Taking good care of your bones involves more than just getting enough calcium. Dr. Doni gives an overview of how to promote good bone health throughout your life. It is never too late to start!
Category: Women’s Health & Fertility
Pregnancy, childbirth, and caring for small children put enormous stresses on a mother’s body over a long period of time, which can lead to adrenal distress. In most cases, the good news is that with the right support, moms can recover from adrenal distress.
So many women struggle with fertility issues, and have trouble getting pregnant. Naturopathy can help by supporting the body so that it can function optimally. If you can improve your health, you can improve your chances of conception – and be more likely to have a healthy pregnancy.
PMS and PMDD are more than just a monthly nuisance – they can have severe symptoms that turn our lives upside-down. Thankfully, there are things that we can do with naturopathy to help support our bodies in combatting these symptoms.
Naturopathic medicine is uniquely suited to issues of women’s health. In the first segment in a series on women’s health issues, Dr. Doni talks about hormonal fluctuations, the neurotransmitter shifts that accompany them, and the simple actions you can apply to keep them in balance.
It’s not too early to get a jump on cold & flu season. Here are Dr. Doni’s 5 steps for fighting viruses and infections by supporting your body’s immune system with natural remedies.
Dr. Doni was quoted in an article called, “Diet During Pregnancy: The No-No List for Expectant Moms” this week, written by Laura Richards for Care.com. The article is about the foods that women should avoid when they are pregnant. Dr. Doni’s quote: “Your diet during pregnancy can affect the health of your baby now and…
Dr. Doni, Naturopathic Doctor and author, explains how a MTHFR genetic mutation increases your risk of developing 8 common health conditions. Part 10 of Dr. Doni’s Series on How Genetic Mutations Affect Your Health Throughout this series of articles, I’ve given a lot of technical detail about the genetics of MTHFR. Today, in this final…