New Year Resolutions

2013 New Year Resolutions Are 3 Weeks old, how are you doing with them?

First off, Happy New Year to our readers! This is the time of the year when we stop and reflect upon what we’ve learned and accomplished in 2012 and look forward to implement things that will make us even better for 2013. Did you know the most popular New Year resolutions involve improving personal well-being? These include eating healthier, losing weight, and kicking bad habits (most commonly smoking). Read More

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Extended Health Benefits Expires

Have You Used Up Your Extended Health Benefits?

Many of you have until the end of the year to take advantage and use your extended health benefits. Acupuncture can be beneficial and is covered under many plans. I often refer to Dr. Eyal Lebel who works out of 2 different clinics. His contact information is below if you would like to take advantage of his treatment and use your benefits plan before December 31.

Extended Health Benefits

Rebound To Health Clinic

Angel Hands Wellness Clinic

  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays (private acupuncture treatments)
  • Book online at

Dr. Lebel also offers community acupuncture treatments at Angel Hands Wellness

  • $30-$40 visit, first visit an extra $10
  • Tuesdays 11am – 2pm and Fridays 12pm – 4pm

Dr. Lebel can also be contacted directly at 604 761-9434, e-mail at or visit his website

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Body Fat Down to 16% From 31%

Body Fat Should Be Your Primary Concern Over Body Weight

Body FatHere is a client of mine Owen Clark who has taken this approach and has had tremendous results with his weight and body fat.  Owen’s base line test in February 2012 showed that he was sitting at an unhealthy percentage of 31% and today he is 16%.

Working out is a big part of Owen’s success however supportive eating habits combined with exercise is the key.  Working out takes a maximum of 1 hour a day.  That means you have 23 hours to screw it up.

Success with anything is not a few major decisions it’s a series of small decisions compounded. Read More

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