Imagine -- it only takes one night of getting together with friends or neighbors who also want to preserve the summer berries to end up with jars that can replace a year's worth of store bought jellies and jams...
by Dr. Alisha Moadab,
Have you ever heard that “the way to good health is paved with good intestines” as many of my Naturopathic Doctors say? Well, often there can be barriers to good digestion, thus leading people to have low absorption of vitamins and minerals—a necessity (so eat your fruits and vegetables). I.V. therapy is a solution to a compromised gut...
Editor's Note from Dr. Alisha Moadab: Here is a self-written article on a nutritional I.V. (intravenous) Therapy that is used my many Naturopathic Doctors to help people who suffer from fatigue, fibromyalgia, or compete in athletic events...
by Dana Layon
When you understand menopause and how yoga can help you can:
Make nutritional choices that will be in alignment with your personal needs
Find relief from symptoms of peri-menopause through yoga postures and breathing techniques. Make lifestyle choices that better fit your needs as well as the environment
Redefine your outlook on menopause and what it truly means to us as women...
by Carmella Hensyel
Spring is definitely in the air…so you’d better get ready for the warm days and the opportunity to spend your free time outside in the sunshine getting your garden ready for this year’s harvest...
Editor's Note from Sam Rafoss: Planting a garden is easier than you think. Use some tips from this author, and you'll be well on your way.
by Dr. Colleen Huber, NMD
Knowing what I spend on groceries in an average week for my all whole-food, mostly organic-eating family, I had to test the conventional wisdom for myself. So one day in January 2005 I went to a typical supermarket right around the corner from me to see how the other half lives ...
Editor’s Note: The information in this article supports the fact that organic foods can be purchased and consumed without breaking your family’s food budget and are better for your overall health...
by Brant Pedersen DC , CCSP
Life is a learning experience. Stressors abound and especially during our early years we have a tendency towards accidents and trauma. First learning to walk, then going up and down stairs, and starting to ride a bike... scabs and bruises were likely a part of your childhood. Part of youth is learning the limits of what our bodies can and cannot do.
Editor's note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: Have you ever left the chiropractor's office and thought to yourself, "wow, I never realized those two things were related but it makes sense and I feel so much better"?This frequently happens to many chiropractic patients because chiropractors address and correct the root cause of health concerns. In this article Dr. Brant Pedersen tells his story of falling out a window when he was young, struggling with some health concerns as a teenager and then finally receiving chiropractic care and nutritional advice that changed his life. It made such a profound impression that he decided to become a chiropractor himself, so that he can help others optimize their lives.
by Kristin Wartman
Just this past week, I was surrounded by some of these sick people — in my own house, no less. A few days later I started to feel a slight pressure in my chest and a vague headache, but I was determined not to come down with anything — after all, this is my specialty — so I loaded up on the items in the list I’ve provided you with below and am happy to report I’m healthy as can be...
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