Author - Emily Kane ND

Emily A. Kane was raised in North Africa. Her parents were with the United States Foreign Service. She came to America at age 16, graduated from Harvard University in 1978, and lived in Paris, Washington DC and New York City before coming to Seattle to begin naturopathic medical training. A graduate of Bastyr University in Seattle, she completed both the Naturopathic and Acupuncture/Oriental Medicine programs. Her preceptor work (similar to residencies) took place in Seattle, West Virginia and China, with emphasis on gynecology, counseling, herbal medicine and naturopathic manipulation (body work). She worked as a Licensed Massage Therapist in Seattle during her medical training for 7 years. Dr. Kane maintains an active clinical practice and sees patients of all ages. She has recently published a concise and informative book on achieving and maintaining excellent health entitled Managing Menopause Naturally, available through this website or at Amazon.com. She is the former senior editor of the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine (1989-96), the scientific, peer-reviewed journal of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She regularly leads retreats and therapeutic fasts, and teaches health classes through her local community college. (Occasionally, she holds retreats further afield!)

Weight Loss

There are many approaches to weight loss; it is a multimillion dollar industry in our land of plenty. The bottom line is to eat fewer calories than you expend daily, but not drastically fewer, until you're happy with how you fit into your clothes...

Fasting

The single most important ingredient in healthy longevity is love. Glorious love, who lifts us skyward. Full-spectrum love, who knows all colors. Without love, we perish. Trickling down from this rainbow are the elements: clean air, clean water and...

Decreasing Fats

The main problem with eating commercial meat, poultry or farmed-fish is the way these animals are raised. I believe that humans were given teeth to be able to eat apples, carrots and other things that require some chewing, like wild meat. Venison...

Cholesterol

High Cholesterol
The standard definition of high cholesterol is having an excess of cholesterol in the blood, usually

Adult Onset Diabetes

The trick to eating to control Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is basically low to
no refined sugar, high complex carbohydrates and raw foods, low fat, high
fiber and easy on the fruit.

Get the Healthiest Newsletter!

Get a dose of Healthy delivered straight to your inbox. Each FREE issue features amazing content that will elevate your Body, Mind, and Spirit.

Your data is never shared with 3rd parties

Body+Mind+Spirit

TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE?

Try the Internet's Longest-Running Wellness Program.