Madeline Nwokeji founded Lala Skin Essentials to fill the void she was experiencing in the skincare market. She couldn’t find effective natural skincare that worked for her sensitive skin that was also affordable. She began formulating her own products, and...
Apparently you can pretty much create a “natural” remedy in your kitchen and it will be approved by Health Canada. While natural medicine has been scrutinized for years, Friday’s episode of CBC’s Marketplace revealed alarming new information that will make you think twice when treating your next illness
Started in London 30 years ago, Neal’s Yard, the market leader in organic health and beauty, now has over 80 stores across five continents. No need to try to remember which beauty product ingredients you’re supposed to avoid, because everything at the one-stop eco-shop is free of parabens, synthetic ingredients, and nasty chemicals
In the interest of supporting our favourite workforce warriors, we have four great power breakfast options for professionals on-the-go. Ready in 10 minutes or less, these simple dishes will take you from dozy to dynamo in no time
Talk about scoring healthy eats on the way to and from the office. The farm just got a little closer to home with the recent launch of FarmCity Fresh Cart, which made it’s debut on the streets of downtown Vancouver and New Westminster late last week.
Gwyneth Paltrow swears by coconut oil as a moisturizer, mouthwash and as a cooking substitute. Minnie Driver claims it is the ultimate hair conditioner, and athletes are swapping sports drinks with coconut water for its high potassium and mineral content. We’ve unlocked the reasons why everyone seems to be going crazy for coconuts
Joel Carriere and Jordan Hastings are the founders of Dine Alone Foods, an all-natural line of sauces that includes a classic Southern Blues BBQ sauce, a sweet-smoky Northern Soul chipotle BBQ sauce, and a spicy Rock N’ Roll hot sauce. But trust us when we say there's more to these guys than sauce
There's a hot new juice in town and it may just make you hop on the fresh and fruity bandwagon. If you've had trouble swallowing green juice mania (literally), you may want to give it another go. With its awesome taste, arty aesthetic and cool kid vibe, Dose is quickly, if not already, becoming Montreal's answer to more intense juice cleanses that don't quite sit right on the palette