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Children's HealthMental Health

A Simple Way to Improve Mental Health in Children

The Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku, usually translated as “forest bathing,” has received a lot of attention in recent years. Studies ...
Microbiome

Probiotic Improves Health of Kidney Cancer Patients

The gut microbiome—the trillions of bacteria and other microorganisms that live in our intestines—plays an extensive role in human health ...
Cardiovascular HealthNutritional Medicine

Supplement Improves Quality of Life in Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is characterized by a narrowing or blockage of vessels that carry blood to the extremities, most ...
Food as MedicineLongevity

Want to Live Longer? Eat the Whole Fish

The health benefits of eating more fish have been well documented, from the heart-healthy properties of omega-3-laden fatty fish to ...
AgingEnergy/Fatigue

Beyond Energy: The Role of Mitochondria in Vital Aging

How maintaining mitochondrial wellness supports cellular function, offsets declines and helps your patients live longer and better Why do we ...
Gastrointestinal Health

Dispelling Common Myths and Misconceptions of Probiotics

With so many probiotics on the market now, it can be confusing as the best one to choose. Additionally, there ...
Mental HealthOmega-3 Resource Center

Omega-3s Linked to Mental Illness

A study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry shows that young adults with low blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids had more psychotic experiences.
Food as Medicine

More Surprising Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet

Women who adhere to a Mediterranean-type diet can lower their risk of all-cause mortality by 23%, according to a new study published in JAMA Network ...
NutritionSleep

Study Uncovers Another Reason to Avoid Ultra-Processed Foods

A study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics shows that a high intake of ultra-processed foods is associated with insomnia.

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Food as MedicineLongevity

Want to Live Longer? Eat the Whole Fish

The health benefits of eating more fish have been well documented, from the heart-healthy properties of omega-3-laden fatty fish to the copious benefits of a ...
Food as Medicine

More Surprising Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet

Women who adhere to a Mediterranean-type diet can lower their risk of all-cause mortality by 23%, according to a new study published in JAMA Network ...
Food as MedicinePregnancy

A Dietary Cure for Preeclampsia?

Preeclampsia—a serious complication of pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure in women whose blood pressure levels were normal—is one of the leading causes of maternal ...
Food as MedicineSleep

Vegetarian Diet for Sleep Apnea

It’s no secret that a plant-based diet offers nearly unlimited health benefits. Research shows that a vegetarian or vegan diet can lower body mass index, ...
Food as MedicineWeight loss

New Research Uncovers Additional Reasons to Eat Kimchi

Kimchi, a traditional Korean dish made by salting and fermenting vegetables with various flavorings and seasonings, is well known as a health food. Cabbage and ...
CancerFood as Medicine

Surprising Benefits of Navy Beans

Beans, beans, good for the…gut? They are. At least according to new research from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Their study, which ...

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Natural Neurology

Our podcast, featuring Karta Purkh (“KP”) Singh Khalsa, AD, a Dietitian-Nutritionist and Ayurveda expert, international lecturer and author of 31 books on natural healing topics, is a must-listen for anyone interested in a natural approach to neurology. Khalsa will share easy-to-apply clinical ...

Addressing Patient Susceptibility to Allergies and Immune Challenges

This episode of the OneMedicine Podcast, featuring Dr. Chris D. Meletis, a Naturopathic Physician, international lecturer, and author of 18 functional medicine books, is a must-listen for anyone interested in addressing patient susceptibility to allergies and immune challenges. Dr. Meletis will share ...

What is Medical Intuition: The Research and Reasons to Include it in Your Practice Tool Kit

In this episode Wendie Colter, MCWC, CMIP clarifies what is medical intuition and what it is not. We review some of the recently published research regarding accuracy and efficacy. Wendie will share examples of medical intuition in practice and how practitioners and ...

Using CBD in a Clinical Practice

In this episode, Chris Meletis, ND, will focus primarily on the clinical use of CBD based on his own experience and the growing body of supporting research. Chris will share his favorite uses and the most effective applications of CBD and terpenes.

Is Your Clinical Approach to SIBO Treatment Leading to Recurrence? (Podcast)

Why is SIBO (small intestinal bowel overgrowth) challenging to treat? Might the issue lie in hasty diagnoses and repetitive treatments without deeply exploring the root cause of SIBO? Could its persistent nature be attributed to the common approach of using antibiotics or ...

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