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Food Allergy & Food Sensitivity Testing

“What is the healthiest diet for me?” As a naturopathic doctor, I get this question multiple times a day. I always tell patients that the best diet is different for each person, and is determined by many things such as lifestyle, activity level, location, season,...

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Preventing and Beating Seasonal Depression

The winter and early spring season initiates a time of cooler temperatures, shorter days and longer nights. With that, some may experience mood changes, but not to worry as there are many natural interventions that may improve one’s mood, sleep and energy. Below are...

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Power Up Your Health with Dr Valerie Miles MD on 2/1 & 2/2

We are part of nationwide healthy living movement focused on creating a healthier community, A part of that mission is offering incredible and inspiring health education.  Dr. Valerie Miles MD, an insightful integrative medicine doctor, will be coming to the bay area...

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Holiday Clinic Closure Update

Holiday Clinic Closure Update The clinic will be closed for the Holidays beginning at 5pm on Friday, December 21st through 9am on Wednesday, January 2nd.  All emails and phone calls received during the closure will be responded to when the clinic reopens on January...

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Preventing Illnesses Through Detoxification of Chemicals

    Everyday, we are exposed to hundreds of toxic chemicals through the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the products that we use. These exposures can increase our chances of developing many chronic illnesses, including heart disease,...

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Spotlight on Black Elderberry for Immune Boosting

Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) is a favorite herb at CNM for building the immune system 'boundary' during cold and flu season.  It is wonderful prevention that tastes great and can even be taken year round because of it's nourishing properties. Why do Black Elderberries...

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Immune Tips for Flu Free Flu Season

Fall is upon us and winter is just around the corner, and that brings influenza season. Flu season begins in October and can last throughout May. Typical flu symptoms include fever (in some people), chills, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle aches,...

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