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Changing Careers to Pursue Your Calling

Changing Careers to Pursue Your Calling

While there are people who go their whole lives knowing their true calling, some don’t find it until later in life in the midst of another career. Read about the paths three professionals took to shift careers because they discovered passion, balance, and fulfillment in naturopathic medicine.

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Wheatgrass 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Wheatgrass 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Wheatgrass has experienced a resurgence in popularity since the start of the organic movement. Its high concentration of chlorophyll provides a deep green color which has earned it the nickname “Green Blood.” With chlorophyll’s structural similarity to hemoglobin, it is aptly named! Find out how wheatgrass benefits your health and get recipes for blueberry banana wheatgrass smoothies and easy wheatgrass shots!

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Dr. Ralph Esposito – UBSNM

Dr. Ralph Esposito – UBSNM

“I was determined to prove that perhaps modern medicine did not have all the answers. Mix that with drive and a reluctance to accept the status quo, and you have what some would call passion.”

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Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 12/19/18

Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 12/19/18

Dr. JoAnn Yanez, AANMC executive director, joins KCAA’s NBC LA affiliate “On the Brink” to discuss naturopathic approaches to seasonal affective disorder.

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Kale 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Kale 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

If there ever was a mascot for the healthy eating movement it would be kale. This curly dark-green vegetable has established quite the reputation as being the super food of superfoods. Let’s find out why!

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Apple Cider Vinegar 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Apple Cider Vinegar 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Apple cider vinegar can be used in many ways including aiding in digestion, topically for skin care, as a household cleaner, a gargle for sore throats, a trap for fruit flies and even as a hair rinse and dandruff treatment. Let’s take a look at some of the history and health benefits of this versatile liquid.

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Tarragon 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Tarragon 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Considered by French chefs as “King of the Herbs,” tarragon is used to add an interesting pop of flavor to stews, sauces, fish and chicken dishes, omelets and many seasoning blends. Studies have shown that tarragon may be helpful for inflammation, liver protection, diabetes and depression. Find out more about tarragon and try two new recipes for salmon tarragon pasta and tarragon citrus dip!

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2018 Year in Review

2018 Year in Review

Every year the field of naturopathic medical education advances significantly. Each of the seven accredited naturopathic medical schools share an overview of what happened on their campus to further academics, scholarship and community outreach.

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Dr. Robyn Prescott – BINM

Dr. Robyn Prescott – BINM

“I get to share a piece of people’s lives and help guide them to better health on a daily basis. I enjoy creating a safe, connected, and inspiring atmosphere for my patients to heal. “

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Fig 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Fig 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Welcome back to The Naturopathic Kitchen! Each week we go back to the basics to use food as medicine in order to lead healthier lives. It can be intimidating to try new things especially when you don’t know what it is good for or how to prepare/cook it....

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