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8 Ways to Cultivate Wellbeing in 2018

2018: A Year of New Possibilities for Wellbeing Well, we made it through 2017! We are pulling out of the year of the Rooster, the year of many ‘wake up calls’, and now, we’re moving towards the year of the Dog, a year of loyalty and commitment.  After persevering through 2017, a year of chaos,…

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Three Natural Treatments for Bladder Infections

Bladder Infections Can Be Treated Naturally Most women experience at least one bladder infection in their lifetime. These infections are far from being fun, often causing days off from work and school. Urgency, pain with urination, urinary incontinence, sometimes accompanied by fever, chills and fatigue can put anyone down for few days. Bladder infections can…

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Update on Glioblastoma & Chronic Lyme Disease Patient

Fighting Glioblastoma & Chronic Lyme Disease ”Now is the time to reveal the force of one’s strength, the stoutness of one’s heart and the might of one’s soul . . .To try, to persevere, is to insure ultimate and complete victory.” ~Shoghi Effendi As you may recall from a previous post, Dayna, one of my…

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Get In Shape (Quickly) After The Holidays!

Getting In Shape After Our Holiday Habits After all that yummy holiday food and vacationing, we all tend to put on a few pounds. The weight gain itself is not a health issue. Although the increase in body fat compared to muscle mass could be.  During vacationing we tend to eat more sugar, more processed…

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Men: 3 Steps to Boost Testosterone

At about age 35, testosterone in men begins to drop, a natural process known as andropause. Low T can lead to unhappiness which can precipitate a job loss or divorce. Besides andropause, other causes of low T include stress, unhealthy diet, lack of sleep, and anger and resentment. So let’s see how you can boost…

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The Great Impersonator: Breast Implant Illness

“O FRIENDS! Abandon not the everlasting beauty for a beauty that must die, and set not your affections on this mortal world of dust.” ~ Bahá’u’lláh A Case of Breast Implant Illness A beautiful 51-year old business woman came to me a several months ago. She lived an active and busy lifestyle, despite feeling sick…

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Why I Became a Naturopathic Physician

Naturopathic medicine week is this week, October 9th-15th, and I figured it was time to share why I became a naturopathic physician. My life transformed when I learned about naturopathic medicine at the age of 15 and to my mom, I will always be grateful. From Disease to Wellness Doctors prescribed me frequent antibiotics and…

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PRP: Effective Therapy for Alopecia Areata

“Victories are won usually through a great deal of patience, planning and perseverance, and rarely accomplished at a single stroke.” (Shoghi Effendi, Lights of Guidance, p. 598) For almost 9 years, I did everything to treat my daughter’s alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition that causes hair loss. Some treatments worked a little and others not…

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Love Your Thyroid!

You want to run and be active but your chronic symptoms, depression, fatigue and pain are stopping you from living your potential. And no one can figure it out. The answer may lie in your thyroid function. A problem with your thyroid hormones may be the reason for majority of your symptoms, including weight gain,…

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Glioblastoma Linked to Lyme Disease

Glioblastoma Linked to Lyme Disease Glioblastoma, the most aggressive brain tumor, began to disappear when patients started treatment for chronic Lyme disease. That was my hypothesis ten years ago: the etiology of glioblastoma may begin with a suppressed immune system and hypoxia (low tissue oxygen) created by Borrelia burgdorferi, co-infections, along with a history of head trauma and…

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