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Essential Food Prep

Essential Food Prep

Get ahead of the game by preparing your own foods. It is a lot easier than you think with the right tools, and the right food sources.

...When it comes to the dried fruit you should look for sulfite free fruits while making sure no sugar has been added (it’s fruit, come on, does it really need more sugar?). With some planning you could buy fresh fruits, and dehydrate them yourself while storing them to be used later...

Allergies... They're Already Here!

Allergies... They're Already Here!

Allergy season is already upon us. Are you prepared?

...The body can only detoxify so much before it becomes overwhelmed, and unable to process things. As the body moves further, and further from homeostasis, we then are able to see all of the ways the body is suffering. The goal of a Naturopathic Doctor is to help restore homeostasis to the system. We pick apart our patient’s lives, diet, habits, and chemistry to find the best way to lower their allergic potential. I wish I could tell my patients to avoid going outside when their allergies are horrible, but that is not possible...

Do You Help Your Medical Team To Communicate?

Remember to tell us, your doctors, what medication you are taking.

...Labs that I do with you I hope you are sharing with your PCP, and vice versa. When your PCP puts you on a new medication then I need to know what it is so that I make sure what I’m prescribing for you does not interact with that other medication negatively...

 

Nuts, And Allergies, And Things...

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Nuts, And Allergies, And Things...

To eat nuts, or not to eat nuts. That is the question.

When it comes to food sensitivities and allergies I, as a naturopathic doctor, am concerned about the timing of introduction, quantity, quality, and bodies responses to food...

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Molds - Indoor And Outdoor

I know it is summer time and most of us are not thinking about mold, as it is warm and dry.

Food Allergies

According to HealthDay News food allergies are up 18% among US children over the past decade.