Toronto Naturopathic Clinic

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Balance hormones with your food.⚖
Top 5 products that can help to balance your hormones.
1. Essential fatty acids are important to the production of hormones. Include healthy fats like flax seeds, chia seeds, salmon, and mackerel.
2. Vitamin B-rich foods are essential to maintain emotional well-being. Add milk and milk products, fortified, cereals, eggs, shellfish, and lean meat.
3. Protein-rich foods regulate metabolism and hormones that control appetite. Go for dairy products, eggs, lean meat, lentils and legumes
4. Magnesium, zink, and selenium-rich foods stimulate hormones. Green leafy vegetables, nuts, beans, legumes and seeds are a good source of them.
5. Taking anti-inflammatory foods like garlic, ginger, turmeric, tomatoes, berries, and nuts also helps in balancing hormones.

If you have questions or want to check your hormone balance, book your appointment while we still have a couple of spots available for the month.
Call us today at (416) 944-3526


Take time for yourself.
In the heart of Toronto, among hustle and bustle, we created our IV lounge as a place of peace and self-care, where our clients can get their drips and perfect services. Your health starts here!

Book your appointment online (link is in the bio) or by phone (416)944-3526.



Here are the top 5 brain supplements that we take at the clinic! Remember that your brain needs nutrients too!
1) Omega DHA may help reduce inflammation and your risk of chronic diseases and supports brain function and eye health.
2) Creatine can promote healthy muscle and improve brain function.
3) Antioxidants help defend cells from free radicals and decrease the chance of developing various chronic diseases
4) B Vitamins help the body with the health of red blood cells nerves, the heart, and the brain.
5)Acetyl-L-carnitine helps with weight loss and improves brain function.


Boost your health with the right vitamin C for your needs!
Vitamin C is an essential vitamin. Your body needs it, but can’t produce it, so it must be obtained from external sources.
To get the daily recommended amount you need to take vitamin C supplements, it's not enough to consume just fruits and vegetables to get the needed dose

It's an antioxidant: it helps your body repair damaged cells, helps manage blood pressure, and helps maintain bone health.
It is important for maintaining youthful skin
- increases the production of collagen and elastin,
- the building blocks of skin that support firmness and bounce;
- diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,
- decrease photodamage

Depending on your needs and goals, a naturopathy doctor can pick the right form and dose of vitamin C for you!
Book your appointment online (link is in the bio) or by phone (416)944-3526.


Current Location📍of your Toronto Naturopath Doctor.

We have A LOT 🤩 for you, we offer Naturopath doctor consultations, full body scaning, GI-MAP testing, IV therapy, intramuscular therapy, supplements, and a special hydration bar in our IV lounge

If you have any questions contact us today!


Here are 10 tips to keep you healthy during the wintertime.
Save this post, it's really useful!

1. Hydration, even during the winter do not forget to drink water.
2. Nutrition, continue to eat diverse, consume fruits and veggies, healthy fats, adequate protein, and fibre.
3. Reduce sugar, sugar weakens the immune system.
4. Sleep at least eight hours a night.
5. Hygiene. Wash your hands after visiting public places as well as use saline to keep the respiratory passages clear.
6. Stay active, get vigorous physical activity 30 to 60 minutes per day
7. Get outdoors, regardless of the weather! There is no bad weather, just bad clothes!
8. Stay warm, choose the proper clothes when you go out.
9. Self-Care and Mindfulness
Managing stress with self-care, take time for yourself and what you love to do.
10. Supplements, some supplements may reduce the likelihood of illness, consult with your naturopathic doctor before taking it.


Make a naturopathic therapy as a part of your self-care routine
Our IV Drips and supplements are wonderful for giving you that extra burst of energy, relieving anxiety, neutralizing free radicals and improving bone, nerve, and tissue health.

Visit Toronto Naturopathic Clinic to experience the energy-boosting power of naturopathic therapy!

Call (416)944-3526 or visit our website to book your appointment today.


New year, new entrance, new you!
We are happy to greet you on your way to your health and well-being at Toronto Naturopathic Clinic!
I show you the right way. Here it is!


We are delighted to let you know that we reopen today January 8.
This season we prepared extra treats for you during your therapy in our IV lounge.
Book your appointment online (link is in the bio) or by phone (416)944-3526.


All the best wishes to you and your family in 2024!💫
Fill your home cozy, happy and beautifully scented for the next year.



Wishing you a Happy Holiday season from the team at Toronto Naturopathic Clinic.
Thank you for trusting us with your health. We wish you all the joys of the season and happiness throughout the coming year.

We look forward to seeing you soon!


Hello All, Stock up for the holidays!
Our last clinic day is December 22nd. We will reopen on January 8th.
We wish you all a Happy Holidays!


Keeping our brain stimulated and exposed to novelty is one of the best ways to promote neuroplasticity and maintain healthy cognition as we age. 🧠⚡️

👃🏼Environmental enrichment through sensory stimulation is one of the many ways to support neuroplasticity.

Take this study for 2023 study for example. When a fragrance wafted through the bedrooms of older adults for two hours every night for six months, memories skyrocketed 📈

Here are the details 👉🏼


You've almost lost your health benefits of this year.
Health benefits help cover health expenses not funded by OHIP. It's a pity to pay for it all year and do not enjoy it for your health and wellness.


Rosemary is an important addition to the diet, as it contains a wide variety of nutrients that are essential for health.
Rosemary is high in:
- Manganese
- Pantothenic and Carnosic Acids
- Niacin
- Thiamin
- Folate
- Riboflavin.

The phytochemicals in rosemary may help to improve eye health, regulate liver function, and lower the risk of asthma.

Dried rosemary leaves are a traditional condiment in Mediterranean cuisine.
To prepare rosemary, rinse the leaves under cold water to remove any stray dirt or particles. Cut the stems off and use the remaining sprigs as a garnish for savoury meat dishes, vegetables, and baked goods.
Sprinkle sprigs of rosemary over chicken, beef, or pork dishes. Use fresh or dried rosemary as a pairing with pasta or potato dishes.
Rosemary has a range of health benefits, just add it while you cooking

Keep following us on social media to learn about other tasty and healthy products for your dining table.


The end of the year is coming as the end of your health benefits.

Maybe you don’t know how the benefits of naturopathy can impact your life and that can be your chance.

Your health benefits are a golden ticket to a year-end wellness boost!

Book your appointment while we still have a couple of spots available for the month.
Call us today at (416) 944-3526


Tomatoes are low in calories and provide important nutrients, such as:
- Vitamin C and K
- Potassium
- Folate
- Fiber.
- Lycopene
- Beta carotene
- Naringenin
- Chlorogenic acid

Consumption of tomatoes has been linked to improved skin health and a lower risk of heart disease and cancer. Tomatoes, also, may help to prevent type 2 diabetes.

Tomatoes can be a valuable part of a healthy diet.
To take advantage of the full range of positive benefits, it's recommended to regularly consume tomatoes in various forms, including raw and cooked.

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Don't let your insurance benefits slip away!
As the year winds down, it's the perfect time to make the most of your insurance before it resets. 📆
Many people overlook the fact that insurance benefits often don't carry over into the new year. It's a "use it or lose it" situation, and we want to make sure you maximize the perks you've earned.
Whether you are looking for a naturopathic doctor or want to enhance your overall wellness, now is the opportune moment to take action.
Don't miss out on the chance to invest in your health and make the most of the benefits you've earned!
Call us today at (416) 944-3526


The Holiday Season has well and truly landed in our home!💫
Fill your home cozy, happy and beautifully scented for the festive season.
We wish you all the best!



Hello All,
Stock up for the holidays!

Our last clinic day will be December 22nd.
We will re-open on January 8th.

We wish you all a Happy Holidays!


Avocados contain a wide range of nutrients, including healthy fats and fibre.
It's a good source of several vitamins and minerals, among them:
- Vitamin C, E, K, B2, B3, B5, and B6
- Folate,
- Magnesium,
- Potassium,
- Copper,
- Manganese,
- Fiber,
- Healthful monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.

Eating avocados regularly may benefit health in several ways, including protecting against heart disease, improving overall diet quality, improving satiety, and promoting gut health. Avocados also may help promote a healthy body weight.

Avocados can be eaten alone or added to dishes. You can add avocados to sandwiches, tacos, or on top of toast.
Avocados are delicious fruits that function as a healthy fat, packed with nearly 20 different vitamins and minerals.

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Are you looking to make the first steps towards healthy you? ✨
Toronto Naturopathic Clinic provides naturopathic-based personalized health care specializing in health conditions like :
✔ Allergies,
✔ Cardiometabolic & Cardiovascular health conditions,
✔ Hormonal issues,
✔ Digestive issues,
✔ Immune issues,
✔ Skin conditions,
✔ Sleep disorders.

Book a free 15-minute discovery call with me! It gives you the opportunity to learn more about my practice and approach.
Book now via the link in the bio!


Did you know that most extended health benefits cover naturopathic care?
With only a couple of weeks left in the year, be sure to use your health benefits before you lose them.


Bok choy is a nutrient-dense type of Chinese cabbage that contains many essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other important nutrients. It has:

- Vitamins A, C, K, B1, B2, B3, and B6
- Calcium
- Potassium
- Phosphorous
- Selenium
- Zinc
- Copper
- Magnesium
- Fibre

All of them strengthen your immune system, promote digestive health, keep skin healthy, and help bone health.

Bok Choy's year-round availability makes it a perfect addition to your weekly rotation of vegetables. Here are some ways to prepare bok choy: Shredded raw in a salad, Steamed, Incorporated into a stir-fry, Braised, Grilled, Added to soups or stews.

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Sleep is essential to your health.
Good restful sleep is important for healthy immune and cardiovascular systems. It helps to maintain a healthy hormone balance, supports mental health, and decreases the risk of obesity.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults need about 7-9 hours of sleep each night.

There are a lot of reasons for sleep disorders, among them:
- Depression & Anxiety
- Stress
- Poor sleep hygiene
- Hormone Imbalances
- Restless leg syndrome (RLS) and night-time leg cramps (myoclonus)
- Breathing Issues (Upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS) and obstructive sleep apnea(OSA))

Some ways to improve your sleep are:
1) Maintain consistent sleep and waketime times
2) Keep your room dark and low temperature (between 15 to 20 degrees Celsius)
3) Avoid caffeine before bed
4) Drink Chamomile tea
5) Take a bath or shower
6) Avoid blue light and any screen time 2 hours before bed.

There are many different factors that influence the quality of our sleep ranging from lifestyle choices to underlying medical conditions.

If you are unable to get a decent night's sleep, consult a naturopath to determine whether there is an underlying problem causing your problem.

Getting better sleep can greatly improve your quality of life.

Give us a call if you can't sleep: (416)944-3526


Naturopathic doctors (NDs) have an important role to play in the health-care system. We need a pilot project to assess the viability of ND integration into team-based primary care models.


I'm always cold 🥶

Why am I freezing?
A 3rd of my patients complain about being cold.

What to do if you are constantly feeling cold?

There may be several reasons:
- Anemia
- Poor blood circulation
- Diabetes
- Hypothyroidism and other hormonal imbalances (such as fluctuating estrogen levels)
- Deficiency of vitamins and minerals (such as iron, zinc, selenium, iodine, B vitamins)
- Poor diet
- Individual body features.

Fortunately, many of these conditions can be identified through lab work.
Ask your doctor about your concern.

To book an appointment and learn more visit or call (416) 944-3526.

To book an appointment and learn more visit or call (416) 944-3526.


It’s no secret that good gut health is essential for optimal overall health and longevity. The gut is intimately connected with virtually all other bodily systems, and imbalances here could reflect in our whole body.

In this case studies blog from the team at Rupa Health, we can see how rebalancing gut health with functional medicine interventions leads to the resolution of rosacea, dysautonomia, mast cell activation and restless leg syndromes (and improved energy levels too!)

See the full protocols in the blog here:


Opportunistic Bacteria as a Trigger for Autoimmunity
The Gastrointestinal Microbial Assay Plus (GI-MAP) was designed to detect microbes that may be disturbing normal microbial balance or contributing to illness as well as indicators of digestion, absorption, inflammation, and immune function. The test quantifies bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites using quantitative polymerase chain reaction technology (qPCR).
Certain opportunistic bacteria have been correlated with autoimmunity. Common autoimmune conditions indicated include: Systemic Sclerosis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Ankylosing Spondylitis (and other Spondyloarthropathies), Type I Diabetes and possibly Psoriasis.
If you are concerned with bacteria triggering an autoimmune condition, it's time for a GI-MAP.

Ready to test? Comment below. We'd love to help connect you to a practitioner that can order the test and build a customized protocol for you!

Click link in bio to learn more about the test - because it helps with much more than autoimmune health. It's can find underlying causes of leaky gut, skin conditions, and much more.


14 November is World Diabetes Day.
On that day we would like you to pay extra attention to your health.
Blood sugar can affect and damage vital organs such as the kidneys, eyes, brain, hands and feet. It is important to get treatment started as soon as possible to prevent complications down the line.

We are here to help you.

Our services include:
- Comprehensive Health Assessment
- Lab work (such as such as checking fasting glucose and HbA1C)
- Reviewing of diet diary and your blood sugar log.
- Provide dietary guidance
- Provide lifestyle recommendations (such as exercises and physical medicine)
- Help to find the best treatment plan for your condition

The Naturopathic Doctors at Toronto Naturopathic Clinic strive to help their patients achieve good health through natural remedies and lifestyle suggestions.

To book an appointment with our Naturopathic Doctor, please call 416-944-35-26 or email: [email protected].

Handy tip:
Download an app like Glycemic Index & Load Diet Assistant or keep a copy of a glycemic index (GI) guide on you when grocery shopping. The glycemic index can tell you the estimated ranking of carbohydrates in foods—and how much they can affect your blood glucose levels.


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Toronto, ON

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Tuesday 10am - 6:30pm
Wednesday 12pm - 4pm
Thursday 10am - 6:30pm
Friday 11am - 2pm




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Who we are

Toronto Naturopathic Clinic is a source of well-being grounded in the principle of holism. The key to good health is to treat your body as an interconnected whole - not a bundle of symptoms.

Our goal is to treat each client as a whole and bring you prosperity through a plan-of-action tailored to your unique needs and wants.

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