The word "watercress" may bring to mind dainty tea sandwiches and ladies wearing hats.Read more »
The idea of a pantry without sugar may sound a little bit, well... empty. But many less processed alternatives to common table sugar exist.Read more »
The American Heart Association recommends eating two servings of fish per week (that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon) to help with heart health.Read more »
Calorie-Free. High calorie. Reduced calorie. These terms cover food packages and magazine covers. But what is a "calorie"?Read more »
The advice to drink eight to ten glasses of water a day can be intimidating, especially if you think water is boring.Read more »
Seasonal allergies can be extremely uncomfortable and disruptive to everyday life.Read more »
Nighttime, for some people, is a time for enjoying dinner, relaxing on the couch or falling asleep with a good book. Yet for others, it can be a time filled with anxiety, loneliness and hunger.Read more »
Breaking the snacking habit is not impossible. There are many little things you can do to prevent yourself from grabbing those unneeded snacks throughout the day. Believe it or not, snacking is not usually done because of hunger, but more out of routine or boredom. Here are some strategies for avoiding getting caught up in the "snack trap":Read more »
Our newest degree builds on the success of our nutrition programs and adds a group-education focus.
Integrative oncology may extend the lives of patients with advanced cancers, according to ongoing research at the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center (BIORC).
It is hard to believe another calendar year is near its end.
The new degree prepares students to influence healthy changes in the U.S. population.
Halloween festivities run Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 18-19 and 25–26, 2013.
Celebrate the first Naturopathic Medicine Week with a talk on "How Naturopathic Medicine Can Help You" and other free events at our Wallingford teaching clinic.