25 Jan Announcing: Kate Naumes ND Women’s Health Packages!

Kate Naumes ND is excited to announce that women across the country can now access her evidence-based, naturopathic approach to common women’s reproductive health needs. Based on years of working with women in their reproductive years, these curated women’s health packages include a 60-day supplement regimen, and an audio and PDF research-based nutritional guide—tailored to every condition and ready to go.

When women take control of their health, they take control of their lives. That’s why we’re excited to empower more women with an evidence-based approach to their reproductive health, across the spectrum of needs—from fertility and pregnancy to PCOS and cervical health.

You can easily access the custom women’s health packages here.

We also now offer a variety of recommended books, lifestyle items, and supplements on our shop here.

Spread the word, spread good health, and here’s to healthy women being the hub of a healthy world in 2018 (and beyond!).

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28 Dec Kate Naumes ND in NDNR


Kate Naumes ND’s paper was just published in Naturopathic Doctor News and Review (NDNR), the leading clinical information resource for naturopathic physicians in North America. The theme for the Dec. 2016 issue – you guessed it – women’s health!

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02 Nov MTHFr, Methylation, Conception…and Pregnancy

MTHFr, Folate, Methyl-folate, Methylation – with the explosion in genetics, scientists, the medical community and people in general are just beginning to understand the relationship between Methylation and the human body.

As Ben Lynch, a leading Washington-based MTHFr points out:

I believe the MTHFR gene mutation is a highly significant public health problem that is completely ignored. Yet, millions are suffering from pulmonary embolisms, addictions, fibromyalgia, miscarriages, schizophrenia, severe depression, cancer and autism to name a few.

What do these conditions have in common?

They all may be linked to a MTHFR gene mutation in the individual expressing these symptoms and health conditions.

If we can prevent the turning on of the MTHFR gene mutation in unborn infants, how huge would that be? MASSIVE.

Do you feel like you need to become educated about what this means for you and the health of your future child?

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