Naturopathic Medicine FAQ's

Naturopathic Medicine FAQ's

FAQ #1: What is naturopathic medicine? Naturopathic medicine is a distinct practice of medicine that emphasizes prevention and the self-healing process to treat each person holistically and improve outcomes while lowering health care costs. Naturopathic doctors are educated and trained in accredited naturopathic medical colleges. 

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Garlic Greens & Goodness! - Bone Building Recipe

Garlic Greens & Goodness! - Bone Building Recipe

Most of us have a handful of familiar vegetables that we rotate through, with the usual suspects being broccoli, green beans, spinach, carrots and cauliflower. Sautéed spinach becomes a staple stand-by when dinner needs to be on the table fairly quickly. But an often-overlooked and highly nutritious green, that is just as easy to prepare as spinach, is Swiss Chard.

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Orange Ginger Salmon Recipie

Orange Ginger Salmon - Bone & Joint Support Recipe

Salmon is an excellent source of Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin D – both nutrients that are important in maintaining healthy joints and bones. Incorporating more Omega 3 fats into our diet, from fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, or mackerel), walnuts and flax seeds, can have important health benefits and help to counter inflammation.

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Recipes with Bone-Building Ingredients for Your Bone Health

Bone-Building Ingredients in this Savory Southwest Layered Salad

Create this delicious salad with bone-building ingredients! Help support your bone health with the Savory Southwest Layered Salad Recipe and treat your taste buds too!

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Bone Health Support Through Strength Training Exercises

Tips and Tricks for the Best Bone-Building Exercises

It may sound weird, but your bones need exercise. In fact, they can’t grow or remain strong without it. That’s because skeletons are living tissue, even though we don’t think of them that way.

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Seven Surprisingly Joint-Friendly Foods

Seven Surprisingly Joint-Friendly Foods

You probably already know that foods like salmon, sardines, and sesame seeds – all rich in omega 3 fatty acids – can make a significant difference in your joint comfort. But these seven joint-friendly foods may just take you by surprise.

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The Better Bones Diet: Spotlight on Bone-Building Nutrients

The Better Bones Diet: Spotlight on Bone-Building Nutrients

When it comes to healthy bones, the first nutrient to cross almost everybody’s minds is calcium – and for good reason. Calcium is by far the most prevalent mineral in your bones (and teeth). And you need to keep up a steady supply, in just the right amount, to ensure your body has enough to maintain a healthy skeleton.

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DXA a window into your bone density

DXA - A Window Into Your Bone Density

We don’t usually think about – or even notice – our bones until there’s a problem, like a fracture. In the past, that’s how people would find out that they had osteoporosis – because their bones broke. Now, we have a reliable way to measure bone strength before a bone breaks.

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Raspberries - Unexpected Bone Building Super Food

5 Unexpected Bone-Building Super Foods

When you think about foods to build healthy bones, your mind probably goes straight to the dairy case. That can take care of your daily calcium requirements but may not cover the other nutrients that calcium depends...

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The Best Joint Supplements The Chicken or The Egg… or the Cow?

The Best Joint Supplements The Chicken or The Egg… or the Cow?

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When it comes to joint pain, there’s no shortage of supplements on the market, all promising to lessen the aches and stiffness that come with arthritis. 

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Why Your Joints Ache When It Rains

Why Your Joints Ache When It Rains

Weather clearly affects people who live with chronic joint pain.

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Anti-Inflammatory Foods Help Keep Your Joints Pain-Free

Anti-Inflammatory Foods Help Keep Your Joints Pain-Free

When it comes to inflammation and the pain it causes, food can be your staunchest ally… or your biggest enemy. 

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