Author - Holly Lucille

Dr. Holly Lucille is a licensed Naturopathic Physician graduating from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ where she received the prestigious “Daphne Blayden Award” for her “Commitment to Naturopathic Medicine, academic excellence, compassion, perseverance, a loving sense of humor and a positive, supportive outlook”. Holly is the past president of the California Naturopathic Doctor’s Association where she worked to ensure the availability of safe naturopathic health care by spearheading a lobbying effort to have Naturopathic Doctors licensed in the state of California. She has worked with the LA Free Clinic providing health education, promotion and prevention in the public health system and recently was awarded the “SCNM Legacy Award” for her “contribution to the advancement and development of the field of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Lucille is on the clinical staff of Renaissance Malibu, an addiction and recovery center, where she applies the principles of Naturopathic Medicine to serve people in recovery and is also on the faculty of the Global Medicine Education Foundation, a teaching organization aimed at understanding the common threads of spirituality, ecology, culture, relationships and community inherent in all approaches to healing. Dr. Lucille is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of both Enzymatic Therapy and Integrative Therapeutics, Inc. and has a private practice in Los Angeles called Healing from within Healthcare where her focus is comprehensive Naturopathic Medicine and individualized care. Dr. Lucille lectures throughout the nation and has been featured on Lifetime Television for Women and the Discovery Health Channel as well as being a guest on a number of radio and television shows. In 2007 she was listed in the Time Magazine’s Alt List as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People”. She is the author of Creating and Maintaining Balance: A Women’s Guide to Safe, Natural, Hormone Health. (IMPAKT Health, 2004) and recently joined forces with Jon Benson, the author of Fit Over Forty to develop “NaturaPause” an informational audio program focusing on nutrition and exercise to optimize normal hormonal transitions including menopause and andropause. Dr. Lucille has been promoted as an expert in her field and has a heartfelt passion for the individual wellness of all people.

Elements of a Strong Foundation – Part 2

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Elements of a Strong Foundation – Part 1

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