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Success Story - Healthy Eating, Happy Life

January 20, 2014 in Success Stories

In association with the National Post, we are pleased to present the fifth of several Patient Diaries where our customers have shared their stories in an interview with the National Post.

Health Eating, Happy Life

Jocelyn Black, 33, is a happy, vibrant woman, but it wasn’t always that way. Digestive issues have shadowed her for her entire life. She has a host of food sensitivities including dairy, grains and soy, and she suffers from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It started when she was a baby, she says, and the difficulties became progressively worse as life became more stressful.

Success Story – Battling Fibromyalgia

January 20, 2014 in Fibromyalgia, Success Stories

In association with the National Post, we are pleased to present the fourth of several Patient Diaries where our customers have shared their stories in an interview with the National Post.
http://life.nationalpost.com/2013/09/24/battling-fibromyalgia/
Each day is a challenge for Winnipeg’s Lesley-Ann Reutlinger, who suffers from fibromyalgia.

“Fibromyalgia is so unpredictable and frustrating,” says Reutlinger, 45. “I just don’t know where the pain will come from next.”

According to Statistics Canada, in 2010 more than 445,000 Canadians reported a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, compared to 390,000 in 2005. The ailment involves chronic widespread pain in the ligaments, tendons and muscles throughout the body.

Success Story – Easing the Pain of Arthritis

January 20, 2014 in Success Stories

In association with the National Post, we are pleased to present the third of several Patient Diaries where our customers have shared their stories in an interview with the National Post.

http://life.nationalpost.com/2013/09/10/easing-the-pain-of-arthritis/

More than four million Canadians aged 15 and older have been diagnosed with arthritis, according to Statistics Canada’s Canadian Community Health Survey 2012. A study by the Public Health Agency of Canada notes that number will rise to seven million, or one in five Canadians, by 2031.

Arthritis is a condition that affects joints and their surrounding and connective tissues. It can affect anyone at any time regardless of age, gender, physical condition, or ethnicity.

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