From our inbox to you: From Donna Wiggers of

SGC Admin: From our inbox to you: From Donna Wiggers of

My wish for you

As this year comes to an end, my wish for you is love.

Be the love you wish to feel. It is all around you and within you!

Peace begins with love!

Book your BIE session before Jan 8th 2016.

I will be away starting Jan 8th and will be returning to my practice April 12, 2016.

I still have a few openings between now and then.

Now testing new kits, liver detoxification, radiations, and eyesight.


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3 Ingredient Healthy Cookies


2 medium ripe bananas

1 cup uncooked rolled oats

1/4 cup of walnuts or raisins or dark chocolate chips etc (or a mix of them) Use organic ingredients if possible.


Mash bananas, combine with oats. Fold in nuts(or whatever you choose).

Drop from tablespoon onto prepared baking sheet. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes or until they are firm.

Great to satisfy that sweet tooth! Enjoy!



Happy 2015 Folks… Raw Almond Butter Cups Recipe from Natural Wellness Solutions… Enjoy.. :)

SGC Admin: Happy New Year Everyone.

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Check out the wonderful rew recipe from Donna Wiggers of Natural Wellness Solutions 905-666-0005 

Please note Donna will be away from the office from January 12 to April 13 2015: Let us know if you try it and how it turned out… Email us here

Almond Butter Cups 


  • 3/4 cup ground almonds
  • 1/4 up ground oats
  • 2 Tbsp almond butter
  • 1.5 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1.5 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 1/4 Tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 Tsp vanilla
  • Pinch of sea salt


  • 3 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 3 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 Tbsp Cocoa powder
  • 1 pinch of sea salt


  • Blend almonds and oats until flour like. Dump into large bowl and break up any clumps.
  • Add nut butter, oil, maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla and salt.
  • Place mixture in paper lined muffin tin, and press down.
  • Wisk liquid coconut oil, cocoa, maple syrup and salt until smooth.
  • Spoon over the base, add some coconut shreds if you like.
  • Place in the freezer for 30 minutes, remove paper liners.
  • These can be stored in the fridge or freezer.



Natural Wellness Solutions.. for spring time allergies… :)

SGC Admin: From our inbox to you from Natural Wellness Solutions... 🙂 

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Welcome Springtime!!!

Sensitivity Testing for Pollen/Dust/Mold

Those of you who have suffered in the past with environmental allergies, it is not too soon to start testing and working on getting your body ready for the spring allergy season. I am in the Whitby office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Don’t wait until you start to feel the symptoms. Enjoy this spring & summer symptom free! Remember, if you have pollen allergies you may also have food allergies and vice versa.

One of the first triggers of seasonal allergies is snow mold.

Chemical Allergies

We live in a world of continual environmental change. Most everything we come in contact with or eat contains some kind of chemical additive. Toxic and allergic chemicals are in the air and water. Many people end up at the Doctors with undiagnosed symptoms. Usually treated with some form of medication (eg.anti-depressants), when the cause could be an environmental hazard like coffee or cigarettes. 
Food Additives

Most additives have the potential to cause toxic and allergic reactions. Over 90% of foods at the grocery store contain some kind of additive. The average person consuming more than 10 -15 pounds of food additives per year.
Some of these additives may have the ability to change the digestive process and cause damage to the intestinal lining.
Chemical sensitivity can produce ANY symptom in any person, at any given time. The same chemical may cause headache in one person, and joint pain in another.

Top Four Food Additives

Used as preservative to keep foods from turning brown (wine, beer, citrus drinks,potato chips,dried fruit,frozen items)

Yellow Dye#5
Most food dyes are known carcinogens. It is a synthetic dye derived from coal tar. It is a causative agent in bronchial asthma. Found in cheese, cake mixes, canned vegetables,chewing gum, fruit juice, puddings, salad dressings,ice cream, jams, ketchup, baked goods, wine coolers, liqueurs and much more.

Both are preservatives. Mostly found in cereals, baked goods, frozen dinners, fruit drinks, chewing gum. BHA/BHT may affect the nervous system and are known to cause behavioral problems in children. BHT has been banned from all foods in England.

Used as a flavour enhancer. Occurs in large amounts in food. Many restaurants use MSG, especially fast food. MSG causes headaches, diarrhea, blurred vision,fatigue, hot flashes, numbness of the face, sweating, and palpitations. Prolonged exposure may cause brain damage. Children are very sensitive to MSG. Other names for MSG, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, hydrolyzed yeast, vegetable powder, or natural flavours.

As part of the food sensitivity testing that I conduct, I always test for food additives. Food additives play a large role in many unexplained symptoms. Children especially, behavioral issues are frequently caused by a high sensitivity to food additives and sugars.

It is so important to read the labels on the foods you are buying.

If you don’t like reading labels, then buy food without labels!

Call today to book your session

Wishing you love & light………..Donna


FYI:Natural Wellness Solutions Recipe and happenings:

The following is from Natural Wellness’s Solutions October News Letter: 

Natural Wellness Solutions is located in Whitby, Ontario. 



Food of the Month

Garbanzo Beans (chickpeas)


Originating in the Middle East, Garbanzo Beans are the most widely consumed legume in the the world. They are rich in dietary fibre making them valuable for both digestive and heart health. The soluble fibre content helps to maintain blood sugar levels.

One cup of cooked Garbanzo Beans provides:              14.5 gr of protein

                                                   12.5 gr of fibre

                                                    4.7 mg of iron





1 can (540 ml) chickpeas, rinsed and drained well             

1 tsp. (5 ml) cumin

2 garlic cloves, minced                                                      

3/4 tsp. (4 ml) sea salt

1/4 cup (60 ml) each lemon juice and water                     

1/4 tsp (1 ml) cayenne or to taste

3 tbsp. (45 ml) tahini                                                        

1/3 cup (80 ml) olive oil

1/2 cup (125 ml) canned unsweetened pure pumpkin



Flour tortillas, large or small

Olive oil

Garam masala, cumin seed and sea salt



  1. If making crackers, preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 C).
  2. Place chickpeas, garlic, lemon juice, water and tahini in a food processor. Whirl until smooth. Add pumpkin and seasoning. Whirl. With motor running, drizzle in oil until blended. Taste and add more lemon juice or cayenne if needed.
  3. Lightly brush surface of as many tortillas as you like with oil, sprinkle with garam masala, cumin and salt. Place in a single layer on a baking sheet. Bake until crispy, 7 to 9 minutes. Cool, then break into large crackers.   Enjoy!

Makes 2 1/2 cups (625 ml) hummus.




New at Natural Wellness Solutions


Intro to Yoga – 4 Sessions


Fee: By Donation

Date: Tuesdays- November 1st, 8th, 15th and 20th

Time: 7:30 pm

Length: 90 minutes


Join Shayne Traviss, Yoga Therapist and founder of as he takes you on an introductory journey into your very own Yoga practice…..

This four session Intro to Yoga class is designed to ease you into your own Yoga practice by teaching you the foundations of prana (breath), asana (postures) and Yoga philosophy. The class will be hands on assisted to ensure ease and comfort as you begin your Yoga journey.


No Experience Required.


What is Yoga: Yoga, translated from Sanskrit means union – union of the physical body, mind, spirit and extended body or environment.


What to expect: In this class you will be introduce to yoga philosophy, breath work and postures that are created to help you become more aware in yourself: mind body and spirit. You will learn what you can do to ease your own chronic misalignment, discomfort, stress and improve your personal abilities and quality of life.


Please come with an open mind and an empty stomach. Wear shorts or leggings and a T-shirt. Bring a yoga mat, your favorite blanket and an eye pillow.


If you are recently recovering from an injury please include a doctor’s signed permission slip with your registration form. Please explain to your instructor about any physical issues, medication, recent surgeries, or if you are pregnant or menstruating.

Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. Call 905-666-0005.



EFT/TAPPING Workshop at Natural Wellness Solutions



FEE: $30 (includes copies of material covered)

Joy Lavoie (Practitioner at NWS) is offering to share her knowledge of EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), also known as Tapping. This knowledge can be learned either in a group or at individual appointments. EFT is simple, easy to learn and an extremely effective meridian based energy modality that can help people to quickly and easily overcome long-standing fears, phobias or negative self-talk as well as releasing many physical pains and ailments

If you are interested in participating  or would like more information

please call Janice to register at 905-666-0005.



Natural Wellness Solutions

604 Brock St South, Whitby

Natural Wellness Solutions: Watermelon info and recipe

Donna Wiggers of Natural Wellness Solutions kindly shares the following with us. Please visit her website for more information on her services and other healthy/wellness ideas and solutions.

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No other fruit is more enjoyable on a hot summer day than sweet, juicy watermelon; it has an extremely high water content, approximately 92%.
Why you should add watermelon to your diet. Watermelon is a rich source of heart-healthy nutrients, such as vitamin C and the carotenoid phytonutrient, lycopene; which also provides reddish-pink watermelon with its distinctive coloration. Lycopene, along with beta-carotene and vitamin A, provides powerful antioxidant protection from the oxidative damage to cellular structures caused by free radicals. Watermelon is an ideal food not only because it is nutritious and tastes great, but also because it is low in calories: one cup of watermelon contains only 49 calories!
Summer is the time of year when its concentration of nutrients and flavor are highest and its cost is at its lowest.
Selecting a watermelon
Watermelon will not ripen after they are picked, so it is important to select a ripe watermelon in the market. If you thump a ripe watermelon it will sound like a dull thud rather than tighter ringing or hollow sound. The rind should be relatively smooth – neither overly shiny nor overly dull.
Watermelon retains its maximum amount of nutrients and it’s best taste when it is fresh.
 Watermelon Frappe
4 cups cold watermelon chunks
8 mint leaves
Run the blender at medium speed and drop chunks of watermelon through the feed hole one at a time until they are well integrated.
Add the mint and run the blender at medium speed for 1 minute until the watermelon has liquefied.
Strain into glasses, garnish with a sprig of mint and enjoy! Serves two.
                                               Watermelon-Kiwi Soup
Puree 3 cups watermelon, 1 cup cantaloupe and 1 cup kiwi fruit together. Swirl in a little plain yogurt and serve as a refreshing soup.

Please call Donna at 905-666-0005 or check out her website

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