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Boost Your Walking Session Intensity for Fat-burning

Posted November 19, 2020

If you can’t walk 60 min like described in the previous post use these tips to up the intensity Add hills (steps if no hills nearby) or intervals to your walks to increase the intensity and calorie burn. After a Read the full article…

Timing Your Walking Workout for Fat Loss

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Walking versus running helps to burn fat, does not cause stress on the thyroid and does not spike cortisol like routinely completing a 30 to 45 minute run/jog would. Think of this –  it’s best to stick to long, low Read the full article…

Ever Wondered What Supplements Dr. Natasha Turner Takes and Why?

Posted November 27, 2019

As weather has cooled and life is hectic I find myself changing up my supplement routines a bit. It is always wise to check in with your Naturopathic Doctors once a season to re-evaluate your supplements and bloodwork. Depending on Read the full article…

Four Ways To Help Burn More Calories This Spring

Posted March 28, 2018

With Spring officially here (at least according to the calendar if not yet the weather), there’s a certain level of excitement to ditch the Winter clothing and get your mojo going for the season. Here are four sure-fire ways to Read the full article…

Six things that seem bad for you but just might not be (in moderation)

Posted February 20, 2018

by Dr. Natasha Turner ND Whether it’s the first day of your diet or just an overall promise to live a healthier lifestyle, it likely involves putting a few items onto a mental do-not-touch list. We all know, however, that Read the full article…

The Secret To Keeping Your Mind And Body Young

Posted July 16, 2016

Though it sounds like a mouthful, acetylcholine is important for many of the body’s key functions. Healthy acetylcholine levels are important for strong, healthy, metabolically active muscles and it improves tissue health, muscle growth, skin tone, bone density and fat Read the full article…

Carbs, Fat and Protein: Are all Calories Created Equal? 

Posted June 30, 2016

Does it really matter where the source of your calories come from? Are all calories created equal? If you put ten people in a room you may just get ten different answers. What comprises the food items on your plate Read the full article…

Energize Your Workout And Boost Your Thermogenic Rate

Posted June 24, 2016

Feeling sluggish in the morning and trying to get your energy levels up before your workout? Your metabolism might need a boost to help expel those built-up toxins. Get your energy back up with these five tips for boosting your Read the full article…

Keep Your Summer Stamina Up And Your Stress Down

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Whether you are training for an event, or just juggling a busy schedule it’s hard to get from point A to point B when you are running out of steam halfway through the day. Try these six tips to boost Read the full article…

How To Balance Your Hormones With Exercise

Posted June 15, 2016

One big lesson my patients learn when first coming to see me that their optimal results from exercise are all about illiciting the right hormonal response. And when it comes to exercise and its effect on hormones – more is Read the full article…