by Karolyn A. Gazella
In the United States the demand for healthcare continues to rise, while the number of available doctors continues to fall. One consequence of this trend is physician burnout. Can an integrative approach help reduce burnout risk?
by Jennifer Brusewitz, ND
Mealtime for families with children on restrictive diets can be fraught with stress and frustration. This new cookbook is an inspiring, accessible resource for families facing the challenge of transitioning to a grain-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free diet.
by Kurt Beil, ND, LAc, MPH
The mental health benefits of gardening have been recognized for centuries and confirmed by modern-day science, but a recent study is among the first to explore the mechanism of action using biomarker data.
by Andrea McBeth, ND
A study in both human volunteers and mice shows the benefit of autologous fecal transplant for reconstitution of the microbiome following antibiotic treatment. But what about probiotics?
by Natural Medicine Journal
In this interview Stephen Ashmead, MS, MBA, discusses mineral acid chelates and their functions. In addition to discussing mineral supplementation in general, Ashmead delves more deeply into the importance of magnesium and why magnesium chelate is the preferred form.