Entries by Allison

Naturopathic Support for Postpartum Care

I am about one week from my due date and as I anticipate the arrival of our fourth child, I also reflect on the importance of postpartum care. Bringing a new life into the world is a profound experience, filled with joy, wonder, and, often, a myriad of physical and emotional changes. The postpartum period, […]

Perk Up With Spring

Do you feel stale from months of indoor captivity and inactivity? Does each day seem like a prolonged copy of dreary yesterday? You can’t control the weather but you can influence how you feel about it. Shed your winter ennui by inviting spring now. Seek clarity on what matters most in your daily choices and […]

Ginger Root

In other cultures, and eras, around the world, people used food as medicine. In our North American culture and the society in which we live, we live on the opposite end of the spectrum, and instead of eating foods with medicinal qualities, we eat foods of convenience, that are processed and packaged, nutrient-depleted, and often […]

Unlocking the Power of Magnesium: Why This Mineral Deserves More Attention

When it comes to essential nutrients, magnesium often takes a backseat to more popular players like calcium and vitamin D. However, this unassuming mineral plays a crucial role in numerous bodily functions and is increasingly recognized for its importance in maintaining overall health and well-being. From supporting energy production to promoting heart health and aiding […]

Special Announcement from Dr. Wolfe

I’m happy to announce that I am expecting a baby this summer. I wanted to let you all know about my practice plans so that you can make arrangements to see me prior or upon return. At this time, practice is looking like this: – As of June, I will be pausing initial intakes so […]

Product Feature: St. Francis Echinacea Plus Kids

The anticipation of Spring is in the air!  With more mild temperatures, it is easy for kiddos to shed some of their layers of clothing and head outside.  The transition to Spring can still be a common time for colds and flus, especially for kids, as they tend to be outside more often with suboptimal […]

Omega-Fatty Acids and Your Health

Here’s the scoop: eating good fats is essential for your overall health and well-being? Why?  Because every single cell of our body is made up of what is called a “phospholipid bilayer”! And what, you might be asking, is a “phospholipid bilayer?… and why do I care?” Well a phospholipid bilayer is, simply put, two rows […]