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Cynthia Hanischuk is doing the Ideal Protein Weight Loss and Lifestyle Protocol! A wellness Program to last a lifetime!

Cynthia in Douglas Magazine

Sharon Started her weight loss journey in October of 2015 and has lost 100 lbs in 11 months!

Sharon was determined to get healthy. She joined our Ideal Protein Clinic, faced her fears, had challenges and worked so hard on her goals.

The impossible becomes I'm possible!

We are so proud of Sharon and what she has accomplished. Sharon is now working towards her next goal and her ideal weight.

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Health Blog: June - Stroke
Anyone can have a stroke, including young healthy people, but some of us are more at risk. Stroke has many of the same risk factors as heart disease. Although we can’t control some risk factors, such as age, there are many we can control.
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Health Blog: May - Asthma
Living a full and active life with asthma means knowing the signs and symptoms of worsening asthma and knowing what to do if that happens. An asthma action plan is a series of steps to help you monitor your asthma and decide what to do in various situations.
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Health Blog: April - Cancer
Almost all skin cancers are preventable. However, it takes about 10 to 20 years or more for skin cancers to develop, which means that a cancer discovered in your 50s may be due to sun exposure in your early 20s.

But even if you have missed on prevention, there is some good news: 95% of all skin cancers are curable with removal if they are found early enough. Most kinds of skin cancer are usually not metastatic. This means that, typically, skin cancers don't spread to other parts of the body, and they are cured upon removal of the lesion.
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Health Blog: March - Nutrition
While many nutrients can be produced by the body, other nutrients – called essential nutrients – cannot. Therefore, we must supply them through our diet: the foods we eat and drink.
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Health Blog: February - Heart Health
High blood pressure is the result of blood pressing too tightly against the inner walls of blood vessels (veins and arteries). High blood pressure is also sometimes called hypertension.

Untreated high blood pressure puts stress on many of your internal organs, such as your heart, kidney, and brain, and can lead to heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure.
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Health Blog: January - Smoking
Cigarette cravings are an unavoidable reality when you're quitting smoking. They're something you have to get through to get the benefits – but the benefits are worth it. Your cravings will be strongest during the first 4 to 5 days after you quit. How do you deal with them?
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Health Blog: December - Health Celebrations
Tis the season for feasting, drinking, and family gatherings! It''s too bad that these activities often come with some not-so-welcome guests: heartburn, hangovers, and stress, which can dampen anyone''s spirits. Fortunately, there are simple strategies to send these problems packing.
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Health Blog: November - Diabetes
Diabetes can affect many parts of the body, so taking good care of your overall health can go a long way toward preventing and treating long-term consequences. Make sure you monitor your blood sugar regularly with a blood glucose meter and work with your professional healthcare providers to optimize your diabetes control.
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Health Blog: October - Cold and Flu
The most effective way to decrease complications and reduce the impact of the flu is to get a preventative vaccine shot. The North American vaccine is developed each year to work against three strains of influenza virus, based on trends seen in the Southern Hemisphere. The best time for vaccination is early October to mid-November.
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Health Blog: September - Arthritis
Living with arthritis means learning how to manage the symptoms and maximize mobility, and, for some types of arthritis, slowing down the progression of the disease with medications.
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Health Blog: August - Exercise and Fitness
Exercise isn't just good for your body – it's also good for your mental health. Physical activity helps you: feel good about yourself and your body, work out negative feelings, lift your mood, and enjoy social connections with other active people
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