Toronto Naturopaths focused on Women's Health, Hormones and Fertility
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.
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!
In PCOS, fat cell dysfunction is a major, integral part of inflammation and insulin resistance. Interestingly, a new study is the first to discover circadian rhythms in human fat cells. In simplest terms, this means that our metabolism changes over the course of the day, as well as during the night. Participants with relatively normal circadian rhythms
Currently, in Canada, a thorough workup into the cause of a pregnancy loss isn’t recommended until a woman experiences three or more miscarriages. Recurrent miscarriages are estimated to occur in 1-1.5% of the population, and are defined as three or more pregnancy losses before 20 weeks 1. The trauma of experiencing one miscarriage—let alone three—is
The thyroid gland is the master of our metabolism. It controls the production of ATP, our fuel source, and therefore impacts every system within the body if it is not functioning optimally. In conditions of hypothyroidism, we see T4 and T3 hormones lower and TSH rise. In conditions of hyperthyroidism, we see T4 and T3 hormones rise
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Although PCOS has long been considered a women’s reproductive issue and infertility condition, it’s so much more than that. It’s a complex endocrine disorder that affects the entire body for life, in numerous ways. A lot of people are under the assumption that it can be cured by a hysterectomy, or that it’ll disappear once