Entries by Dr. Navaz Habib

Treatment of Sciatica

I originally wrote this article for The Hearty Soul: The Hearty Soul – Sciatica Article As a Chiropractor, one of the most common conditions that I see in my office is Sciatica. Lower back pain with radiation into the leg is very common in North America. In fact, just last week, I had a patient come […]

Candida Overgrowth

I originally wrote this article for The Hearty Soul: The Hearty Soul – Candida Article We have all heard the word ‘Candida’, but many people don’t quite understand what it is. Candida is the genus name for a specific type of Fungus, which is a form of Yeast. Candida fungus, most commonly Candida albicans is present […]

Signs of a Zinc Deficiency

I originally wrote this article for The Hearty Soul: The Hearty Soul – Signs of Zinc Deficiency Zinc is an incredibly important micronutrient to the proper function of our cells, regardless of the type of cell it is. For this reason, Zinc deficiency can have a very wide range of symptoms, regardless of the extent of […]

Fungus causes Chronic Sinusitis

I originally wrote this article for The Hearty Soul: The Hearty Soul: Fungal Allergy Symptoms Every spring, people with seasonal allergies to pollen and other allergens have to make a choice – either take an anti-histamine and enjoy the outdoors, or sit indoors watching others bask in the glory of the beautiful weather that has recently […]

Hormonal Acne – Treatment

I originally wrote this article for The Hearty Soul: The Hearty Soul – Hormonal Acne Treatment Why is it that we always seem to get the largest pimple of our lives on our wedding day, prom night or right before that important business meeting?  Wouldn’t it be great if there were strategies to prevent this embarrassment […]

Gut Bacteria linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis

I originally wrote this article for The Hearty Soul: The Hearty Soul – Gut Bacteria and Rheumatoid Arthritis Recent research has come to the attention of the scientific community linking Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) to the type of bacteria that exists in your gut.  RA is an autoimmune condition experienced more commonly by females than males and […]