November 2021

Month

Prepared by Joanna Brown, C.H.N.C. The holidays are a time for happiness, quality family time and relaxation, right? If only it would be that ideal. The stress levels shoot up in many people during the holiday season. There are so many decisions to make, things to do, people to see, and obligations to meet. The...
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Prepared by: Tamryn Burgess, R.H.N.| honestlyholistic.com If we asked you what we recommend as the number one tool to immediately start experiencing relief from anxiety and stress, not to mention improve your overall health and well-being, would you know the answer? Many people sit and mull this over, not realizing that the tool we are...
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Prepared by: Sharon K. Summerfield, R.H.N.| nourishedexecutive.ca Over the past 18 months rates of Burnout have increased. Transitions from working in the office to working at home, have accelerated the intensity. Technology continues to be a blessing and a curse. My definition of Burnout: Being exhausted on every level. The joy you once felt is...
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Action #1 Tell the new Minister of Health, The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, to stop Health Canada’s proposal for corporate self-regulation of new genetically engineered foods. Click here to send your instant email from www.cban.ca/NoExemptions. Action #2 Calling all organizations! Are you part of a local, regional or national group? CBAN is asking organizations to sign...
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Yesterday Nation Rising shared on our social media the news that the Province of Ontario is forking over $14M to help create a “swine research centre” in Elora, Ontario. The purpose they say is to use technology for “several research projects including animal health, nutrition and welfare, nutrient management, and reproduction among others”. As you...
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Ever thought of starting your own business? Chara Marie Krangle, R.H.N. had various roles before taking the leap to launch her own business where she combines her passions for nutrition, fitness, and helping people live their best lives.
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A career path isn’t always linear. Many CSNN graduates take their unique education and skills and combine it with their holistic nutrition diploma to create something new. Melissa Sorge, R.H.N., combines her dance background and holistic nutrition training into The Body Project. This is a post-secondary dance education program with a holistic focus. Read on...
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