We sat down today with Dr. Dennis Godby, founder of The Run and proven fitness champion. Dr. Godby is getting ready to run across America again, this time with his two sons, Isaiah and Jeremiah, and nephew, Jonas Ely. We’ve been admiring his passion, determination and poise as he and his family gets ready to embark on a 13,000 mile (between four runners at 30 miles a day!) run across America from San Francisco to Bridgeport, CT. Dr. Dennis Godby WellWire: What was your inspiration for The Run? Dr....
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    Presenting the New WellWire Shop
    Welcome back everyone! Things have been quiet over here, but behind the scenes we’ve been busy opening our new online shop. We’ve brought together the highest quality vitamins, minerals, herbs and supplements...
    by at July 14th, 2011 at 09:07 am
  • Q: What’s the Deal with Naturopathic Medicine?
    Who are we? What’s it all about? How does one become a naturopathic physician? In our most comprehensive Ask the Experts yet, we answer all your questions about naturopathic medicine. Here’s the best way to find...
    by at April 30th, 2010 at 02:04 pm
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    The cocoa bean, essentially chocolate in its raw form, is loaded with health benefits and nutrients. It’s not just marketing hype, there’s a lot of research on this (as if you needed an excuse!). In it’s pure...
    by at February 8th, 2010 at 10:02 am
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    Food Sensitivity Versus Food Allergy
    Many of my patients have good diets and pride themselves on eating healthy, but are unaware that something they are eating might be causing seemingly unrelated symptoms. We all know about food allergies, right? Like your...
    by at January 29th, 2010 at 07:01 am
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    Watch Food Inc and Change the Food System
    Photo courtesy of food inc. If you haven’t seen Food Inc, you should. The documentary was featured on Oprah this week and on Oprah.com last year. The film is powerful, and guaranteed to change the way you shop and look...
    by at January 28th, 2010 at 12:01 pm
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    Plants get all the glory for their impressive nutrient content and animal foods tend to go unnoticed. But what about the egg? Truly, it’s a superfood extraordinaire! Eggs are a great source of other vital nutrients...
    by at December 22nd, 2009 at 05:12 am
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    It’s no coincidence that Summer squash and zucchini are watery hydrating foods that are low in calories, while winter squash varieties are more nourishing and dense. Eating seasonally ensures a varied diet and it...
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    I have heard  many a physician joke that their patients come in knowing more about their condition than the doctors thanks to Google and Wikipedia these days. Though not entirely true, there is a valuable point here. The...
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    Dandelions! Loved by children and hated by meticulous gardeners, this weed has a new fan group: cooks. Have you noticed dandelion leaves in your produce section or on the menu at your favorite restaurant? This incredibly...
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  • Superfood of the Week: Almonds
    Used as a substitute for conventional flour, almond flour can be a blessing to diabetics and people with celiac disease. There are lots of ways to enjoy almonds: spread some almond butter on a cracker or send your kids off...
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