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by Contributor on Monday Feb 08 2010

Canada’s Ivan Babikov fought his way into the top-10 in a 15-kilometre skate-ski World Cup race at the Canmore Nordic Centre on Friday afternoon. George Grey, of Rossland, B.C., also had a solid race as the only other Canadian cracking into the top-20. The 2006 Olympian, who won a Canadian team time trial last week, finished in 17th spot at 35:04.0.

 

Babikov, known as a “Bull Dog...

by Contributor on Monday Feb 08 2010

Canada’s Ivan Babikov fought his way into the top-10 in a 15-kilometre skate-ski World Cup race at the Canmore Nordic Centre on Friday afternoon. George Grey, of Rossland, B.C., also had a solid race as the only other Canadian cracking into the top-20. The 2006 Olympian, who won a Canadian team time trial last week, finished in 17th spot at 35:04.0.

 

Babikov, known as a “Bull Dog...

by Contributor on Monday Feb 08 2010

Canada’s Ivan Babikov fought his way into the top-10 in a 15-kilometre skate-ski World Cup race at the Canmore Nordic Centre on Friday afternoon. George Grey, of Rossland, B.C., also had a solid race as the only other Canadian cracking into the top-20. The 2006 Olympian, who won a Canadian team time trial last week, finished in 17th spot at 35:04.0.

 

Babikov, known as a “Bull Dog...

by Contributor on Monday Feb 08 2010

Canada’s Ivan Babikov fought his way into the top-10 in a 15-kilometre skate-ski World Cup race at the Canmore Nordic Centre on Friday afternoon. George Grey, of Rossland, B.C., also had a solid race as the only other Canadian cracking into the top-20. The 2006 Olympian, who won a Canadian team time trial last week, finished in 17th spot at 35:04.0.

 

Babikov, known as a “Bull Dog...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Monday Feb 08 2010

The last article focused on the testing for gluten/gliadin problems.  This week we will discuss treatment options.

1.      The first step to feeling better is to eliminate all the foods that the body finds to be an irritant.  This is essential, otherwise symptoms will come and go and it will be almost impossible to pinpoint the foods that are the strongest.  This will minimize any...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Monday Feb 08 2010

The last article focused on the testing for gluten/gliadin problems.  This week we will discuss treatment options.

1.      The first step to feeling better is to eliminate all the foods that the body finds to be an irritant.  This is essential, otherwise symptoms will come and go and it will be almost impossible to pinpoint the foods that are the strongest.  This will minimize any...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Monday Feb 08 2010

The last article focused on the testing for gluten/gliadin problems.  This week we will discuss treatment options.

1.      The first step to feeling better is to eliminate all the foods that the body finds to be an irritant.  This is essential, otherwise symptoms will come and go and it will be almost impossible to pinpoint the foods that are the strongest.  This will minimize any...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Monday Feb 08 2010

The last article focused on the testing for gluten/gliadin problems.  This week we will discuss treatment options.

1.      The first step to feeling better is to eliminate all the foods that the body finds to be an irritant.  This is essential, otherwise symptoms will come and go and it will be almost impossible to pinpoint the foods that are the strongest.  This will minimize any...

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