Food and Nutrition

  • Nourishing Meals Blog
    An amazing food blog full of whole-food recipes that easily accommodate those with food sensitivities.  Compliments the Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook sold at Q Wellness.
  • Queen Street Gluten Free (part of Yoshi’s Sweets)
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    Yoshi’s Sweets is famous for its Queen St. Gluten Free line of bread, which is baked using bean flour fresh every day. The bread is available in over 50 stores across Toronto now, including Loblaws and Longos.  Consider visiting Yoshi’s Sweets for a little more than just their bread!
  • Apple Tree Markets (Davisville Farmers’ Market)
    Appletree Markets is a non-profit organization, dedicated to promoting a local, community shopping experience. Check out the Davisville Market every Tuesday from May through October in June Rowlands Park (formerly Davisville Park).
  • Evergreen Brick Works Famers’ Market
    Dedicated to maintaining principles of regional, seasonal, artisanal food, the Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market provides an accessible, innovative, educational and health promoting environment where urban meets rural, promoting the benefits of eating locally grown food.

Environmental Health

  • Toxic Nation
    A Canadian website dedicated to promoting and educating the public about environmental health issues, including safe products, practices and lifestyles in today’s toxic world.
  • The Environmental Working Group
    The EWG website is an amazing resource for understanding the environment and how it affects our daily lives.
  • Cosmetics Database
    The Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database provides almost everything you could want to know about your cosmetics and personal care products.
  • Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides
    Have you heard of the dirty dozen or clean fifteen?  Welcome to the Environmental Working Group’s website dedicated to educating consumers about the chemicals on their produce.

Health Information Resources

  • Vitamin D Council
    A non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and healthcare practitioners about Vitamin D and the deficiency pandemic.
  • Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome
    Discovered by Denis Wilson, MD, Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome reflects a low body temperature state that can present with symptoms of hypothyroidism, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue.
  • SpiderTech Kinesiology Tape
    SpiderTech tape is a non-medicated cotton tape applied to specific areas of the body to reduce pain and improve function.  To read more visit our sports medicine page here.

Professional Services Groups

  • Angela Pereira Kinesiology
    Angela Pereira is a kinesiologist with 20 years experience, offering exercise rehabilitation and fitness training in the comfort of your home, pool or condo gym.
  • The Midwives Clinic of East York-Don Mills
    The Midwives’ Clinic of East York-Don Mills is a partnership of midwives attending both home and hospital birth in the Toronto area.
  • The Amen Clinics
    The Amen Clinics help people from around the world with a wide range of issues, including attentional problems, anxiety issues, mood problems, autism, obsessive compulsive disorder, addictions, obesity, memory, learning and behavioral problems, aided by functional imaging of the brain, known as SPECT scanning.

Education and Regulation

  • The Board of Directors Drugless Therapy – Naturopathy (BDDT-N)
    The BDDT-N, appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in council, is responsible for public protection in Ontario with respect to the practice of Naturopathic Medicine.  In order to practice Naturopathic Medicine in Ontario, NDs must be registered with the BDDT-N.
  • Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND)
    The OAND is the professional association for NDs in Ontario. Their website provides information about the profession, how to find an ND in your area and regulatory affairs in the province.  The site is designed for the public and practitioners.
  • The Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND)
    The CAND is the professional association for NDs throughout Canada. The site provides information regarding the progress of the profession across Canada.  The site is designed for the public and practitioners.
  • The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM)
    The official website for CCNM, one of only two accredited Naturopathic Colleges in Canada.  The site provides information regarding the ND program, admissions and the teaching clinic of the college, The Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic.