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6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Brain Health

If you’ve ever poured orange juice into your coffee or forget where you’ve put your keys, you may start to worry that you are experiencing the first signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Luckily, mild symptoms of memory loss don’t have to mean … [Read more...]

Recipe: Avocado Toast

This delicious snack is easy to make and has lots of good fats and healthy fiber. For some added protein, you can even add a scrambled egg on top! INGREDIENTS: 1 avocado 2 slices Ezekiel sprouted grain bread Trader Joe's Everything But … [Read more...]

5 Best Supplements to Support Your Immune System

With fall coming, the first cold of the season usually isn’t far behind. But if you don’t want to be stuck coughing and sneezing, the best thing you can do is make sure your immune system is in tip-top shape. While eating a diet full of fresh … [Read more...]

Recipe: Healthy Jello Cups

Want to have the fun of eating jello without all of the chemicals and sugar? Here are some fun recipes for jello cups made with Vital Proteins Beef Gelatin. INGREDIENTS Gelatin Cup Base ½ cup boiling water 1 scoop Vital Proteins Beef … [Read more...]

The Surprising Way ARP Wave Therapy Heals Injuries Faster

If you’ve ever suffered a serious long-term injury, you know that your natural response is to focus on the area of pain. That seems obvious. But what if the injury is a result of damaged cells in a different area of your body? And what if zeroing in … [Read more...]

Recipe: Katie’s Colada Concoction

Want to start your day with a healthy breakfast? Try this vitamin-packed green smoothie that's super easy to make. INGREDIENTS 1-2 handfuls of fresh spinach 2 handfuls of frozen pineapple 2 scoops of grassfed beef collagen 1 Tbsp. coconut … [Read more...]

Recipe: Chicken Tacos with Mango-Avocado Salsa

Celebrate the end of summer with these deliciously spicy  chicken tacos! You can leave the seeds in the jalapenos for an extra spicy kick, or take them out entirely if you like it a little more mild. Serve them with brown rice tortillas to keep the … [Read more...]

How Homeopathy Can Help Your Children

Kids are headed back to school in the next few weeks, and for many kids that means one thing: The first sick day won’t be far behind. If you have kids, you know that children are much more likely to get sick than adults. In fact, a 2015 study from … [Read more...]

Recipe: Sweet Potato Fries

Want the taste of fries without all of the fat? These sweet potato fries are baked, not fried, and they're easy to whip up for a fun side dish. INGREDIENTS: 2 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 tsp. … [Read more...]

How Your Gut Can Affect Your Mood

When you’re feeling depressed and anxious, seeking support from a therapist is always a good idea. But sometimes, there may be physical reasons that you’re feeling depressed and anxious, too. Turns out that our modern lifestyle – stress, an overload … [Read more...]

Recipe: Paleo Peach Crisp

Nothing says summer like fresh peaches. This recipe is an easy way to turn them into a delectable dessert that will impress your friends. And the fact that it's made without any sugar or wheat flour makes it even better. It's especially yummy served … [Read more...]

5 Benefits of Taking Yoga Over 50

Yoga — a union of mind, body and spirit.  If you’ve ever seen pictures of people doing yoga, you probably imagine that to do it you have to be 25 years old, have a perfect body and be able to wrap your knee around your head or balance your entire … [Read more...]

Recipe: CHM’s Berry Spinach Smoothie

Are you looking for a way of getting more antioxidants and beta-carotene into your diet? Try this delicious green smoothie that's super easy to make. The berries are packed with bioflavonoids that are a powerful antioxidant and help prevent heart … [Read more...]

Recipe: Vegetable Kebabs

This is the perfect dish on a summer night, especially if you have a chance to go to the farmer's market and score some fresh cherry tomatoes, eggplant and other veggies to add to your kebabs. The eggplant and mushrooms really soak up the marinade, … [Read more...]

6 Supplements Everyone Should Be Taking

Taking supplements has become a very popular way of treating illness naturally by giving our bodies the nutrients they need to function properly. But with so many supplements on the market today, it can be hard to know what they all treat and which … [Read more...]

Watermelon Cucumber Skewers

If you're looking for a fresh, fun alternative for a summer party appetizer, try these delicious skewers, made with watermelon, cucumber and feta cheese. Although these do have some dairy, they are gluten and sugar free, making for a healthy, yet … [Read more...]

Recipe: Florentine Pizza with Zucchini Crust

This recipe is a fun take on an otherwise “cheat food.”  Make it your own and be creative! If you want to use a pre-made crust, go ahead. Pick your favorite cheeses and play around with toppings. Want pizza for breakfast? Just add … [Read more...]

Did you know sugar can lead to cancer?

We all know that eating too much sugar is bad for you, but did you know that sugar can actually lead to cancer? “Basically, sugar feeds cancer cells,” says Katie Bogaard, a naturopathic practitioner at the Center for Holistic Medicine. “People … [Read more...]

Top 5 Myths about Chiropractors

As someone who has been a chiropractor for more than 30 years, Dr. Randall Davis has heard almost every negative stereotypes possible when it comes to his profession. “After 30 years, I’ve heard them all,” Dr. Davis says. We asked Dr. Davis to … [Read more...]

Recipe: Two-Ingredient Banana Oatmeal ‘Cookies’

This recipe is perfect for a quick snack, healthy treat, or even as an on-the-go breakfast! The base of the cookie is simple: bananas and rolled oats. But the mix-in ideas are endless! Throw in a small handful of your favorite nuts or nut butter, … [Read more...]

Do These 7 Things To Relieve Hip and Knee Pain Without Medication

If you suffer from hip or knee pain, your first instinct may be to take an ibuprofen or an aspirin for relief. But it turns out that taking an anti-inflammatory drug may actually hurt more than it helps. In fact, Dr. Richard Bisceglie, a doctor of … [Read more...]

Natural Ways to Beat Infertility

Did you know that according to the CDC, one in eight couples in America are struggling to create a family? Today, infertility affects thousands of couples, and it can be a process that is both lonely and heartbreaking. Infertility is defined as … [Read more...]

How Taking a Hike Can Help with Anxiety

Are you feeling overwhelmed with work, relationships, and life? Go take a hike. Studies have shown that spending time in nature can not only help with depression and anxiety but also lower our blood pressure, reduce our risk of diabetes, heart … [Read more...]

5 Things You Can Do to Get Better Sleep

Sleep. It’s the one thing everyone wishes they had more of. According to a 2013 Gallup poll, more than 40 percent of Americans get less than seven hours of sleep a night. In fact, Americans only get an average of 6.8 hours a night, a full hour less … [Read more...]

5 Natural Ways to Treat Your Allergies

Spring is just around the corner, and that means sneezing isn’t far behind. As the trees start to blossom and the grass begins to grow, many people start suffering from nasal congestion, a runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, as well as fatigue and … [Read more...]

Meet Kathleen Chambers: Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner

Before Kathleen Chambers had kids, she often thought about becoming a midwife, helping mothers to bring their babies into the world in a healthy and natural way. After having kids, however, Chambers said waking up at 4 a.m. to help deliver babies … [Read more...]

Thermography: Early Screening for Breast Cancer

Hearing the news that you have breast cancer is never easy. But finding out when the cancer is at its very earliest stages can be a godsend, leading to much more positive outcomes. That’s why many people are turning to Thermography, a new, … [Read more...]

“Mindfulness Helps OCD”

In a study published through the National Center for Biotechnology Information, mindfulness-based intervention was found to decrease symptoms of OCD. The study included 8 group meetings teaching meditative breathing, body-scan, and mindful daily … [Read more...]

Flaxseeds for Your Health by Katie Bogaard, ND

Flaxseeds have gotten a lot of attention recently as a superfood. I want to explain why these superfoods are so beneficial, specifically focusing how they help to prevent cancer. I will talk about what to look for in flaxseeds and show good ways to … [Read more...]

Are You Absorbing Your Food?

I have had many patients sit down and tell me that they eat a lot and don't put on weight or they eat very little and still gain weight. I have had patients that are actually malnourished but eat a lot! There c...ould be many reasons for this...but I … [Read more...]

Naprapathy In North Shore Uses Infrared Light therapy

Infrared Light therapy Infrared Light therapy has also been given the names LED therapy, infrared therapy, light therapy, phototherapy, and more recently photodynamic therapy (PDT) or Intense Pulsed Light therapy (IPL). A study done by the Mayo … [Read more...]

Cell Phone Fast? (As In Fasting!)

I asked a family friend recently how she thinks men in our community need to grow. She answered “not to be so attached and dependent on their technology and their phones.”   I think she’s right.  In today’s world we are always on our phones - … [Read more...]


A Recent study from Stanford University claims that Organic foods are no more nutritious for you than non-organic.  This is how the study has blitzed the media with incomplete reporting.  When truth be told, non-organic foods contain far more … [Read more...]


PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES MIGHT THEY ALL BE IN YOUR GUT, NOT YOUR HEAD? The importance of your immune and gut health may have untold impact on your brain health. The vast array of “gut critters” can be thought of as a whole organ system. They have … [Read more...]

Folic Acid – Important New Realizations!

Folic Acid Folic Acid, also known as folate is a member of the Vitamin B Family, specifically B9. Folic acid is the form of B9 that is added to vitamin supplements and fortified foods, this is not the naturally occurring form identified as … [Read more...]


  Jerry Gore, M.D. Are you looking to reduce the serious diseases of our time with less costly, natural, and deeply healing methods? Are you looking to reduce your use of medications and medical procedures and replace them with self … [Read more...]

Biochemic Remedy/ Tissue Salts/ Schussler’s Salts

By Amishi Natani, PA-C   What is the Biochemic System: Biochemic Therapeutics is based on the philosophy that the structure and vitality of the organs of the body are dependent upon certain necessary quantities and functioning of its organic and … [Read more...]

Colds and Flu – Get the Facts

Colds and Flu- causations and facts   Many viruses cause diseases in humans. Some infect the mucus membranes of the nose, throat, sinuses, eyes, larynx (voice box), trachea (wind pipe) and cause the common cold.  The most common virus- the Rhinovirus … [Read more...]

Health, Weight Loss and Fats: Surprise! It’s Not What You Think

Health, Weight Loss and Fats: Surprise! It's Not What You Think by Jerry Gore, M.D. Part One   One of our terrific patients recently referred me to some reading material about healthy weight loss ideas. We discussed the idea that a person could … [Read more...]

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   Become a friend of the Center on Facebook and don't forget to tell your friend too! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Center-for-Holistic-Medicine/121964924514648?sk=wall … [Read more...]

Nutritional Supplements and your Health

    Why do I need to take supplements? Doesn't our food contain all the vitamins I need?  Do they really work? My Medical Doctor says that vitamins are a waste of money.   By Dr. Richard Bisceglie, DN, CNS   I have been asked these questions many … [Read more...]

Women’s Wellness with Linda Kramer

Linda Kramer RN, BSN, MS, HN-BC  Women’s Wellness Practitioner                     1/28:  Achieving Optimal Wellness (1-2:30 pm or 7:30-9 pm)  Fee:  $25 Achieving optimal health and true well-being requires an inner harmony that results … [Read more...]

Myofascial Release Miracles

  A testimonial.  "I came to Joe for relief of chronic neck and shoulder pain.  I had tried many things for help:  I tried physical therapy under the treatment of a physiologist only to have the pain return after treatment ended.  I tried massage … [Read more...]

Natural Flu Prevention and Treatment

Medicine in the News: Natural Flu Prevention and Treatment Jerry Gore, M.D.   We have all been inundated by the media lately regarding Swine Flu. As a proactive approach, I’d like to share with you some historical information as well as answer the … [Read more...]


HOLISTIC WEIGHT LOSS using TAT® with healer Daniel Levi   • A healthy weight loss program that  works   • Keep losing weight and regaining it?   • Losing weight is about changing  your relationship with food   • 80% of lasting weight loss is   … [Read more...]

Feldenkrais Class

Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais developed principles of efficient movement and how to use the entire body, placing less strain on problem areas resulting in feeling taller, lighter, and younger. This technique re-teaches you how to move your body by focusing … [Read more...]

Types of Massage & Bodywork

Types of Massage & Bodywork Deep Tissue Massage This type of massage focuses on the deeper tissues of the body to relax, lengthen and release longstanding holding patterns. Moderate to deep pressure techniques are utilized including trigger … [Read more...]

Massage Therapy

Our Massage Philosophy Our focus here is to assist you with your body's own healing process, restore balance and function, and provide a space for peace, safety and wholeness. Our mission is to educate the public on the many health related benefits … [Read more...]

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