How Beliefs, Emotions, Social Relationships, and Cultural Influences Impact Health, Hormones, and the Menopausal Transition: Part I

By | October 2nd, 2018|Integrative Medicine Hints, Latest Articles, Naturopathic, Naturopathic Medicine|

    In the past few weeks, I’ve explored hormonal balance from an integrative, naturopathic, and functional medicine perspective. These chemical messengers are so powerful, the body has complex feedback mechanisms in place to control their levels. In fact, even minute shifts in amounts of hormones can have systemic effects on other vital functions of [...]

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Healthism vs. Health- Living to Avoid Death, or Striving for a Well-Lived Life Part II & September 2017 Health and Integrative Medicine Top Reads

By | October 10th, 2017|Essential Oils, Integrative Medicine Hints, Latest Articles, Naturopathic, Top Reads of the Month|

            In Part I, I recapped this month’s blogs on healthism and the dangers of preoccupation with health perfectionism. I also reviewed a recent study that assessed dietary quality measurements relating to an outcome, rather than focusing on weight loss or laboratory measurements. The authors found that those with higher [...]

April 2010 Top Reads

By | April 2nd, 2010|Naturopathic Medicine, Top Reads of the Month|

What's The Real Question We Should be Asking About Statins? Shocking Osteoporosis Statistics! (Better Bones) We at the Center for Better Bones have come to challenge this distinction between what scientists call “primary” and “secondary” osteoporosis. Our work leads us to suggest that all osteoporosis is indeed caused by something, and in this sense, all osteoporosis is [...]

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