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Bryce Wylde

Alternative medicine expert, Assoc. Medical Director, television host, educator and author

Known as one of Canada’s leading alternative health experts, Bryce Wylde is a highly knowledgeable and respected natural healthcare practitioner whose specialty is homeopathy, clinical nutrition, supplementation, and botanical medicine and whose focus is routed within functional medicine.

As associate medical director at P3 Health in Toronto, and director of My Health Report, he blends the latest in science and technology with traditional and ancient remedies.

He is the CityTv Health Expert for CityLine and Breakfast Television. Prior to his own show "Wylde on Health" on CP24 in Toronto, Bryce has been a regular expert guest on many national and international shows, including The Dr. Oz Show as a regular contributor and member of the medical advisory board.

Bryce graduated with a B.Sc. Hons. (BioPsyc) from York University in Toronto, and a Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (DHMHS) from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine.
Everything You (Actually) Need To Know About Fatty

Everything You (Actually) Need To Know About Fatty Acids

As healthful as some oils can be, aim to consume whole foods as often as possible. Avocados are a perfect example. They offer much more than just their monounsaturated fats. They are also a wonderful source of vitamin C, potassium, vitamin K, as well as soluble fiber. All of these nutrients are absent in the extracted oil.
12/16/2016 07:51 EST
6 Ways To Fend Off The

6 Ways To Fend Off The Flu

Germs are everywhere and sometimes you can't avoid them, but you can avoid touching your face, eyes and nose. By avoiding these areas you reduce your chances of catching and spreading the germs.
11/20/2015 11:16 EST
5 Ways to Cope With the Stressful Fall

5 Ways to Cope With the Stressful Fall Season

We're well into September which means we've entered a shift in our activities: vacations have wrapped up, kids are back at school, the days are getting shorter and we're all dealing with a routine shake-up. These changes add pressure to both parents and children alike. I've rallied up a few pointers on easy diet and lifestyle changes to adopt over the coming months to reduce stress, increase energy and boost overall wellness.
09/23/2015 12:43 EDT