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Setting Up Your Nutrition Programs 101

by Stephanie Long (www.stephanielong.ca) Should I offer one-off consults for my nutrition clients? How about a month long program? Why not just create a group program and forget the 1-1 coaching? How do I even structure my sessions? Ever heard yourself asking these...

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7 Must Do’s to Get More Followers on Facebook

by Sheree Evans (Healthinomics). The best way to get more followers on Facebook these days is when your page is flooding with insights, and that’s no easy task. We all know that Facebook is a social media channel heaving with many potential new customers or purchaser...

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How to Promote Your Free Offer to Grow Your Email List

You probably understand the importance of building an email list of full of prospective clients, but it may be confusing to know exactly how to promote your free off to grow your email list (without paying for ads). In this episode, we’re sharing 5 ways to promote...

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The coronavirus has affected small businesses

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting small businesses in different ways. I asked business coaches and health and wellness experts five questions: What has changed in your non-business life? How has the coronavirus pandemic affected your business so far? What have you...

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Refresh Your Skin Naturally: Your Skin, Your Story

  Skin is our largest organ. Weighing in at approximately six pounds and covering twenty-two square feet on an average-sized person. The skin is charged with the essential job of guarding the body against extreme temperatures, damaging sunlight and harmful...

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Common Digestive Problems and Solutions

Some of the most common digestive issues Canadians face include heartburn and intestinal discomfort due to bloating and gas. Although sometimes these symptoms can be associated with other conditions, they are most often a result of the type of food we have consumed....

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Get your Gut to the Gym

One of the most over-looked areas of improving digestion is the role exercise plays in enhancing gut health. Light exercise releases nerve signalling hormones, called neurotransmitters that stimulate the contraction of the muscles surrounding the intestines. This...

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Enhance your inner eco-system

The digestive system requires a delicate balance of a diverse concoction of acids, bases, enzymes and microbes to function properly. So how do we support this “inner eco-system”? It is crucial that fibre is a regular part of our diets. Most Canadians have insufficient...

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