Most people think of weight loss, weight management, diabetes, etc. when they think of reasonable reasons to visit a nutritionist. But in reality, food is such a core component of well-being, that many people are astonished at the breadth and range of issues that can be successfully helped with nutrition therapy. I’d like to
The Circle Of Life Wellness Centre is located in the heart of downtown Peterborough, Ontario. You can reach us by phone at 705.743.1639 Our regular office hours are:
- Monday: 9am - 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 9am - 6:30pm
- Wednesday: 9am – 5:00pm
- Thursday: 9am – 6:30pm
- Friday: 9am – 5:00pm
- The office is closed from 1-2:30 pm daily for lunch.
Circle of Life Wellness Centre Update regarding COVID-19
Your health is our #1 priority. We are closely monitoring the rapidly evolving COVID-19, and are adapting our practice at our clinic to maintain a healthy and safe environment.
We are taking the following precautions to ensure we can continue caring for our patients while also protecting our health caregivers:
1. Patients who have a cough, fever, shortness of breath or respiratory symptoms are required to do a phone / video consultation instead of office visit.
2. patient who have traveled outside of Canada will be asked to reschedule their appointment for 14 days after return or do a phone /video consultation instead.
We will sanitize and disinfect all tables, furniture and door knobs, using a mixture of alcohol, hydrogen peroxide and colloidal silver.
For all patients that come to the clinic, please wash your hands first. Please cough and sneeze into a tissue, or your sleeve, instead of your hands.
We have waived our standard cancellation fees for missed appointments due to illness.
We want to ensure everyone feels comfortable and safe at Circle of Life Wellness Centre.
If you have questions, please email or call us at 705-743-1639.
Spring is here, snow and ice have finally melted away, people cannot wait to step out for a hike. Be aware that ticks also come out of hibernation and are ready to feast.
Tick population has dramatically expanded in Ontario in the last decade. Here is Health Canada’s 2018 lyme disease map:
We all remember our Frosted Flakes and Lucky Charms from childhood. And as adults, we love our Honey Nut Cheerios and Raisin Bran. But should cereal really be a staple component of a nutrient-dense diet? The science says, no, not really. Read on for the scoop on the unhealthiest "health food."
Chinese medicine is based on the waxing and waning of nature. Every season full of new challenges and opportunities. Spring is notable as a time of transition; yang expansion within yin stillness. When the flourishing of new life collides with the last bit of Winter crustiness. Here we are rewarded for tremendous effort just to