Entries by Dr. Serge Gregoire

Dr. Serge is a clinical nutritionist. He owns a doctorate degree in nutrition from McGill University in Canada. In addition, he completed a 7-year postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts where he studied the impact of fat as it relates to heart disease. He has authored a book on this topic that is awaiting publication with Edition Berger publishers in Canada. He holds an advance certification in Nutrition Response Testing (SM) from Ulan Nutritional Systems in Florida and he is a certified herbalist through the Australian College of Phytotherapy. His personalized nutritional programs allow to help individuals with a wide variety of health concerns such as hormonal imbalance, digestive issues, heart-related conditions, detoxes/cleanses, weight loss, fatigue, migraines, allergies, among others.

3 Blunders to Avoid on Your Weight Loss Journey

There are times on your weight loss journey when progress can come to a halt. Days or weeks can go by without you seeing movement on the scale, and it can get downright frustrating. After working with thousands of clients,… 0 Shares |

Your Immune System Needs Support Too

The human body is a very vulnerable organism, except for the very strong line of defense that the immune system has thrown around it. Without the natural defense system provided by the immune system, the bacteria, microbes, viruses, toxins, parasites,… 0 Shares |

How to treat Lyme disease naturally

Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected black legged ticks (1). Very recently, this infection has also been shown to be transmitted my mosquito bites and fleas (2,… 0 Shares |

Why your T3 thyroid hormone is low and why it is the most important factor to know?

There is no doubt there is an epidemic of thyroid disorders right now and they are on the rise. It seems that the great majority of women have some degree of thyroid dysfunction. Unfortunately, medical doctors do not look for… 0 Shares |

10 Steps on Improving Your Metabolism

Are you sluggish and low on energy? Do you feel like you work and work toward your weight loss goal and never seem to make any dramatic improvement? You could be suffering from a slow metabolism (1). Even though you… 0 Shares |

Bariatric surgery and early death

Weight loss surgeries have witnessed huge popularity in recent times. The number of stomach-shrinking operations, a type of bariatric surgery meant for severely obese people has skyrocketed in recent years. Few celebrities of Hollywood have also opted for this form… 0 Shares |

5 Reasons You Should Get a Good Night’s Rest

Do you really need convincing when it comes to doing things that are good for you?  When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, however, many people just simply are not getting it (1,2).  Here are some reasons why… 0 Shares |

Depression and Celiac Disease

Depression is a condition which affects about 15% of the population.  Women are more likely to be affected than men (1). It is quite common for people who have been diagnosed as having Coeliac Disease to find themselves feeling depressed… 0 Shares |

Yeast Infection: Description, Causes and Treatment

What is Yeast Infection? This kind of infection is most common among women. However, many remain ignorant or unaware of this medical problem. It is important to know the symptoms, dangers, and related conditions of yeast infection to be able… 0 Shares |

Common Reasons Why People Have Trouble Sleeping and What You Can Do to Get A Good Night’s Sleep

In a 2003 report released by the National Commission on Sleep Disorders, it was found that over $150 billion was lost each year due to decreased worker productivity and other related issues due to a lack of adequate sleep.  Now,… 0 Shares |