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Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 02/13/19

Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 02/13/19

Dr. JoAnn Yanez, AANMC executive director, joins KCAA’s NBC LA affiliate “On the Brink” to discuss the relationship between depression and heart disease.

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Chia Seed 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Chia Seed 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Don’t be fooled by their tiny size, chia seeds are ounce for ounce among the most nutritious foods on the planet. Chia is the best source of essential omega-3 fats in the plant kingdom and has been shown to have positive impact on heart health and cholesterol levels. Find out what else chia seeds are good for and get recipes for chocolate-coconut chia seed mousse and protein lemon-chia seed pancakes!

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Blueberry 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Blueberry 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Blueberries, cranberries and Concord grapes are the only three fruits native to North America. Find out why blueberries are so healthy and get recipes for blueberry-onion jam, blueberry crisp and blueberry-lavendar yogurt pops!

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Dr. Eric Secor – Bastyr

Dr. Eric Secor – Bastyr

As Associate Medical Director of Integrative Medicine at Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute, Dr. Secor describes his role as “a challenge and blessing being one of the only NDs directing and growing a multi-site hospital-based IM program.” Learn more about Dr. Secor’s path to naturopathic medicine and his advice for prospective students.

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Hawthorn 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Hawthorn 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Often called “the heart herb,” hawthorn has long been known for its benefits to the cardiovascular system. Use of hawthorn as a food and medicine dates back to the third century where the berries were eaten and the reddish wood was used to make tools. Find out what else hawthorn is good for and try it out for yourself with recipes for heart healthy hawthorn cookies and tea!

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Broccoli 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Broccoli 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

While wild foraging may be all the rage for some vegetables like onions, mushrooms and asparagus, you won’t find any wild broccoli because modern broccoli is actually man-made! Find out why it’s worth the effort by reading about its health benefits. Plus try out recipes for steamed broccoli with olive oil, garlic and lemon, and balsamic roasted broccoli.

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Milk Thistle 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

Milk Thistle 101: The Naturopathic Kitchen

You’ve most likely seen milk thistle in the tea section of your grocery store. While the tea is a great way to get the beneficial effects of milk thistle, every part of the plant is edible and can be used in many different ways for culinary and medicinal uses. Find out what you can do with milk thistle! Plus, take a taste for yourself with recipes for a milk thistle tea and smoothie.

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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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