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Natural Health & Wellness for the Whole Family
Natural Health & Wellness for the Whole Family

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Don't miss the Spring Cleanse on Saturday, March 4 at Tosa Yoga. This 2-hour workshop includes a nutritional lecture by Dr. Axtell, cooking demos, professional grade cleanse supplements and protein powder, anti-inflammatory recipes. All natural, non fasting approach to cleansing and detoxification. Benefits include increased energy, radiant skin, weight loss, improved sleep and mood. Sign up today: http://lakesidenaturalmedicine.com/events/springcleanse/
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Wishing you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season!

Holiday Hours
Lakeside Natural Medicine will be closed for the holidays on Dec 26, 28, 29 & Jan 2.

We will be open limited hours on Tuesday Dec 27, open 10am-2pm, and Friday Dec 30, open 1pm-5pm.

If you need a supplement refill please call and leave a message or email your order. Supplements will be available for pickup on Dec 27 or Dec 30. If you need to contact us about scheduling or to leave a message with one of the naturopathic doctors, we will be sure to respond on Dec 27 or Dec 30. Please note some of the naturopathic doctors will not be available to respond until the week of Jan 3. Thank you for your understanding.

Be Well,
Lakeside Natural Medicine
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This resource from the +National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) shares four things you need to know about depression: 1) Depression is a real illness; 2) Depression affects people in different ways; 3) Depression is treatable; and 4) If you have depression, you are not alone. http://bit.ly/2bTP0mR
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Our new naturopathic doctor, Joanne Aponte, ND, is an alumni of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. Read more about their appraoch to natural health research...
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NIH funded, peer reviewed research on persistent cough and B12 deficiency
Cold & flu season is here, but did you know that a persistent, chronic cough that lasts long after infections have cleared could be due to a vitamin B12 deficiency?

As a form of sensory neuropathy, vitamin B12 deficiency can express itself as a laryngeal hyper-responsiveness, thus triggering a sustained chronic cough.
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Way to go Dr. Julie Briley!
Big round of applause to NUNM alum (and head of our Food As Medicine Institute) Julie Briley, ND for her work at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility teaching cooking and nutrition classes to inmates.
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The Washington Post recently wrote about the lack of nutrition advice MDs in the U.S. are giving their patients.
Most naturopathic doctors receive over 130-140 hours of nutrition courses during their naturopathic medical school training. Medical doctors receive 20-30 hours during their medical school training. A comparison ND vs MD education on our site:
http://lakesidenaturalmedicine.com/the-medicine/#NaturopathicEducationTraining
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Sarah Axtell, ND appears on Fox Six Wake Up to discuss steps to naturally healthy skin.
http://lakesidenaturalmedicine.com/videos/naturopathicvideos/
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Are you magnesium deficient?
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