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DrLaurieND
NYC
Prevention. Wellness. Awareness. Natural. Happiness. Health. Love.
Interests: Cooking. Yoga. Blogging. Music.
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By Dr. Laurie Teitelman, N.D. Nowadays we don’t need as much of an excuse to exercise, or do we? For those who do, here are 15 well established health benefits from exercise that you can use as motivation toward achieving the body you have always wanted and living out your... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2011 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr. Laurie Teitelman, N.D. One of the best things you can do for yourself and your new baby is to nourish your body with a healthy, balanced diet. Many women are in a hurry to lose those pregnancy pounds. Did you know that eating foods that boost your energy... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2011 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr. Laurie Teitelman, N.D. Let’s play a game! Can you think of the one critical ingredient that would make eating a slice of apple pie actually lower your blood sugar? Hint: This special ingredient has been used traditionally for a variety of conditions, including bloating, nausea and GI upset;... Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2011 at Naturopathically Savvy
Thanks for your comment - Actually, the injection is filled with pure Methylcobalamin (what I typically use) which is a highly absorbable form of vitamin B12 when injected. I steer clear of all preservatives and chemicals since patients tend to either be allergic to them or react to them at some degree. Hope this helps! In best of health, Dr. Laurie
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2011 on Vitamin B12 Shots at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr. Laurie Teitelman, N.D. Many of us are familiar with the importance of vitamin B12 to protect our nerves, cardiovascular and digestive systems, mental function and blood health. The best dietary sources are from animal products such as meat (especially liver), fish, eggs and dairy. Keep in mind that... Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2011 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr. Laurie Teitelman, ND Want a quick tip on keeping your skin looking young, tight, smooth, youthful, and most importantly, free of wrinkles!? This is one of my favorite meditations before I fall asleep -- but before you turn away, it’s super easy to do AND can help you... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2011 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr. Laurie Teitelman, ND Can’t Keep It Off? Losing Weight is the Easy Part. Let’s face it; we all know that losing weight isn’t the hard part. Many of us have tried some form of a diet and have seen results in the short term. But few people successfully... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2011 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr Laurie Teitelman, ND Have you ever thought about what is in the soap you wash your body with on a daily basis? I hadn’t either until I learned about the importance of allowing your body’s natural protective mechanisms to actually shine through! How to protect yourself? Never (ever!)... Continue reading
Posted Dec 20, 2010 at Naturopathically Savvy
Soooo excited for my first trip to Costa Rica! Not quite sure what to expect, but have heard such incredible things. Continue reading
Posted Dec 20, 2010 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr Laurie Teitelman, ND Many studies show that eating the right foods regularly and throughout the day will help you achieve or maintain a healthy weight for your body type. To reach your goals, it is important to incorporate healthy snacks into your daily meal plan. Eating healthy snacks... Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2010 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr Laurie Teitelman, ND 1. Who is the ideal candidate for acupuncture? Chinese medicine and acupuncture stimulate and assist the body’s natural healing ability from within. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treats the individual, not the disease. This perspective makes just about anyone an ideal candidate for acupuncture, which for... Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2010 at Naturopathically Savvy
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By Dr Laurie Teitelman, ND Many of my patients complain how their sports injuries are killing them. How exactly do icing and painkillers affect the healing process? Most athletes are familiar with the ‘RICE’ rule for dealing with minor sprains and strains: rest, ice, compression and elevation, with the latter... Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2010 at Naturopathically Savvy
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