The 5 Best Articles From 2015

by Dr. Alison Chen ND | Follow on Twitter

These are the most popular posts on the NDDC from 2015.

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THESE 5 ARTICLES WERE THE MOST POPULAR ones on the NDDC last year. Check them out and make sure you have your article on this list next year!

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1. What You Ought to Know About Naturopathic Doctors

by Dr. Alison Chen ND | 1.5K Likes | Follow on Twitter

If your Naturopath is not licensed from an accredited school, you are not seeing a Naturopathic Doctor.

What You Ought To Know About Naturopathic Doctors

What You Ought To Know About Naturopathic Doctors

2. Turning 7 Naturopathic Medicine Myths on Their Heads

by Dr. Talia Marcheggiani ND | 1.1K Likes | Follow on Twitter

Lately, I’ve decided it’s not worth the bother to champion my cause with confrontation and arguments.

Turning 7 Naturopathic Medicine Myths on Their Heads

Turning 7 Naturopathic Medicine Myths on Their Heads

3. What to Expect from a Naturopathic Doctor

by Dr. Alison Chen ND | 750 Likes | Follow on Twitter

Every ND should have this article on their blog or website. Steal it here!

What to Expect from a Naturopathic Doctor

What to Expect from a Naturopathic Doctor

4. Doctors Give the Worst Fitness Advice

by Dr. Jade Teta ND | 435 Likes | Follow on Twitter

Exercise is a foundation to health yet most doctors give awful advice. This is how bad it is.

Doctors Give the Worst Fitness Advice

Doctors Give the Worst Fitness Advice

5. What You Must Know About Traveling, Mothering, and Being an ND

by Dr. Laura Kent-Davidson ND | 178 Likes

We left with a baby and returned with a toddler and her passport – full.

 What You Must Know About Traveling, Mothering, and Being an ND


What You Must Know About Traveling, Mothering, and Being an ND

Stay tuned this Thursday for the TOP 43 INNOVATIVE NATUROPATHIC DOCTORS TO FOLLOW INTO 2016!

xoxo,

-Alison

About the Author
Dr. Alison Chen ND

Dr. Alison Chen ND graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) and was the recipient of the humanitarian award. Her background in competitive gymnastics, personal training, and volunteer work in Africa gives her a well-rounded view to living well.   Since graduating Alison has traveled the world exploring different ways to think and teach about healing. She believes that education should be consumable and fun, so she created theNDDC and wrote an illustrated rhyming book about poo. Seriously, check out the poo book on Amazon here.