Dangerously Derivative: Could This Be the End of Modern Medicine? 

For all our technological advancement, we are living in an age of reboots. This is most obvious in viewing current and upcoming movies and TV shows: Jumanji, Macgyver, the live-action Disney remakes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, etc. We seem to be running low on originality, and though that can be annoying, it is not truly […]

The Strength of Different Learning Styles 

Just as no two people are alike, no two learning styles are exactly the same, either. These differences have been receiving more media coverage lately–particularly around autism and ADHD. Although these are considered health conditions, each challenge also has a strength. We must work with what we are given regardless of the obstacles. Rather than being […]

How to Manage Anxiety Before it Manages You

On June 29, 2017 WebMD published an article written by Saundra Jain, (MA, PsyD, LPC) titled “Managing Anxiety Before It Manages You.” In the article the author refers to her experiences as a clinician with a focus on the build up of anxiety issues within her patients. According Jain “when we don’t effectively manage anxiety, […]

Vaccines: News vs. Truth 

Last week, CTV reported that Australia has had a particularly bad flu season this year, which could mean that Canada will experience similar challenges. Some pharmacists are already recommending that Canadians plan to get their flu vaccines. Is recommending that Canadians do something here because something happened in Australia logical? Why don’t we do that […]

Know your Cholesterol Level to Reduce Heart Disease Risk

Cholesterol is needed to insulate nerves, produce hormones and build new cells. However, have too much is a major risk for heart disease. Your liver makes all the cholesterol your body  needs. However, you may also get it from other sources. For example, you can get if from eating simple sugars as well as digesting […]

Why Sleep Is Crucial 

Sleep is something we all have to come to terms with eventually. Usually, it involves the realization that we are not getting enough sleep and the internal debate about what steps we might take to ensure adequate rest at night. Sleep has been in the news, recently, as well. CTV recently reported some interesting findings […]

CHFA East Trade Show: Retailers Want Therapeutic Products, and We Concur

CHFA East Trade Show: Retailers Want Therapeutic Products, and We Concur We had a great time at the 2017 CHFA East–both the Endocrine & Anti-Aging Lecture and the booth were well-attended. Customers are seeking high-quality products. Here, we give an example of that quality difference by comparing our plant-based Next Generation B Complex to the […]

CHFA East Trade Show: Retailers Want Therapeutic Products, and We Concur 

CHFA East was busy and well-attended, and the Anti-Aging and Endocrine System education session presented by Eldon Dahl, DNM, Founder and CEO of Life Choice Ltd., drew a room full of scientific thinkers and health care practitioners who were seeking scientific insight on biology and cellular absorption. The Q&A that followed the training clearly showed […]

Children’s Health: No Level of Lead Is Safe For Kids: Safety Standards Ineffective

A recent article appeared in WebMD titled There’s Lead In That? The article is interesting in that it compliments the article written by Life Choice founder and CEO Eldon Dahl (DNM), whose syndicated article titled Toxins In The Food Chain. Why Quality Supplementation Is Necessary was published by the International Journal of Alternative Medicine and MedCrave. The WebMD article focused […]