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Our Toronto Naturopathic Clinic

We pride ourselves in providing science-based naturopathic medicine with respect and warmth. We are located in the North York Centre at Willowdale and Sheppard, in Toronto.

Since 2001, our naturopathic doctors have been leaders in women's health, hormones and fertility in naturopathic medicine.

Our naturopaths provide a full range of laboratory testing science-based therapeutics and nutrition as well as bio-identical hormones and dessicated thyroid.

Our Licensed Toronto Naturopaths

Our Naturopathic Doctors are registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. We are involved in teaching, writing, and research in addition to keeping busy clinical practices.

We were voted Best Naturopath by the Inside Toronto Readers Choice Awards for 2014, in the North York Mirror!

White Lotus Clinic was founded by

Increased Risk of Diabetes from Artificial Sweeteners

Zero-calorie sweeteners like Aspartame have long been used in diet sodas, as well as other low-cal foods. It’s been assumed that these sweeteners are healthier alternatives for sugar (especially for those trying to lose weight), but recent studies show that they actually do a lot of damage, and can even increase one’s risk of diabetes. Artificial Sweeteners and Diabetes Risk This past April, findings from a recent study were presented at the 2018 Experimental Biology conference in San Diego, CA. Brian Hoffmann, Ph.D., an assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin and the Marquette University, led the research. He wanted to know why, “Despite the addition of these non-caloric artificial ingredients to our everyday diets, there has still been…

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The Future of PCOS Healthcare: A Talk by Dr. Fiona

I was delighted to give this talk at the 2017 PCOS Challenge symposium, and have put it up on YouTube so everyone can access it! Watch and learn why PCOS is a such a special condition, and why it requires a medical approach that takes every woman’s unique needs, life situations, and systems into consideration. If you’d prefer to read the transcript instead, it’s posted on the website here.

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Flax Oil or Fish Oil: Which is Better for Treating Depression?

Fish oil is one of the most popular supplements around, as it has so many health benefits. Many studies show that when a person supplements their diet with Omega-3 fatty acids—particularly EPA and DHA—there’s a noticeable improvement in their overall mood. Many people take flax oil instead, as it also contains Omega-3 fatty acids, but is it as effective as fish oil for alleviating depression? Which of these two oils is the superior one? The Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments recently shared their findings that Omega-3 fatty acid supplements were effective in treating mild to moderate depression. The antidepressant effect from these supplements come into play because they modify serotonin transmissions in the brain. The fatty acids also…

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Vitamin D Deficiency, PCOS, and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

A recent study was done on women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) who also have a vitamin D deficiency. The study found that these women fare better when they taken higher doses of the vitamin. The women in the study had improved glucose and lipid metabolism markers when they increased their daily intake from 1,000 UI, to 4,000 UI. In another study (performed in 2015), another interesting correlation was found between PCOS and vitamin D deficiency. Fifty women with PCOS were followed, and and measured their levels of vitamin D, TSH, Anti TG, free T3, and free T4. The last of these two are thyroid function markers. At the end of the study, they found something interesting among the women who…

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Green Tea Extract Proves Better Than Metformin for Metabolic Markers in Women

Green tea continues to prove itself as a healing powerhouse. A lot of women with PCOS take Metformin to manage their insulin resistance, but a simpler solution proves to be even better. In a recent study, green tea extract was shown to outperform Metformin in both lipid profile and glycemic control. 120 women with high BMI took part in a double-blind trial. The study lasted 12 weeks, and the participants were assigned at random to be given one of the following: 1 gram green tea extract with 280 mg of polyphenols, including catechins 1 gram metformin A combination of 1 gram green tea and metformin Or a placebo Surprising Results Test results at the end of the study showed that the green…

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Our Toronto Location

White Lotus Naturopathic Clinic and Integrated Health

121 Willowdale Ave
Suite 301
Toronto, Ontario M2N 6A3
Phone: (416) 730 - 8218
Fax: 1-(888) 688 - 2028

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