Naturopathic Medicine's Exponential Reach = Good Medicine
Carrie Louise Daenell, ND, AANP Board Member
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
by: Carrie Louise Daenell, ND, AANP Board Member


About Dr. Daenell

My name is Carrie Louise Daenell, ND. As a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and as an internationally recognized expert in raw materials and nutritional supplement formulation, I design dramatically affective protocols and targeted, physician-quality nutritional supplements in order to: Optimize the Aging Process through bio-identical hormone balancing, Heal the Aging Metabolism for increased energy, brain clarity and weight balancing, Conduct Sustainable Weight loss Programs that enhance health, vitality and prevent disease in a manner that preserves muscle mass, reinstates the metabolism through enhanced cellular energy production and continues long after the diet is over, Reverse Bone Density Challenges, Manage the Stress response and minimize its effects on the body, Support healthy restorative sleep, Balance Cholesterol Levels and Restore Digestive Health in the face of Food Allergies, Digestive System Diagnosis and Auto Immune Challenges. Co-Author of Better Breast Health for Life!, you may have seen me on PBS or local/regional TV talk shows or News Programs. You can learn more about me at
March is National Nutrition Month! So… congratulations to Amy Frasieur, MS, RD of Bastyr University! She was named 2014 Young Dietitian of the Year by the Washington State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

It is exciting to see how exponential our medicine’s reach truly has become.  What was just two Naturopathic Colleges, not too long ago, is now 8 institutions in North America where many of them have expanded into multi-disciplinary programs in natural medicine.   It was the power of Naturopathic Medicine that drove the world-class Whole Foods Nutrition program at Bastyr University where Ms. Frasieur hales from.  There is holistic, progressive psychology, acupuncture, a chiropractic-connected  program and more world-medicine teaching out there too.  It is exciting to see how we can all work together for a future where good medicine is the healthcare of the day.  Because when we expand our reach, the world benefits.  What else can we do?
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