Production Toxicity: Slow Down and Unplug

Production Toxicity: Slow Down and Unplug

There are about 7.26 billion cell phone users around the world (1). There are over 31 million cell phone users in Canada and over 327 million in the United States (2). This means that there is a cell phone for almost every single person on the planet.  According to a...

Collagen: What Is Collagen and Should You Supplement? (Part 2/2)

Collagen: What Is Collagen and Should You Supplement? (Part 2/2)

Collagen supplements have become increasingly popular for joint, bone, skin, and connective tissue health. But what is collagen and do you really need it? Collagen is the primary connective tissue protein and the most abundant protein in your body. It is absolutely...

Managing GERD – Other Ways to Help Heartburn (Part 2 of 2)

Managing GERD – Other Ways to Help Heartburn (Part 2 of 2)

In part 1 of this GERD series, you learned about what GERD is, its symptoms, and common underlying issues hiding behind acid reflux and heartburn. In part 2, I want to go over my recommendations on how to manage GERD and improve your symptoms naturally. Let’s get into...

GERD: The Importance of Stomach Acid (Part 1 of 2)

GERD: The Importance of Stomach Acid (Part 1 of 2)

rAcid reflux, heartburn, feeling a lump in your throat and disrupted sleep. Are you dealing with these symptoms on a daily basis? You may be dealing with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) due to a backflow of stomach acid. Don’t worry, I’ve got you. In a two-part...

Mast Cells and Autism

Mast Cells and Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month. There isn’t a better way to mark this occasion but to discuss lesser-known factors that may play a role in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Though there are countless studies on the connection between mast cells and autism, the role and...

Dr. Gannage’s Top Tips for Weight Loss

Dr. Gannage’s Top Tips for Weight Loss

​The internet is flooded with dietary tips, calorie-counting strategies, meal plans, low-calorie, low-fat, low-carb processed foods, fad diets, and weight loss plans. Unfortunately, these fad diets are usually not effective. More often than not, they lead to...

Post-pandemic Wellness — What I Recommend

Post-pandemic Wellness — What I Recommend

total Our pre-pandemic lives seem like a distant memory. It’s been over two years since the novel coronavirus has appeared. The world is now transitioning to a post-pandemic world where we are learning to deal with COVID-19, and news about it, as a normal part of...

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