Women’s health includes a wide array of
Naturopathic physicians have the ability to make an impact on current and future generations of patients. But in order to do this, practitioners must first explore why a patient developed a specific disease. Epigenetics focuses on striking a… Read More
This whitepaper examines the best ways to minimize the effects of stress in children and the various types of botanical medicines that can be used in children and teens to help combat stress. It looks at botanical partners for… Read More
by Tori Hudson, N.D.
The use of hepatoprotective herbs as a treatment method for a number of conditions. This report looks at botanical partners for healing such as:
- Milk thistle
by Beverly Yates, N.D
This whitepaper discusses the three phases of the stress response and treatment options for each phase. It looks at botanical partners for healing such as:
by Dr. Mary Bove
This whitepaper discusses hypertension, hypercholesterolemia
Alzheimer’s disease is practically a household word these days, as the number of individuals diagnosed with this debilitating condition continues to skyrocket. While effective treatments are in the developmental stages, many promising areas… Read More
by: Dr. Tori Hudson, N.D.
Did you know?
- 1-in-71 women over the age of 50 go undiagnosed with thyroid issues
- From 20-40, women experience a 50 percent drop in DHEA levels
- More than 9 million women have type 2 diabetes and nearly a third of those
by Kelly C. Heim,
Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) was first identified in 1979 as an enzyme cofactor in microorganisms. This unique compound has since been characterized as an important growth factor in bacteria and plants and is widely… Read More
by David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM
Research has shown links between our modern high-carbohydrate, low-fat diet, and increasing rates of certain diseases, particularly those relating to brain health. As neurodegenerative disorders rise, so too has… Read More