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What is Naturopathy? A system of medicine blending natural and non-toxic therapies with current advances in modern medicine, covering all aspects and ages of family health. Are you looking for an alternative natural health therapy? Naturopathy healing is the one for you. Learn more about naturopathy healing with All Things Healing naturopathy information articles online! Long before medical science was established, people relied on natural remedies to cure diseases. Today, even with the presence of different kinds of medical science, this kind of healing practice still exists but in a more formal and established form: naturopathy healing. Naturopathy healing is an alternative medical technique that focuses on natural remedies and natural healing therapies. Although naturopaths (the primary care physicians) conduct different kinds of diagnostic tests that conventional doctors employ, naturopathy focuses more on the holistic approach when it comes to improving one’s health. Natural health therapy is one of the major aspects of naturopathy. This kind of treatment is based on people’s traditional beliefs that nature has healing powers; therefore it mainly relies on nature’s healing properties when it comes to curing various diseases. The ability of the body to heal itself is also highlighted in naturopathy, and there are corresponding treatment modalities naturopaths especially use in this kind of practice. When you visit a naturopathic doctor, you can expect naturally-occurring and minimally-invasive treatment methods for your health problems. Surgeries and radiations are typically avoided as well as synthetic drugs and vaccinations. Lifestyle changes, diet advice, and natural health therapy may be given as part of the holistic approach. Several natural healing therapies may also be employed such as acupuncture, applied kinesiology, homeopathy, iridology and more. Naturopathy information states that naturopathy revolves around six core values, and such values are the oaths that naturopathic doctors live by. Today, naturopathy healing is especially prevalent in USA and Canada.  

What is Naturopathic Medicine
Dr. Lachman is a licensed naturopathic doctor. She is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Pennsylvania Asosciation of Naturopathic Physicians. ...
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by Emily Kane

Many of us have been incited to concern, even fear, about cholesterol levels. There has been an enormous media and medical push to reduce cholesterol levels in the past two decades. Most folks interested in lowering their cholesterol levels have been told this is a risk factor for premature death from cardiovascular disease. Many doctors, and of course all marketers of cholesterol-lowering drugs, believe having cholesterol above 200 means the patient is more likely to get a heart attack, or die from blocked arteries.




by Andrea Purcell

Studies show that the average American drinks an estimated 56 gallons of soft drinks each year. More than 15 billion gallons were sold in 2000. Soda accounts for more than one-quarter of all drinks consumed in the United States. In the past 10 years, soft drink consumption among children has almost doubled in the United States. Studies have linked soda to osteoporosis, obesity, tooth decay and heart disease.






by Dr. Barbara Koudelka

Naturopathic Medicine works with the body to bring it back into balance using natural therapies so the body can heal itself. Included natural therapies can be nutrition, exercise, homeopathy, vitamins, minerals, supplements, energetic medicine, acupuncture, botanical medicine (herbs), and many more...






by Bill Walter, ND,

As a naturopathic physician, many people seeking to stay healthy often ask me for advice about how to do a cleansing detox. Their friends may have gone through the process, or they read about it online, and they just think that it could help them feel better and be healthier...





by Dr. Eli Camp

The past three decades have seen an explosion in autism rates in the US. In the 1970s autism was considered very rare, with three or four children out of 1000 being diagnosed. Today, it is estimated that one in every 110 children in the US are diagnosed with autism, which makes it more prevalent than juvenile diabetes, pediatric AIDS, and childhood cancer combined...



by Dr. Tricia Pingel, NMD

Humans are the only mammal on earth that continue to drink milk past infancy.  We consume dairy products on a daily basis, often failing to notice that it is not always tolerated by our bodies, especially in small children...


Editor's Note from Rebecca Snowden: Dr. Tricia Pingel is a Naturopathic Physician who works extensively with the pediatric population. Drawing from her expertise, she reveals a major reason why chronic ear infections and asthma are so prevalent in children today.



by Thomas A. Kruzel, ND

Statin medications are presently one of the most prescribed drugs in the United States because of their ability to lower cholesterol levels and presumed effects for the prevention of heart disease. Millions of prescriptions are written every year with little attention paid to possible side effects, a problem encountered with any drug...


Editor's Note from Rebecca Snowden: With a deep and thorough look into the use of statins, the esteemed Naturopathic Physician, Thomas Kruzell, spells out the risks and benefits of statins...which list is longer? Might there be alternatives?



by Irma Jennings

When I heard about Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s one week Food Stamp Challenge on the Sunday Morning Show, I was intrigued.  As a bone health and nutrition coach, I wondered whether you could not just survive but eat well on food stamps...


Editor's Note from Julie Lachman: If you know anyone who says eating healthy or organic is expensive, send him or her this article. It really is feasible to eat healthy on a budget. It's the processed foods that actually cost us in our pocketbook and our waistline.



by Andrea Purcell

Two of the conditions routinely screened for in peri-menopause are osteopenia and osteoporosis. Osteopenia is most easily defined as the beginning stages of bone loss and osteoporosis as more severe bone loss with an increased fracture risk. Both are measured using hip and spine bone density measurements. There are many factors that contribute to bone health including decreasing hormone levels, the quality of the food we eat, exercise, age, familial history and body type...



by Heather Manley, ND

The purpose of sunscreens is to help shield you from the sun’s ultraviolet rays (UV) rays. It does this is 2 ways...


Editor's Note: Dr. Manley is author of the award winning Human Body Detectives, her children’s educational series of story-telling books, eBooks, and iPhone/iPad apps. Find out what her take is on sunscreens, how you can make the most informed decisions when shopping for them and how to use them most effectively.



by Cheryl Kasdorf, ND

Dry skin brushing is an easy, fast, no-cost way to keep your skin soft and youthful and enhance your inner glow! It assists the whole body in detoxification, and the light touch stimulates lymphatic flow for immune system health. You can do it on your way to bed at night in a minute or less!



Editor's Note: This is a great article on some simple steps you can take to avoid burning the candle at both ends. Some of these things you may not even realize how they might be contributing to burning you out and yet are simple modifications to make.


by Alisha Moadab, ND,

We are probably all aware that sun can burn the skin, and thus can be a contributing cause for carcinogenic (cancer) causing processes to occur in our body. Cancer is complex and is usually multi-factorial, not just from one cause. Sun burns can cause free radical damage, but if one has a high level of antioxidants to combat it, the damage done may not be so detrimental...


Editor's Note: Summer came a little late in some parts of the country, but here is some news you can use, and better late then never to save your skin.



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Surviving in the Modern World: Back to Basics

by Ann Lee, ND

Everyone knows how difficult it is to lead a healthy lifestyle in the modern world. The stress itself is the biggest obstacle to health. That is why I am sharing with you tips that you can use for life.


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