Refer a friend for a chance to win!
We have a brand spanking new promotion for the month of June, and it's all about sharing. We have created a 'refer-a-friend' page on our website. There, you can spread the word to friends and family about the YorkTest Program. For every friend you refer, you will receive one ballot into a draw for a free YorkTest Program!
All you need to do is supply their first and last name and email and voila, you are in. You can enter up to 5 friends giving you 5 chances to win. What are you waiting for? Submit your friends' names by clicking on the button below and get yourself entered!
What are you waiting for, submit your friends by clicking on the submit button below and get yourself entered!
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Our immune system is the deciding factor in having good or bad health. A person with a strong immune system can face just about any disease, going from a simple infection to the most terrible cancer.
Living with food intolerances can be very difficult. For many people it feels like their world has come to an end when they are first diagnosed, believing that they will never be able to enjoy a good meal again in their entire lives.
Food intolerance is known as a "hidden" condition for a reason. Causes are often difficult to pinpoint, especially when treating children.
A simple, affordable blood test can help identify food intolerances or hidden food sensitivities that may contribute to obesity, according to a new study led by John E. Lewis, Ph.D., associate professor of psychiatry and behavioural sciences and Associate Director of the Medical Wellness Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Naturopathic Physician, Michelle O'Neill, joins the show to talk about food intolerance and the difference between a food intolerance and a food allergy.
Mary Tomas's digestive problems began slowly. About seven years ago, she started to get bloated and constipated after she ate.