The naturopathic doctors and acupuncturists at Be Well Natural Medicine are clinically-trained experts in natural and holistic medicine. We listen to your needs and use the power of natural medicine combined with cutting-edge science to help you embody your healthiest and happiest self. Whether it’s women’s or men’s health, acne or digestive disorders, sports medicine or preventive medicine, menopause or thyroid disease - our practitioners aim to address the root cause and strive to provide you with the best quality care possible.
We've moved! We are now located in the Mac-Groveland neighborhood of St. Paul.
Our new address is 236 S. Cretin Ave.
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FROM THE BRILLIANT BODY + WELLNESS BLOG
According to the National Cancer Institute, there is “good, scientific evidence” that acupuncture is effective at relieving some of the side effects experienced by individuals undergoing conventional cancer therapies.
Breakfast should be protein-rich to sustain your energy and keep blood sugar balanced throughout the day. If you do breakfast right, you'll be less likely to feel fatigue, anxiety, and irritability throughout your day.
All of our recipes are gluten-free because gluten tends to cause inflammation in the body, even in those who do NOT have Celiac Disease. Common symptoms of inflammation caused by gluten or other food intolerances include constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, headaches, brain fog, memory loss and fatigue. If you think you may have a food intolerance, the naturopathic doctors at Be Well offer food intolerance testing and can help identify natural solutions to help you feel your very best.
This ONE dietary habit can change a woman's life for the better. It will help keep hormones like estrogen and progesterone balanced and prevent or reduce PMS, breast cancer and cervical cancer, menopause symptoms, and osteoporosis, to name a few ways that hormone imbalance affects most women's health.
In addition to the antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin E found in walnuts, this recipe includes a super hero in the arena of reduced inflammation...TURMERIC! There is incredible research around turmeric’s ability to drive down inflammation and this is an incredibly tasty way to naturally increase your intake of this spice! Combining turmeric with fats (coconut oil in this case) as well as pepper also greatly improves your body’s ability to absorb the turmeric.
The results of a recent study found that people who received a blend of cod liver oil and fish oil over a 9-month period reduced their NSAID intake by more than one-third, compared with a control group that only received a placebo. The quality of fish oil varies greatly from company to company and some forms can even be contaminated with PCB's or mercury, so be sure to ask your naturopathic doctor which type is best for you.