10 Most Common Birth Control Pill Side Effects

The oral contraceptive pill, commonly referred to as “the pill,” is a form of hormonal contraception.  The pill is a highly effective method of birth control when taken correctly (at the same time… Continue reading

Study sheds light on link between PCOS and mental health

Past research has suggested that women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) are at greater risk for mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. Now, a new study suggests this may be down… Continue reading

You Are An Overcomer

You are an overcomer! Don’t let life’s challenges hold you back; sail through it. You are a great captain and you will certainly weather the storm!

How Does Inositol Compare With Metformin?

New research is starting to compare the benefits of inositol to metformin in women with PCOS. The results may surprise you! Why do we like inositol so much? Because of the numerous health… Continue reading

12 Basic Yoga Poses

Poses to Know No matter the style of yoga you choose — hatha, vinyasa, or hot yoga — nearly all of them include a few key moves. To stay safe, your best bet… Continue reading

Control Your Thoughts

“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven…” John Milton Have a wonderful week.

Why Moms-to-Be Should Just Say No to Alcohol

A pregnant mom of a 2-year-old was going to a “girls’ night” with some friends and wanted to know if it was OK to drink a little bit of wine. She didn’t want… Continue reading

What Does Fibre Do To Our Body?

Fibre is generally one of the most important elements you should add to your daily diet. Fibre is good for digestion and less in calories which makes it ideal for weight loss. According… Continue reading

Healthy Foods That Become Dangerous

Any food can harm your health when it is consumed in excess. It is just a matter of understanding how much you can eat or how much your body needs. Your body requires… Continue reading

Secrets Of Healthy Eating And Portion Control

Eat Less Just two problem foods — solid fats and added sugars — count for about 800 of our daily calories. That’s almost half the calories an average woman should have in a… Continue reading