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by Jill Ettinger

We all know which foods we do best to avoid (right?). Despite the alluring appeal of Oreos, Mountain Dew or McAnything, processed foods provide little nutrition and a whole lot of risks. But when it comes to the good stuff—what are the best foods to put into our bodies...

 

Editor´s Note: Which healthy foods give you the most bang for the buck? Most of us are aware what to avoid on the plate these days, but finding nutrient charged foods that are convenient, packed with vitamins and appealing to eat can be an enigma for many. Jill Ettinger, writer for Organic Authority and Naturally Savvy, streamlines her natural talents with expertise on natural foods, presenting us with 8 nutrient rich go-to foods.

 

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Editor’s Note:  I was at the store the other day and I saw this huge display of oatmeal set up in one of the aisles. It was a very brightly colored display with the slogan “fortified with vitamins and minerals” and the health benefits of oats posted all over it, that doesn’t sound so bad does it? However, me being me, I picked up one of the display boxes and was horrified that this product was being marketed as healthy...

 

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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...

 

Naturopathy


by Jason Jenson

I get many questions in my classes, seminars and practice... "What vitamins should I take?"


This is a loaded question, but I've been able to recommend a good foundation for supplementation. This, of course, is dependent upon a good diet and lifestyle, which we'll probably go into another topic.


So here we go. The five pillars.


 

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...

 

 

 

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by Dr. Steve Gangemi

1) Multi-Type Supplements: People love to take their “multi-vitamins” even though most contain minerals and a host of other ingredients such as herbs, amino acids, and sometimes stimulants. The idea that a multi will give you the insurance you need for the nutrients you might not get throughout the day is a huge misconception for many reasons...

 

 

 

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Editor's Note: Spirulina is considered a wide-spread potent supplement benefiting malnutrition, but according to Dr. Mercola, it is crucial to check quality before buying. It is important to buy organic, due to radiation issues and mercury levels. Spirulina is a supplement that provides protein, vitamins and minerals that helps boost immunity, protect against heart disease and helps with brain function.
 

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by Deepak Chopra
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

In Maharishi Ayurveda (Sanskrit–Ayus “life,” and Veda “knowledge” or “science,” hence “the science of life” or “the knowledge of life span”), a balanced diet does not revolve around fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. Nor are calories, vitamins, and minerals given direct attention. These nutrients are known to us intellectually, not through direct experience. You cannot detect vitamin C in your orange juice, much less the difference between it and vitamin A...

 

Editor´s Note: According to Deepak Chopra, M.D., a balanced diet delivers much more than fats, carbs and protein. The Ayurvedic diet consists of 6 different tastes, called rashas, and enriches one's diet in a natural form. Chopra states that one can be fulfilled and satisfied daily, relying on simple flavors such as pungent, sweet, salty and astringent bites.

 

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