Research has shown niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, to be helpful in protecting skin health.
Daily bowel movements are essential for good health. If you’re never been asked detailed questions about your poop, you’ve never seen a naturopathic doctor.
If you’ve experienced this excruciating pain or have had crystals seen in a routine urine test, you know stones are no joke. Below are a few ways to help prevent the most common types of kidney stones. As always, your own doc will know what’s best for you, so check with them too.
Heart-healthy foods – a quick reference list
Tips to warm up and feel warmer throughout your day
Nutritious powerhouses, Brussels sprouts are delicious when made well – and it’s super easy to do!
Do you have a vitamin or mineral deficiency? Make sure to check in and monitor with PCP and your naturopathic physician.
Do you have a hard time avoiding your computer and phone for 2 hours before bedtime? Me too. Research shows that stimulation from electronic devices can impact your sleep. Avoiding electronics for at least 2 hours before bedtime can help, as you’re not exposed to the blue light from screens that can disrupt your circadianContinue reading “Those Bedtime Habits”
Did you know? Your skin is your largest organ AND an essential part of your body’s protective barrier. It’s affected by UV rays – more than 15 minutes of sun exposure can be damaging for most people, regardless of skin tone. Your eyes are also sensitive to UV rays, and the skin around your eyesContinue reading “Sun Safety”
Easy, healthy + just a few ingredients! Not to mention… Healthy protein Flexible option for snacking or meals Vegan Gluten-free How to make Socca: Mix 1 cup chickpea flour, 1 cup water, 1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil + 1/2 tsp salt. Let sit for 30 minutes. Halfway through that time, turn on broiler. SetContinue reading “Chickpea Pancakes, aka Socca”