Spring Into Wellness with Naturopathic Medicine

May 28, 2008 at 4:58 pm 1 comment

Spring marks a time of transition between the stillness of winter and the liveliness of summer with signs of new life emerging at every turn. In the last remaining weeks of this season, I encourage you to explore the seeds of wellness that may be taking root in your own life. As a naturopathic physician, my goal is to help connect my patients with their own innate healing potential using noninvasive natural therapies. Our bodies naturally want to move in a healing direction and once the obstacles which impose stress on our minds, bodies and spirits are removed, healing can occur. What obstacle are you ready to release to live a fuller, healthier life?

Here are a few tips to help convert your obstacles into wellness opportunities:

  • Support your local Farmer’s Market.
  • Replace coffee and colas with extra water or tangy herbal tea blends.
  • Increase liver-loving foods in your diet such as green leafies, asparagus, onions, artichokes and broccoli.
  • Practice daily gratitude for whatever brings you joy and inspiration in your life.

Entry filed under: spring, Wellness Tips.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Emily Telfair, ND  |  August 26, 2014 at 7:15 pm

    Thank you for your kind words – I appreciate you taking the time to send in a nice comment ~

    Peace to you,
    Dr. Emily


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