How To Treat SIBO with Naturopathic Medicine

SIBO is a Common Medical Problem One of the most common digestive challenges I see in my offices is small intestinal bowel overgrowth, commonly referred to as SIBO. SIBO is a complicated medical challenge that may be the root cause of many of the cases of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) currently being diagnosed in the Read More …

The Difference Between Treating a Disease Versus Curing it

The Difference Between Treating Versus Curing a Disease Recently, while on my way to the office, I had a very interesting conversation with an UBER driver. He wanted to know what I felt was the main difference between prescribing drugs to treat disease and the use of naturopathic medicine. And I found myself in an Read More …

Magnesium and Health in Women Over 40

Magnesium Deficiencies are Quite Common One of the most common supplements I prescribe in my practice is magnesium. While magnesium can be found in a variety of foods, it is often deficient in the average American diet.  A recent study on magnesium in the American diet, has shown  that nearly thirty-two percent of Americans do Read More …

A Weekend Review Of Bio-Identical Hormone Restoration

The Bio Identical Hormone Restoration Therapy Conference Getting away from Los Angeles, and my busy schedule as a naturopathic doctor, can sometimes be a challenge.  And last weekend, April 25-26, was no exception. Still, it was an amazing two days that I spent in Las Vegas, Nevada at the SLS Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Read More …

Can Turmeric Help in Stroke Recovery?

by Dr. Whimsy Anderson, ND Turmeric powder may help people who have suffered from a stroke In a recent article published on the BBC News web site reported on research indicating that the spice tumeric–commonly used in curry–may be beneficial in fighting the damaging effects of stroke. But this is certainly not the first time Read More …

Can Velvet-bean (Mucuna-pruriens) Be Used To Treat Parkinson’s Disease And Depression?

by Dr. Whimsy Anderson, ND The Velvet Bean (Mucuna Pruriens), has long been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, and many other forms of traditional medicine, for centuries. This unusual plant has many usages, due to a wide variety of benefits that include, aiding in the relief of chronic pain, improved mood enhancement, increased libido, blood Read More …