1) The Healing Power of Nature. Naturopathic Doctors believe that the natural state of the body is to be healthy. Our jobs are to help the patient identify and remove obstacles to healing and allow the body to heal itself.
Naturopathic Medical colleges are four-year, graduate level medical schools with admission requirements comparable to those of other medical schools. The Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree (ND) is awarded after classroom, clinic and practical study.
ND’s are trained in medical sciences including
Naturopathic theory speculates that improper immune responses like the ones seen in allergy and periodontal disease is often due to an overload on the body systems, particularly related to its ability to deal with toxins.
Of more clinical value is the toxic load generated from consuming dietary products that impede optimal immune and physiologic function
Diets high in refined carbohydrates and sugar, alcohol, red meat, hydrogenated fat and coffee and low in fresh fruits and vegetables and healthy fats will not promote the proper metabolism of toxins encountered in everyday life
Its provides added stress to the system and does not foster optimal physiology
Clinical evidence commonly shows the improvement of many immune related disorders like allergy and asthma when proper modifications are made in relation to reducing toxin exposure and enhancing proper toxin elimination through diet and nutrient therapies.