Hello again everyone! How are you all doing?
Have you had a chance to check out any of these great articles written by other dedicated alternative health folks we’ve been posting?
I would really encourage you to check them out, as there is such a wealth of experience out there and we all have similar goals – striving for health through natural remedies and treatments.
If you didn’t get the chance yet, you can always go back to the last issue: Top 5 Alternative Health Sites Issue #3.
Even though it sounds simple to maintain health through a healthy lifestyle, diet and good stress prevention, in practice it can be challenging. Daily we are confronted with choices that will either enhance our health and immune systems and those that will damage them.
By talking through our many challenges and the myriad of solutions out there, we can find the best solutions to suit each of us. What works for me, may not be the best solution for you and vice versa.
Here is our latest installment of 5 top sites containing alternative treatment methods, like herbal medicine, yoga, meditation, ayurveda, and treating diseases with food.
So, here are 5 Alternative Health Sites of the week!
1. Dr. Tori Hudson, N.D.
Dr. Tori Hudson, N.D. is a Naturopathic Doctor, and has been blogging on her website for over ten years now, sharing her knowledge about natural and alternative healing options. Her blogs will help any reader to lead a healthy life.
Blogs we like from Dr. Tori Hudson, N.D.
- Lesser Known Botanicals for Menopause Symptoms
- Essential Fatty Acids and Women’s Health – Part 1
- Essential Fatty Acids and Women’s Health – Part 2
2. Second Nature Health LLC
Second Nature Health is a Naturopathic Physician primary care practice that uses natural treatments and substances to stimulate the body to heal itself.
They use a wide range of treatments, including clinical nutrition & supplementation, botanical medicine, homeopathic remedies, flower essences, detoxification programs, counseling, lifestyle modification, hydrotherapy and some oriental medicine, including acupressure/auricular acupuncture and Chinese herbs.
Their site contains a wealth of information to help patients understand the difference between themselves (Naturopathic Doctors), conventional doctors and Naturopaths as well as many treatments and lifestyle advice.
Blogs we like from Second Nature Health
- Natural Medicine Works!
- The Seven Nutrients Americans are Most Deficient In & How to Get Them
- PMS: The Latest Insights on its Causes and How to Reduce Symptoms
3. Joyous Health
The website Joyous Health resulted from the efforts of Joy McCarthy, who is a Holistic Nutritionist, author of Joyous Health: Eat & Live Well without Dieting, professional speaker, nutrition expert on Global’s Morning Show, Faculty Member at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and co-creator of Eat Well Feel Well, Toronto’s first integrated nutrition and yoga program.
Her blogs are packed with information on a holistic approach to health and nutrition.
Blogs we like from Joyous Health
- Four Ways to Personalize and Deepen Your Yoga Practice
- Hypnobirthing And Yoga For A Natural Pregnancy Plus A Giveaway!
- Lady Part Love: Post Labour Recovery Remedie
4. Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine
Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine was founded in 2012 by an herbalist and veteran Todd Caldecott. This site offers alternative medicine courses, articles, videos, blogs and products to help its audience to learn about alternative medicine options such as herbal medicine, nutrition and Ayurveda. They are located in Vancouver, but anyone can benefit from the information presented on the website.
Blogs we like from Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine
5. Urban Herbology
Urban Herbology is about growing and foraging herbs in cities, using them in cooking, for medical purposes, and learning to use “magical herbal” preparations. This site was founded in 2010 by Lynn Shore, who has a Masters of Public Health degree, and is a teacher, permaculturist and lover of nature.
This site is based in Amsterdam and aims to empower more people to grow herbs in small spaces and to forage safely and responsibly wherever they are, because of the natural health benefits of herbs. This site offers several activities such as herb walks, Meetups, foraging expeditions, workshops, seed and plant swaps, The River of Herbs project, gatherings for nature spirited Amsterdammers, to name a few.
This site has books, latest news and videos to help readers in any region of the world to start growing or foraging herbs for health benefits.
Blogs we like from Urban Herbology
So, there you have it, our top 5 alternative health sites, issue 4!
You are sure to benefit from these blogs written by experienced alternative health practitioners and medical doctors who are dedicated to sharing their knowledge. We hope you find some helpful information that will benefit your health and overall wellbeing!
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- Top 5 Alternative Health Sites of the Week Issue #3
- Healthy Fall Meal Ideas – Boost your Health with Food
- 50 Best Natural Health Website Awards 2013 | Psychology Of Eating
- The Top Alternative Health Blogs: 50 of the Best, Must-Read Blogs for Alternative Health Wisdom on the Web | Del Immune V
- 5 Ways to Ensure Your Emotional Well-being.