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.
Heart-healthy foods – a quick reference list
Tips to warm up and feel warmer throughout your day
Do you have a vitamin or mineral deficiency? Make sure to check in and monitor with PCP and your naturopathic physician.
“Iron deficiency is one of the leading contributors to the global burden of disease”, noted the authors of a review published in the Lancet. Indeed. While iron deficiency can occur with and without anemia, it is not unusual to see a patient with an abnormal or suboptimal iron panel. (Suboptimal iron is very low ironContinue reading “Understanding Your Iron Status”
If you are fortunate to be healthy, well and working from home, one “risky” aspect may be the proximity of your kitchen and snacks galore. Navigating that while sitting on your bum most of the day can be challenging. If you are a snacker / grazer / [or insert your own word here], it canContinue reading “Healthy Snacking while Working from Home”
“Should I take a multivitamin?” This is one of the most common questions I get asked. While multi’s are generally a nice all-around boost, it’s great to go a little deeper and discuss what’s best for each person. Did you know: naturopathic physicians use advanced testing to measure your individual levels of essential micronutrients andContinue reading ““Should I take a multivitamin?””
February is Heart Health Month, so cheers to your heart that literally never stops beating!! Wondering how naturopathic doctors may support your cardiovascular health? Aligned with our naturopathic philosophy, we take an in-depth look at you as an individual: your risk factors, lifestyle and nutrition, basic and advanced testing and more, all in the contextContinue reading “Happy Heart Health Month!”
As naturopathic doctors, one of our foundational principles is “docere,” which translates as “doctor as teacher.” We believe in educating each person to know what is happening with their health and why we make the recommendations we make. Knowledge is power, and we seek to empower our patients to reach their health goals. Here’s aContinue reading “Naturopathic Principles, Empowerment + Choosing Health”