Women Who Will: A Whole Health Program

Women Who Will:  A Whole Health Program There is an epidemic of women being exhausted.  I have seen it every day in my practice over the last 7 years,  and I’ve experienced it myself. The tricky thing about this epidemic is that often as women we don’t outwardly look unwell or exhausted.  We rarely even […]

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Open House: November 28th 6-8pm

Join us for our Open House and Meet our Team!! The Details: * Presentation from 5:30-6pm:  Tired of Feeling Tired? Top 5 Ways to Increase Your Energy and Thrive (reserve your spot, spaces are limited) All are Welcome from 6pm – 8pm: Meet Naturopathic Doctors Dr. Tracy Palmer and Dr. Mollie Brennan, and Chiropractor Dr. […]

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Top 3 Digestive Tests to Get to the Root Cause of Your Bloating and IBS

Did you know that it is not normal to have consistent abdominal bloating?  It is not normal to feel like you are 4 months pregnant after you eat!   There can be a number of reasons as to why you are experiencing such discomfort, and as Naturopathic Doctors we like to address the root cause so […]

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Tracy’s Three Words for 2019

We are well into January, but I thought I would share 3 words I am focusing on for 2019.  As much as I believe we can create new “resolutions” any time of the year, there is definitely something very natural or intuitive to re-evaluating and reminiscing about the year that past and what intentions or […]

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Could Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth be the Cause of your Digestive Symptoms?

A bulk of what we see in practice as Naturopathic Doctors, and what I’d say we often excel at, is improving (if not resolving) people’s digestive symptoms.  Commonly we see people at the office experiencing variations of constipation or diarrhea, bloating, gas, indigestion, and heartburn.  What we are coming to figure out, is that Small […]

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7 Ways to Incorporate Dark Leafy Greens into your Winter

As Naturopathic Doctors, we love to remind our patients about the value of dark, leafy greens. Ideally, we get the majority of our nutrients from whole foods, and leafy greens are true nutritional powerhouses. I often recommend a serving of leafy greens a day, and there are many ways beyond a salad to enjoy these […]

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Meal Planning 101: Eating Healthy Meals Made Easy

I’m a true believer that having a good plan is what can set you up for success and consistency.  One of the things I am most consistent with in regards to healthy habits, is prioritizing good food choices throughout the week.  I attribute this in part to, well I’m a Naturopathic Doctor and of course […]

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Getting Back to your Happy Self: Naturopathic Medicine Approaches to Depression

Depression is a growing concern in our communities. Chances are, you or someone you know has experienced depression.  Sometimes symptoms of depression can be deceiving, as experiencing depression doesn’t always mean that you feel sad all of the time. Symptoms may include:      Low energy      Feeling hopeless      Feeling overwhelmed      Feeling flat or low motivation      Excessive sleep […]

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Is Ginger Effective at Relieving Period Pain?

Do you experience cramping discomfort around your menstrual cycle that requires the use of prescription or over-the-counter medication for pain relief?  Primary dysmenorrhea is the term used to describe aching or cramping that occurs before or during your menstrual period that is not caused by any other condition such as endometriosis.   First of all, […]

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How We Stepped Outside Our Comfort Zone and Why You Should Too

I think it was late Spring that I got a Facebook alert from my dear friend (and Roots to Branches colleague) Charlene Pierce, inviting me for a girls weekend away to hike Mt. Katahdin in Maine.  Excited by the weekend away with a bunch of ladies, I quickly accepted without really considering what I had […]

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