perimenopause?

By Abigail Quigley | January 1, 2020

For decades, menopause has been a part of a negative narrative. This has led to vast numbers of women feeling unprepared and unsure of how to even define this stage of life. Shirley Weir, founder of MenopauseChicks.com, has made “Definitions” the first social learning unit for members in her growing private online community. “We simply Read More

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Pure Health Hub – Vitamin B3

By Abigail Quigley | November 29, 2019

VITAMIN B3: AN ESSENTIAL NUTRIENT IN HEALTHY AGING YING WANG, BSC. PHARM., RPH.   What is vitamin B3? Vitamin B3 is an essential nutrient for all humans. It comes in three forms: niacin, niacinamide, and nicotinamide riboside (NR), all of which have been shown through scientific research to have therapeutic value. What does vitamin B3 Read More

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Pure Health Hub – Iron Deficiency Anemia

By Abigail Quigley | November 1, 2019

Iron is one of the most essential minerals for maintaining health and wellness. Despite its vital role in the body, iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional disorders in Canada. Iron deficiency can manifest in a myriad of symptoms, ranging from mildly bothersome to debilitating. What is iron deficiency and how common is Read More

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Copeman Corner – 5 Easy Nutrition Strategies For a Lifetime of Healthy Skin

By Abigail Quigley | November 1, 2019

1. FOCUS ON A PLANT-BASED DIET Try to include vitamin A- and C-rich fruits and vegetables in your diet. Both are antioxidants and contain anti-inflammatory properties, which promote cell reproduction and combat cell damage. Vitamin C supports proper wound-healing (this includes those popped pimples!). It’s also vital for collagen production. Rich in both vitamins A Read More

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