Integrative medicine is a healing-oriented medicine which takes into account your whole person including mind, body, spirit, and community.
You might not want dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) grow across your lawn, but you definitely want to make them a part your healthy diet.
Following a detox program suited to your personal needs supports the body’s natural cleansing process and boosts your health in many ways
A compound called Rutin, commonly found in fruits and vegetables and sold over the counter as a dietary supplement, has been shown to inhibit the formation of blood clots in an animal model of thrombosis.
Having trouble sleeping? Three herbs well known for calming effects are Lavender, Chamomile and Oats.
Before your head sinks into the pillow at bedtime, there are some very simple things you can do to prepare mind and body for a night of deeply restful sleep.
A rather excellent alternative use of lifestyle medicine is by coaching patients to improve personal lifestyle choices regarding weight, physical activity/exercise, nutrition, smoking, stress management, and depression management.