2018 Open House
Relax, Enjoy Refreshments & Attend Complimentary Lectures.
Saturday May 5, 2018
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
55 City Centre Dr, Suite 701, Mississauga, ON
(North of Burnamthorpe, West of Hurontario at Square One)
Supporting the Adrenals through Herbal Stress Solutions
With Chris Lamont RH
Stress has become normal in our fast-paced modern world. In small doses, stress is a beneficial part of life, but can cause a host of health problems when it becomes chronic. The adrenal glands are profoundly affected by stress. Their over-exertion can have wide-ranging consequences from sleep problems to impaired immune function, lowered sex drive, lack of energy and depression, to name just a few. The good news is that there are plenty of things that we can do to protect ourselves against the negative effects of chronic stress. As demonstrated by science and tradition, the plant world has unique and effective tools to offer that can’t be found elsewhere. Join Chris Lamont, Registered Herbalist while he explores the wide range of herbal medicines that are available to address not only the symptoms, but also the causes of stress-related adrenal fatigue.
Nutrition & Health: The Fundamentals:
Essential Nutrients for a Healthy Body – an Orthomolecular Perspective
With Paul Demeda CNP
Nutrients have important roles for maintaining health and promoting healing. Yet many people are not aware of which nutrients are essential, how much of them they need, why they need them, or how to tell if they are deficient.
The orthomolecular approach to using nutrients looks at supporting individual needs, backed by nutritional research and an understanding of human biochemistry.
In this lecture, Paul Demeda, Holistic Nutritionist, will discuss key nutrient issues to consider from an orthomolecular perspective.
Nutritional Symptomatology Part 1:
Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention through Nutrition
With Dan Zaharie BA, CNP
People with high cholesterol live the longest. The focus on high cholesterol as the main cause of heart attacks and strokes is woefully misguided; medical studies show that lowering your cholesterol won’t actually lower the risk.
In this session, we’ll discuss the clinically proven indicators of cardiovascular disease such as insulin, cortisol, testosterone, homocysteine, thyroid insufficiency and how you can embrace and make your cholesterol, your friend.
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• Book Sale
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