Cancer Care

Did you know that besides being an amazing Primary Care Physician, Dr. Suzanne also specializes in Naturopathic Oncology? If you or anyone you know is currently in or recovering from cancer treatment, Dr. Suzanne is an expert in weaving natural medicine therapies into conventional treatments. She also loves to educate patients on preventative measures to ensure that […]

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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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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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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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New Year’s Cleanse

After all the holiday indulgences, doing a cleanse is a nice way to get back on track for the new year. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions. If you have more specific questions related to your particular health condition, schedule an appointment with your doctor and we can help you get on […]

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Cervical Cancer Awareness

Cervical cancer is the most easily detectable female cancer.  A PAP test (or PAP smear) is the screening used to detect changes within the cervix.  If left undetected these can progress to cancer. A PAP is recommended for all women between 21 and 65 years old.  If your PAP test results are normal, you can wait […]

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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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Nature’s Skin Secrets

Nature’s Best Kept Secrets for Rejuvenating and Protecting Your Skin. The secret is in simplicity. Simplify your skincare routine (or start one!) to optimize your skin health and vitality. Our skin is technically an organ, with a job of protecting us and releasing toxins. It is essential, in a world full of toxins, to support […]

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GERD Awareness Week

GERD Awareness Week is this month and actually falls on the week of Thanksgiving. I guess it’s appropriate since that’s when almost everyone has experienced at least a twinge of heartburn. GERD is an acronym for gastroesophageal reflux disease, more commonly known as heartburn. Approximately 10-20% of Americans experience GERD and the majority of those […]

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News on Nitrates

Research says it’s best to avoid nitrates. What exactly are they? Nitrates are common food preservatives that can be found in lunch meats and preserved meats, fish, and poultry. In some instances, they naturally occur as a meat or fish cures through a smoked or salted process. In other instances, nitrates are added to preserve […]

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