Committed to public education in optimal nutrition and raising awareness of Orthomolecular Medicine, Orthomolecular Health has been reaching audiences across Canada for 45 years.
Mental Health Regained Workshop
Sunday, April 26
Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Ontario Room
100 Front Street West, Toronto
Mental Health Regained comprises a panel discussion and question period, focused on the treatment of Mental Health issues with orthomolecular nutrition. Hear from a varied panel of patients and practitioners discussing their approach and first hand experience with treatment.
James Greenblatt, MD Integrative Psychiatrist, Boston
Christina Bjorndal, ND Natural Terrain Naturopathic Clinic, Edmonton
Bob Sealey, BSc Recovered Patient, Toronto
Chart Your Reproductive Health
Wednesday, May 27
Are you having trouble getting pregnant or have had a miscarriage? Do you have irregular cycles? Have you been told you have “unexplained” infertility? Research shows that many women & men suffer from infertility due to hormone-disrupting toxins, improper diagnosis as well as nutritional deficiencies. Attend this lecture & you will learn how cycle charting combined with orthomolecular medicine can:
-Restore hormone balance
-Track ovulation’s peak day
-Achieve or postpone pregnancy
-Rebuild nutrient imbalances
-Address PCOS, PMS & pain
-Address adrenal and thyroid functions
-Increase sperm count
To find out more about this topic, please read this article.
Dr. Nora Pope, ND is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor in private practice since 2002. She’s a graduate of McGill University, the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and she is Creighton Model FertilityCare Practitioner. She’s written about epilepsy; perinatal care; and cycle charting for several Naturopathic and Midwifery publications. In addition, she is a popular public speaker. She is a Fertility Awareness advocate and looks forward to the day when all women attain fertility literacy and know when they are fertile.
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Pay-What-You-Can tickets are always available by request.