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by Dr. Jacob Schor

A self-made prison: Protecting against light at night and other forms of pollution comes at a price August 20, 2019 Jacob Schor ND, FABNO Last Sunday, the New York Times published an opinion piece by the astrophysicist Kelsey Johnson.  Dr. Johnson... Continue Reading →

The hottest July

Heat Waves August 5, 2019 “At a press conference in New York, U.N. Secretary General António Guterres announced that the month of July had reached 1.2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, a figure that “at least equaled if not surpassed... Continue Reading →

Denver Naturopathic Clinic Update and Rudy the Dog

Rudy the Dog and Kelsey Asplin, ND making themselves at home. A few quick updates from the Denver Naturopathic Clinic. Dr. Asplin has painted the office entirely in a lovely shade of white called Edwardian Linen and rearranged the furniture.... Continue Reading →

Presenting at AANP 2019

Dr. Jacob Schor if presenting a lecture at this year's annual conference of The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians in Portland. https://www.naturopathic.org/aanp2019

Alternative Anti-Cancer Diets

Are any worth the effort? Jacob Schor ND, FABNO July 22, 2019 When it comes to diet and cancer, we face a conundrum of how best to advise our patients on what to eat, especially those who have already made... Continue Reading →

Eating walnuts cuts heart disease risk

Nut update July 5, 2019 Back in June, I adapted a recipe to make a nut-rich dough for fruit tarts in honor of National Walnut Day. We posted the recipe on our clinic website along with a short research review... Continue Reading →

Malt Powder

Malt Powder: and related thoughts June 28, 2019 Amazon delivered a pound of malt powder to our front door recently.  I ordered it after making bagels to try my Trader Joe’s “Everything Spice Mixture” on. Some bagel recipes suggest using barley malt... Continue Reading →

Herding Pelicans

June 12, 2019 Herding Pelicans There are more pelicans at the lake than I’ve seen previous years.  Many of them like to cruise along the shoreline.  They amble along slowly ahead of me, seemingly hesitant to expend the energy needed to become... Continue Reading →

Shall I walk or shall I ride?

Walking 2019: Jacob Schor ND, FABNO June 8, 2019 Back when I was 16 years old, I had a friend named Margie who lived in Berkeley, California and because of this and other attributes held a special place in my... Continue Reading →

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