Crane Holmes, ND, Talks IBS

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Apr 18, 2019 — NUNM’s own Crane Holmes, ND (’16), is featured in an Associate of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC) article about naturopathic approaches to irritable bowel syndrome. Dr. Holmes is certainly an expert on the subject after completing two years of medical residency under Dr. Steven Sandberg-Lewis, founder of NUNM’s SIBO Center. Additionally Dr. Holmes supervises students at …

ND-MSiMR Student Published in Nutrition Reviews Journal 

Naturopathic medicine and integrative research student, Courtney “Katie” Pickworth, has been published in the Nutrition Reviews journal. Katie developed her published manuscript while working on one of her Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research (MSiMR) thesis projects. In 2017, Nutrition Reviews was ranked the sixth highest impactful nutrition and dietetics journal in the world. …

Therapeutic Benefits of Pets with Gaia Mather, ND

Apr 11, 2019 — Join NUNM’s Gaia Mather, ND and Graduate and Assistant Professor, as she weighs in on the therapeutic benefits of having a pet. From unconditional love and acceptance (is there anything better?!), to improved cardio benefits, owning a pet has so many benefits. In fact, studies have shown that your entire immune system may be stronger due …

Finding Your Passion as an ND with Dr. Carrie Baldwin-Sayre

Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, ND, doing what she does best – supporting NUNM students in accomplishing their own dreams! Our Associate Dean of Clinical Education at NUNM, OANP President and NUNM alumna (’04), Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, ND was recently featured by the AANMC. Dr. Baldwin-Sayre tells the AANMC about her choice to become a naturopathic doctor, her time at …

The Paleo Diet: Pros and Cons According to NUNM

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Apr 10, 2019 — The essential premise of the Paleo Diet is simple: we’re better off eating what people ate before the Agricultural Revolution. The best food, according to this philosophy is simple, unprocessed, and what a hunter-gatherer would have eaten.

NUNM Nutrition Grad Making Gourmet Spices with Cricket Protein

Apr 4, 2019 — Kate Stoddard, MScN 17`, was featured on KPTV's MORE show! Stoddard has created a line of protein-packed seasoning spices called Orchestra Provisions after graduating from our Master in Nutrition program. She realized there weren't many truly sustainable protein options out there, and wanted help improve our food system.

Plant-Based Diets: Pros and Cons According to NUNM

Apr 3, 2019 — There are unhealthy ways to eat plant-based. The data surrounding the benefits of a plant-based diet emphasizes fresh, whole ingredients and minimizing processed foods in addition to increasing plant products. Shifting to a plant-based diet or even simply adding more fresh produce into an individual’s diet is sure to improve health in some way.

4 Natural Medicine Tips for Spring

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Mar 20, 2019 — At NUNM, we believe in the healing power of nature to boost our immune systems, help us fight off allergies and transition from one season to another. Our graduates learn different naturopathic modalities to help their patients to thrive. Join Josh Corn, ND, MS, as he discusses 4 tips for this spring season.

This Spring Support Your Liver and Gallbladder With Chinese Medicine

Classical Chinese medicine recognizes that the health of the body is dependent on all the laws of nature. We are part of, and considered a reflection or microcosm of, the broader natural flow or macrocosm of nature. Chinese medicine practitioners look to nature to help them understand how to treat their patients.