Next time you feel like you need a little extra TLC, try substituting miso soup for chicken noodle.
Halloween treats can be nutritious as well as fun and interactive — so get creative!
The more we can do to help our kids to unplug, the better the quality of life will be for the whole household.
Four important things to consider when purchasing or using vitamins and supplements.
Grass-fed meat contains more anti-inflammatory fats, and more vitamins and minerals, than grain-fed meat.
We can work together to protect our children’s future, by working to fortify habits that will support them for the rest of their lives.
In this video health tip, Bastyr core faculty member Ryan McNally, ND, shares 3 important ways to lower your risk of diabetes.
These simple tips can help provide relief from seasonal allergies so you can enjoy spring again.
While winter narrows our options, there are still many ways to stay active and fit.
Dog-walking and other tips to work exercise into your daily life.
Light boxes, exercise, vitamin D and other steps can help winter moods without the side effects of pharmaceuticals.
I met women who value sharing honest, messy accounts of their feelings and losses because sharing can help them — or someone else in the room.
Seasonal food cleansing supports the body’s innate detoxifying abilities to restore your vital energy.
Your body will thank you for exercising no matter what your stage of life.
Nearly 90 percent of corn, soy, sugar beets, canola, and cotton in the United States are grown from genetically engineered seeds.
If you suffer from hormonally mediated migraines, make an appointment with a naturopathic doctor (ND) to create a plan to treat your specific symptoms.
Choose the best lunchbox for your lifestyle by comparing key features.
The main benefit of the Paleo diet is that it promotes eating whole, nutritious foods while avoiding refined, processed foods.
With the recent buzz about gluten- and wheat-free diets, it’s good to know how they compare and if they’re right for everyone.
The easiest way to manage blood sugar is to decrease your sugar intake. Look at the ingredients and find foods that are low in sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and modified corn starch.
Recent research suggests that chocolate with more than 70 percent cocoa content has the capacity to boost your mood.
Here are some tips to make your special night a healthy night.
Over many years of supporting families I’ve picked up a few ideas for what helps life go more smoothly when bringing a new child into the family.
Eating foods with enough protein every 3 to 4 hours can help you stabilize blood sugar and keep you energized all day long.
Transitioning from coffee to tea may help you sleep better, feel calmer and stay hydrated.