• Be Your Valentine!

    Taking Care of Your Heart on Valentine’s Day Everyone needs a vacation from time to time, however it isn’t always possible. Taking the time to create self-care rituals, such as these listed below, is as important as the work you do in a day for others. Look here for ideas to implement more self-care. Slow […]

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    Be Your Valentine!

  • Year of Rooster

    Welcome the Year of the Rooster — Try Acupuncture to Relieve Stress! I was planning to write an article to celebrate the Lunar New Year and to welcome the Year of the Rooster. Instead, what I think people need is a way to deal with stress related to current events. Acupuncture is a great way to […]

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    Year of Rooster

  • Survival of the Fittest

    Keeping the Upper Hand During Cold and Flu Season Bacteria have increasingly gained leverage in the tug-of-war that occurs when they invade our body. They have continued to learn from these battles and modify their strategies accordingly, all for one evolutionary reason — survival. One key mechanism is resistance. This process may be learned from […]

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    Survival of the Fittest

  • Seasonal Foods

    Seasonal Foods to Maximize Immune-Supportive Nutrients Vitamin A Why it’s important: Helps to maintain strong and balanced mucosal membranes. Promotes T-regulatory cells which support homeostasis of the immune system, reducing unnecessary inflammation. Good sources: Sweet potatoes, carrots, winter squash, kale, and swiss chard. Vitamin D Why it’s important: Arms your innate immune system by activating immune […]

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    Seasonal Foods

  • Your Healthy Heart

    February is Heart Health Month Heart disease is still a leading cause of death in the U.S., but the good news is that a few preventative steps can make a big difference. Here are five things you can do now that will help to decrease your risk. Exercise!  Start where ever you are. Whatever you do, […]

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    Your Healthy Heart

  • Valentine’s Day HCG Special

    Our HCG special has been so popular, we’ve extended it through Valentine’s Day! 14 Day Program — Save $25. 21 Day Program — Save $35. 30 Day Program — Save $40. 40 Day Program — Save $50. For more information, see our HCG FAQs or call the office today at 206/535/8867 for an appointment! Special expires […]

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    Valentine’s Day HCG Special

  • Teas!!!!

    Full Circle Natural Medicine is proudly offering more herbal support for our patients. New organic and locally crafted herbal teas and powders are now available. These formulas are great ways to integrate herbal medicine into your health care plan and overall healthy lifestyle. They are specially formulated by a local herbalist, Katya Difani, owner of […]

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    Teas!!!!

  • Immune and Gut Health

    At Full Circle Natural Medicine, we are keenly aware that our body’s immune system works closely with our digestive system. With the rise in food allergies and troubling immune complexities, many of us are on gut reset protocols. Now we are moving into the season where immunity is the focal point. Following are tips to transform […]

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    Immune and Gut Health

HCG Weight Loss

Want to lose up to a pound a day in a safe, medically supervised program? Check out our Clean and Lean HCG Weight Loss Program. It allows you to: Rid yourself of excess weight that you could never lose before. Reset your metabolism to its optimal setting. Reach optimal energy and ideal mood. Reduce elevated blood […]

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What is Naturopathy?

What is Naturopathy?

Naturopathic medicine is founded on trust—trust in the body’s innate ability to heal; trust in the natural remedies that support healing; and trust in advances in both science and medicine which have provided an even greater understanding of the healing process of the human body.

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Our Healthcare Services

Our doctors are primary care physicians. They see adults and children for preventive care, wellness, and for the treatment of acute and chronic illness. A primary care physician (PCP) is the first point of contact for a patient.

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