Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition

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Are the Foods in Your Pantry Nourishing You?

Do you suffer from headaches, fatigue, lack of energy or many health problems? If you want to feel energized and healthy, now is the time to have a good look at the foods in your fridge and pantry. Food is our fuel, a source of vitality, our nourishment. Many people who eat (and live) on the run often disregard this fact. It takes energy to digest foods to get nutrients to all your cells. If

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Healthy Wellness Steps to Combat the Mid-Afternoon Slump

It’s 3:00 p.m. and you can barely keep focused. Your eyes close as you’re sitting at your computer and you wish you could lie down for a little nap! You can’t figure out why this slump hits you so hard. The following are some reasons for your dip in energy along with wellness and stress-relief strategies that can keep you energized the entire day!

1) Are you just plain tired? Perhaps you’re not sleeping enough.

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Help and Hope for ADHD and other Children’s Mental Disorders Through Orthomolecular Medicine

Today’s young people face a constellation of social, health, financial, school and career pressures and choices that are weighing down their minds at the same time that diet, stress, poor exercise habits and environmental toxins are affecting their bodies. The result is a generation of children and teens at increased risk for mental illness.

From ADHD and depression, to anxiety and schizophrenia, mental illness affects as many as one in every five youth — making

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The Toronto Sun, Frazzled Hurried Woman!

My book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving…Not Merely Surviving is featured in The Toronto Sun!

The Saturday Sun, October 27, 2012

Reassess stress

New book coaches women on handling modern life

RITA DEMONTIS, Toronto Sun

Frazzled, hurried … women. Is there any other kind?

And when has stress become the new norm? Who isn’t overextended and overwhelmed lately? Nine-to-five jobs have gone the way of the flip phone, and women in

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Teen Nutrition: Overfed and Undernourished?

Teens need exceptional nutrition – their bodies are still growing and maturing and so are their brains. Poor nutrition can lead to mood swings, especially for teens when hormones are changing (and raging). Too many chemicals, high sugar products plus not enough nutrients in their bodies are a bad combination. Without good nutrition, teens will have acne, weight gain, mood swings, anger or low energy. This will hinder their ability to concentrate on their studies.

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Micronutrients & Mental Health: Something to Think About

 

Mental Illness Awareness 

When someone has a broken leg, skin rash, or cancer, no one talks about stigma. When its mental health there seems to be this ‘hush hush’ attitude. No one talks about it – it used to be that way with cancer, until many women started speaking out. There are breast cancer fundraising events and runs. It seems, unfortunately, that everyone knows someone with cancer. For mental illness the rates are

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The Best Superfoods for Better Moods and Svelt Waistlines!

Hippocrates who lived around 400 BC was known as the “Father of Western Medicine.” He said: “Let food be thy medicine and let thy medicine be food”. Superfoods have been around since the dawn of time as humans started to make connections between foods that harm and foods that heal.

We just have to look around us at the overweight, sickly population in North America to realize that Hippocrates quote is not being adhered to,

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Anti-anxiety Tips To Help You Stay Calm

Do you sometimes get anxious when you are upset with someone or before a presentation? Do you feel stressed, a lack of control and don’t know how you’ll cope. It’s time for some anti-anxiety steps to calm your mind.

Two stress chemicals adrenaline and cortisol are produced by the adrenal glands in response to stress. Excess stress can cause adrenaline production to decrease and cortisol to increase. Cortisol can be highly toxic to brain cells

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Cutting Calories In a Safe, Smart Way? Just Add Nutrients Instead

Some people cut too many calories and their bodies think “this is famine time; I’d better hold on to all my fat; who knows when the next meal is coming?” That’s how the body reacts to restricted calories – metabolism slows down to gather reserves. There are a lot of malnourished overweight people. How can that be? Often they have eaten too many of the wrong things, gained weight and it’s tough to get it

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Depression and Other Mental Illnesses Respond to Lifestyle, Diet and Nutrient Therapy

The weekend of April 27 – 29, 2012, I attended the outstanding 41st Annual International OMT (Orthomolecular Medicine Today) conference in Vancouver, B.C. Initially, in the early years, this conference sponsored by the charitable foundation, ISF (International Schizophrenia Foundation), was mostly focused on therapeutic nutritional treatments of schizophrenia. Their focus grew to encompass all forms of mental illness, including depression, bipolar, anxiety, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, children’s mental health issues such

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8 Ways to Transform from Surviving To Thriving!
Embracing Wellness – The Elusive Healthy Balance

Frazzled, Hurried Woman

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Children’s Mental Health

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