The practice of naturopathic medicine emerges from six principles of healing. These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in light of scientific analysis.
The most powerful tool to restore health or even better prevent disease lies in a healthy lifestyle based on a wholesome diet, plenty of exercise and adequate rest. Eat, move, and sleep.
But in our modern days best efforts can fall short and the need for short- or even long-term supplementation arises.
Natural remedies are powerful extracts that can alleviate deficiencies and help the body recover before and even after a pathological disorder has manifested itself.
Key here is to identify the root cause and with a holistic approach add the right set of dietary and/or herbal supplements.
The market for such products is vast and manufacturers have an incentive to sell. With that, dosages are usually listed at the upper therapeutic limit. Entrusting a health professional to properly advise on the right individual dosage can make the difference between harm and health.
As a board-certified Doctor of Natural Medicine I am trained in the customization of dietary and herbal medicinal compounds, their interaction and potential side effects. In my practice I pride myself not to be bound to any specific vendor or manufacturer. My clients can trust my recommendation to be free and clear of any other motif than their own best interest.