John Cheyne

Food as Medicine Calgary

John spent his early years in the welding/fabrication industry and then spent 15 years in the beverage can industry manufacturing beverage cans for Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Molson and Labatt Brewery’s. John found a strong interest in the stock markets and retired at 40 to pursue his interests in this area and started a web based investment newsletter. The newsletter has been discontinued but he continues to invest for his own accounts.

The past 10 years have been primarily focused on an import business and car/ truck rebuilding.

A health crisis within the family placed John on a path that is highly focused on health and well being. John has partnered up with his daughter Courtney and son Tyler to form the company Ty Essential Oils. Ty Essential Oils is an online retailer of Essential Oils, diffusers and related products. The site also has a focus on health matters including food, toxins, lifestyle and habit change for better overall health.

Posts by John Cheyne

Blueberry Smoothie Nutraphoria

Quick & Nutritious Breakfast

Life can easily get in the way of eating a balanced and healthy meal. Breakfast has often been stated as the most important meal of...

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Vegetables Nutraphoria

Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner I remember many years ago when some friends of mine were “doing” the Atkins diet. The diet consisted of the idea...

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Healthy Body • Healthy Mind • Healthy Spirit

Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account.

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