Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Cornerstone Announcements

Cornerstone welcomes Dr Ashley Girard, ND

It is my great pleasure to welcome our new Naturopath, Dr. Ashley Girard, N.D. to... 


Look who’s coming to Cornerstone!

Dr. Nicole Meier, founder of Cornerstone Health Centre, is thrilled to welcome Dr.... 


More online booking options!

Thanks to all of our patients and friends who have enthusiastically supported our... 


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Nicole Meier's Blog

Look who’s coming to Cornerstone!

Dr. Nicole Meier, founder of Cornerstone Health Centre, is thrilled to welcome Dr.... 


Fussy Eaters and the Friendly Dictatorship

When my daughter was three, she decided that she wasn’t eating fish for dinner. ... 


A better breakfast cereal

I have always considered boxed cereal to be a poor choice for breakfast.  Why?  Breakfast... 


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Health Hints

What’s Eating You? A conversation about emotional eating

By Natalie Haynes, Psychotherapist Introduction Hello, my name is Natalie Haynes and I am the resident Psychotherapist at Cornerstone Health Centre.  I have been at Cornerstone since it was established back in 2009, working with individuals and couples dealing with a variety of personal challenges like anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief... [Read more of this review]


Local farm fresh food

Looking for local, healthy sources of beef, poultry, pork or game?  Look no further.  We created this list of local organic and non-organic farms to help you source healthy meat choices for your family.  Many of our patients are reluctant to buy meat in the regular grocery store because of concerns over how the animal is raised and what it is fed.... [Read more of this review]


A better breakfast cereal

I have always considered boxed cereal to be a poor choice for breakfast.  Why?  Breakfast cereal is highly processed, inert, and typically loaded with sugar and additives.  And yet, the majority of our youth reach for this human kibble every morning.  Most breakfast cereals (even the “health food” versions) are low in protein, contain... [Read more of this review]


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