Dear readers: What obstacles do you face when offering yourself better care?

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This Women’s Health Month, we’ll be highlighting the journeys of five amazingly courageous women and their paths to self-discovery, self-acceptance and self-care. We want to empower and recognize their bravery and hope that their stories inspire you to make decisions that help you feel your best.  Many of us might not find it easy or natural to take care of … Read More

Dear readers: How do you navigate health struggles and nurture healing?

Woman sitting on mountain top, watching the sunset with her back to the camera

This Women’s Health Month, we’ll be highlighting the journeys of five amazingly courageous women and their paths to self-discovery, self-acceptance and self-care. We want to empower and recognize their bravery and hope that their stories inspire you to make decisions that help you feel your best.  Dear readers, Let’s take a moment to recognize the courage it takes to confront … Read More

Dear readers: How do you embrace your authentic self?

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This Women’s Health Month, we’ll be highlighting the journeys of five amazingly courageous women and their paths to self-discovery, self-acceptance and self-care. We want to empower and recognize their bravery and hope that their stories inspire you to make decisions that help you feel your best.  Dear readers, In a world that often dictates who we should be, embracing our … Read More

Navigating the path to parenthood with CanPrev’s fertility formulas

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Embarking on the journey towards parenthood is an incredibly exciting and deeply personal experience. Whether you’re just starting to consider expanding your family or you’ve been on this path for some time, it’s only natural to have questions and seek guidance along the way. We’re here to help lighten the load and clear away the confusion as you navigate your … Read More

A beginner’s guide to lymphatic drainage

Woman getting a lymphatic drainage massage

Have you thanked your body recently? It works tirelessly on a daily basis to keep you healthy. From making sure we’re absorbing all the nutrients from the foods we eat to eliminating toxins and waste products, the human body does a lot for us. However, there are times when our bodies could benefit from a helping hand. That’s where lymphatic … Read More

Finding comfort in community

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There’s no denying that life is filled with a variety of experiences, whether they’re happy, exciting moments or a little more on the difficult side such as dealing with a sudden loss or facing grief. But throughout these moments, having a group of trusted people to lean on and share your struggles and joys with can make a huge difference … Read More

The basics of blood sugar levels

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PMS, fatigue, sugar cravings… Do these symptoms sound familiar? They can be signs that your blood sugar levels are imbalanced. From regulating our energy levels and eating patterns to working with hormones involved in our menstrual cycles, our blood sugar levels play a significant role in keeping us healthy. It’s safe to say that an imbalance in blood sugar levels … Read More

The link between screen time & skin health

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Technology has become a major part of our daily lives. From online meetings and social media platforms to streaming services like Netflix and Disney Plus, screens are all around us. This means that we’re spending a lot more time staring at these screens. While you may be aware that screens can affect the wellbeing of your eyes, the same is … Read More

4 herbs to naturally support menopause

Chasteberry beside a cup of tea

Have you found yourself dealing with hot flashes, night sweats, acne? These are all common symptoms of menopause, which is a natural part of aging. With menopause comes a change in hormones, including a decline in estrogen around your early 40s. This triggers a wide range of symptoms that can almost feel like a second coming of age! The good … Read More

The power of self-advocacy

Tanya Salituro

Speaking up for yourself can be a tough and scary thing to do, especially when it comes to your health and wellbeing. Tanya Salituro, founder of CanPrev, mom of 4, and breast cancer survivor knows this all too well. During an interview with The Tonic, Tanya speaks about her personal journey with battling cancer. As a young adult, putting herself … Read More