As the amount of plastic showing up in our environment becomes an increasing concern, it is the small things that we can do to help prevent more damage to our beautiful planet. It’s not only our children who need to pack lunches, but many of us in the working community ..Continue Reading
Fiber is a plant-based nutrient that when consumed, can help control hunger, lower cholesterol, lower your risk of diabetes, and maintain digestive health which supports detoxification pathways. Fiber can be found in nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables so there will be no steak on this menu! Join Holistic Nutritionist and ..Continue Reading
As we enter the Spring season we start to clean up. Here are our top 10 tips to assist with cleaning our lives: Slay the Sugar Dragon. Starting in October we participate in many celebrations that seem to involve decadent sugary treats from Thanksgiving to Easter. Spring is a great ..Continue Reading
Perhaps you have heard the tales; worse than the stories of having to walk uphill both ways to and from school in a snowstorm. These are the tales your mother may tell of one of the classic signs of menopause The Hot Flash! So for National Women’s Health Month, lets ..Continue Reading
This month let’s focus on bringing in the new year and how our team of professionals can assist you with making 2018 the most successful year ever. With the start of a new year, it is natural to be desirous of making new changes. The research indicates that 80% of ..Continue Reading
Each year July 24 is recognized as International Self-Care Day (ISD). This is a worldwide campaign designed to bring awareness to the importance of self-care and to encourage the general public to practice responsible self-care 24 hours a day seven days a week. At the Lavallee Health Centre, we understand ..Continue Reading
May 7, 2017 is National Child and Youth Mental Health Day, and this year we’re challenging you to connect with youth in our community. Currently 15% of Canadian youth are facing mental health challenges. That number significantly increases when we look at how this crisis impacts the family unit and ..Continue Reading
The aim of the Balance Program is to cultivate an awareness of True Self. We guide our clients on a journey of re-alignment with their true potential.
Education is one of the pillars of naturopathic medicine and an important way that our NDs share their knowledge and give back to the Ottawa Valley.
Naturopathic Doctors rely on a variety of options to assist their patients when developing treatment options.