….and many other common health conditions.

What health conditions can our services address? Acne Allergies Arthritis and Pain Management Asthma and Respiratory Disorders Attention Deficit Disorders – ADD , ADHD & behavior disorders Blood Pressure and Heart Disease Building vibrant health and wellness Cancer Adjunct Therapies Candida / Yeast Infections Cholesterol / Triglycerides Colon & Intestinal Disorders- Chrons, Colitis, IBS, IBD, … Read More

Nutritional Consulting

  Nutrition Consulting Services Nutrition consulting services explain why poor nutrition (not food volume) leads to recurring health problems and a nutritionist can help you address them naturally. Nutrition consulting services address poor health conditions that can be caused by an imbalance of nutrients, either an excess or deficiency which, in turn, affects bodily functions … Read More

Package E – Mini-Consult

Package E – Mini – Consult (15 minute total) This package is intended for new clients without medical conditions or medications who would like to obtain expert advice on possible options for natural supplements best suited to your particular biochemical and nutritional requirements to prevent disease . This package is ideal for those individuals who … Read More

Package D – Major Diseases

Package D – For New Clients (13 hours total) This package is intended for individuals with serious degenerative conditions (Cancer etc.) which will require extensive research and support. In such cases we require significantly more time to develop a protocol which is optimal to restore health and/or to support your current health condition.  In such … Read More

Package C – Diseases

Package C – For New Clients (10 hours) This package is intended for those individuals who have an existing medical conditions (i.e. Hypertension, Diabetes, Arthritis, etc) and may or may not be taking medications. In such cases we require additional research and time to develop a protocol which is optimal to restore your health therefore a second visit … Read More

Package B – Meet & Greet

Package B – Meet & Greet – New Clients (40 minute total) This package is intended for new clients who would like a brief visit to meet the practitioner, review and discuss possible options for their particular condition. This package is ideal for those individuals who would prefer to meet the practitioner to discuss their … Read More

Package A – New Client

Package A -New Clients (90 minute total)  This package is intended for new clients without medical conditions or medications who would like expert advice on possible options for supplements suited to your particular biochemical and nutritional requirements. This package is ideal for those individuals who would like to meet the practitioner to discuss their options … Read More

Saliva Hormone Testing

Symptoms like mood swings, low sex drive and hot flashes may be a sign of hormone imbalance. Saliva hormone testing may reveal hormone imbalances that contribute to chronic health problems or hormone conditions. It can also be used to monitor hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and in anti-aging and disease prevention programs. Our information sheets on … Read More

Live Blood Cell Analysis

The Darkfield examination is particularly suitable for the evaluation of patients experiencing chronic diseases, recurring bacterial problems, Candida and other fungal problems and children who are prone to infections. It can also provide answers to questions concerning chronic toxicity (e.g. amalgam disturbances). By studying the shape and functioning of red blood cells, white blood cells, … Read More

Iridology Analysis

Iridology analysis consists of taking a simple, non-invasive picture of the eyes (iris) with a specialized camera that allows us to discover why various current health challenges exist and prevent those which may occur in the future. Iris analysis tells you the location of the tissue weakness, the depth or the seriousness of the condition … Read More

Heavy Metal Testing

The quantitative measurement of elements in biological samples such as blood, urine, and hair has been used clinically for decades. Historically, elemental analysis has been used primarily to determine whether a person has had excessive exposure to toxic elements such as lead, mercury or arsenic: the heavy metals that are known to cause serious health … Read More

Food Allergy Testing

Food Sensitivity Testing may be helpful if you experience any of the following symptoms: ADD/ADHD, irritable bowel syndrome, headaches, high blood pressure, inflamed blood vessels (usually show up as small red or purple dots on legs), asthma,, recurrent lung infections, skin conditions, joint pain, anxiety or depression, runny nose or watery eyes and many other … Read More

Blood Group Testing

Your blood type is the key to your immune system. It controls viruses, infections, bacteria, chemicals, stress, and other invaders and conditions that would compromise your system. The immune system functions as to define you, and destroy anything else. This function is crucial, for without it your immune system would attack your own tissues by … Read More

Complementary & Adjunct Cancer Therapies

Complementary and Adjunct Cancer Therapies Every year millions of people are diagnosed with this serious condition which is not a disease as much as it is a symptom that the body is no longer able to regulate cellular homeostasis. Cancer is often caused by the combination of nutrient deficiencies and the limit of toxicity that … Read More

Personalized Meal Plans & Supplement Protocols

Personalized Meal Plans At biosis we recognize the importance of diet, as the great Hippocrates once said” let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”. One of the most important aspects of disease prevention and maintenance of optimal health is a strong understanding of how foods impact our health. You may have heard … Read More

Health Programs & Protocols

Health Programs and Protocols At Biosis Healthcare Center our approach to your health and wellbeing are very different from the traditional medical model because our exclusive preventative assessments are just the beginning of the vast solution-oriented services that we offer. As one of Canada’s leading healthcare centers, we also provide year-round follow-up and individualized wellness … Read More

Bio-therapeutic Drainage

Biotherapeutic Drainage Many people focus their healthcare on diet or stress factors but elimination of toxic residues is just as important. When toxins accumulate, the cells and tissues no longer function as they should leading to acute and chronic diseases. A definition for “drainage remedies” states that they “are remedies which promote the excretory functions … Read More

Diet Therapies

  “Let Food be Thy Medicine” Hippocrates, recognized as the “father of medicine” for his accomplishments nearly 2500 years ago, said “Let thy food be thy medicine”. Diet therapy is a broad term for the practical application of nutrition as a preventative or corrective treatment of disease. This usually involves the modification of an existing … Read More

Botanical / Herbal Medicine

What is herbal medicine? Herbal medicine — also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine — refers to using a plant’s seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medicinal purposes. Herbalism has a long tradition of use outside of conventional medicine. It is becoming more main stream as improvements in analysis and quality control along with … Read More


What is Homeopathy? Homeopathy is a non-toxic system of medicine used to treat illness and relieve discomfort of a wide variety of health conditions. It is practiced by licensed physicians and other qualified prescribers in many regions of the world, including Europe, Asia, the U.K., and the U.S. Information on the use of several hundred … Read More

Natural Medicine

What Is Natural Medicine? Natural Medicine is a distinctively natural approach to health and healing that recognizes the integrity of the whole person. Natural Medicine is heir to the vitalistic tradition of medicine in the Western world, emphasizing the treatment of disease through the stimulation, enhancement, and support of the inherent healing capacity of the … Read More

Menstrual Disorders

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)   PMS is a cluster of physical and emotional symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle. Most women experience some degree of PMS at some point in their menstrual history, although symptoms vary significantly from woman to woman. Reproductive hormones and neurotransmitters are thought to play a central role in PMS.  Five to ten … Read More

Immune Enhancement & Detoxification Programs

Complete Detoxification Packages Cellular detoxification is a critical ongoing process for achieving and maintaining health in the human body. It involves the elimination of substances which are poisonous and for which the body has no further constructive use and therefore must be eliminated in order to prevent dysfunction and sickness in the body. All healthy … Read More

Hypoglycemia, Dysglycemia,

Hypoglycemia and Dysglycemia Hypoglycemia means low blood sugar, whereas “Dysglycemia” refers to abnormal blood sugar levels from any cause which results from a disorder of blood sugar metabolism. Usually the more specific terms hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), or others are used instead, and dysglycemia is used only when a firm diagnosis … Read More

Heavy-Metal and Mercury Toxicity

Heavy-Metal and Mercury Toxicity Our environment has become polluted with many environmental chemicals and heavy metals. These toxins have become an inseparable part of the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. Toxic exposure can affect us on a daily basis–from sources we may never even suspect. The human body … Read More

Fertility Issues – male & female

Infertility   Infertility is a major and growing problem. Over three million visits each year to North American physicians are for infertility. The demand for treatment is increasing and the cost, both financial and emotional, can severely strain relationships.  Symptoms  Infertility is defined as the absence of conception after one year of regular intercourse without the … Read More

Fatigue/ Stress Syndromes

So many people in our modern society feel overwhelmingly tired. Low vitality seems to be the bane of our daily experience. Everything about our existence in today’s world is moving at such a fast pace that it just leaves us breathless. It seems as if there is never enough time to accomplish our goals. The … Read More

Environmental & Food Allergies

Environmental Allergies  With environmental allergies, reducing your exposure to whatever is irritating you is key. Some people are allergic to household cleaners such as laundry detergent, hence the many varieties of mild detergent. With common irritants like mold and dust, a cleaning routine can help.  Reduce mold by removing houseplants, using a dehumidifier, avoiding carpet … Read More

Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders

Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders  Your endocrine system is a collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate your body’s growth, metabolism, and sexual development and function. The hormones are released into the bloodstream and transported to tissues and organs throughout your body. The following are the various components of the endocrine system:  Adrenal glands- Divided … Read More

Digestive Disorders – GERD, Heartburn, Gastritis, Ulcers

____________________________________ There’s only one major disease and that is malnutrition.  All ailments and afflictions to which we may succumb are directly traceable to this major disease of “malnutrition” ~ D W.  Cavanaugh, M.D., Cornell University  ______________________________________ There are many different digestive disorders and drugstores are lined with literally hundreds of different remedies to try to block … Read More

Diabetes (Type I & II)

Diabetes - Type 1 & 2   What should I know about Diabetes?  Diabetes mellitus, a term that means “the running through of sugar,” was first identified in the 1st century AD. The disease was described in old books as “the melting down of flesh into urine.” Diabetes mellitus is a chronic condition where there is less … Read More

Depression/ Anxiety/ Mood Disorders

Depression   What should I know about depression?  Depression has been part of the human condition since antiquity. Hippocrates, the ancient Greek “Father of Medicine,” is generally credited with the first description of an emotional disorder and is thought to have coined the term “melancholia,” literally translated as “black bile.”  Although life is filled with unexpected … Read More

Colon & Intestinal Disorders- Chrons, Colitis, IBS, IBD, Constipation

Crohn’s Disease   Introduction   Also known as regional enteritis or ileitis. Crohn’s is an idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) most often affecting the small intestine and colon and characterized by sharply segmental transmural fibrosis and strictures (skip lesions), non-caseating granulomas, and fissures which lead to fistulae formation. Genetics, bacterial infections, immune system disturbances, and dietary factors … Read More

Cholesterol, Triglycerides

Hyperlipidemia  or Cholesterol   What should I know about Hyperlipidemia? If your health professional says you have hyperlipidemia, this simply means the amount of fat in your blood is higher than it should be. (“Hyper” means high; “lipid” is another word for fat or fat-like substance; “emia” refers to the blood.) Although high cholesterol is … Read More

Candida/ Dysbiosis /Parasites

Dysbiosis Dysbiosis (also called dysbacteriosis) refers to a condition with microbial imbalances on or inside the body. Dysbiosis is most prominent in the digestive tract or on the skin, but can also occur on any exposed surface or mucous membrane such as the vagina, lungs, mouth, nose, sinuses, ears, nails, or eyes. It has been associated … Read More

Cancer Ajunct Therapies

Complementary and Adjunct Cancer Therapies Every year millions of people are diagnosed with this serious condition which is not a disease as much as it is a symptom that the body is no longer able to regulate cellular homeostasis. Cancer is often caused by the combination of nutrient deficiencies and the limit of toxicity that … Read More

Blood Pressure / Heart Disease

Blood Pressure / Heart Disease Good cardiovascular health is more than just the symptom of elevations in blood pressure, we look for the cause as to why you’re blood pressure is elevated, and help reduce or eliminate blood pressure medications that may be treating the symptom but don’t treat the cause. We also analyze other … Read More

Attention Deficit Disorders– ADD & behavior disorders

Attention Deficit Disorders– ADD & other behavior disorders Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD a.k.a. hyperactivity) affects thousands of infants, children, adolescents, and adults. It shows up as abnormalities in behavior like hyperactivity, learning disorders and communication problems in early childhood with some remission occurring before birth and that, left untreated, continue to suffer from the condition … Read More

Asthma and Respiratory Disorders

Asthma and Respiratory Disorders Asthma is a com­mon lung con­di­tion in the mod­ern world, one that impacts the lives of adults and chil­dren alike. Asthma threat­ens one’s essen­tial abil­ity to breathe, to take in oxy­gen, our most basic and urgent sur­vival need.  Asthma is a con­di­tion marked by recur­rent attacks of breath­ing dif­fi­culty, with wheez­ing … Read More

Arthritis and Pain Management

Arthritis and Pain Management Arthritis There are two major forms of arthri­tis and many dif­fer­ent causes for both. Osteoarthri­tis, more com­mon in the elderly, describes a con­di­tion in which the car­ti­lage in the joints wears away, induc­ing pain and stiff­ness mainly in weight-bearing joints. Osteoarthri­tis can be clas­si­fied into two major cat­e­gories: Pri­mary OA and … Read More


Allergies An allergy is a intol­er­ance to a par­tic­u­lar sub­stance. The term “food aller­gies” refers to hyper­sen­si­tiv­ity reac­tions to cer­tain foods or com­po­nents of food which lead to the pro­duc­tion of spe­cific anti­bod­ies, and the release of his­t­a­mine and other aller­gic medi­a­tors by mast cells. The term “food sen­si­tiv­i­ties” refers to a reac­tion to a … Read More

Acne / Skin Disorders – Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis

Acne A com­mon inflam­ma­tory pilose­ba­ceous dis­ease char­ac­ter­ized by come­dones, papules, pus­tules, inflamed nod­ules, super­fi­cial pus-filled cysts, and, in severe cases, deep inflamed puru­lent sacs. Acne is most preva­lent among teenage boys and girls and the hor­monal changes that take place at this age are cer­tainly at the root of many skin prob­lems. These changes cause … Read More