Satya Ambrose, ND, LAc and Kat Lopez, MD visited "Cooking at Reigelmans" today and made this delicious recipe! This recipe is from Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo. 1 head Savoy cabbage, leaves carefully separated to remain intact 1 cup grated cauliflower 1 tsp butter or coconut oil Salt & pepper to taste 1 lb ground beef 1-2 cloves garlic, grated ½ onion, finely diced 1 tsp dried rosemary 1 32oz can crushed tomatoes 1 cup Cranberry sauce, made previously Preheat oven to
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy. The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "Divine Power"
By Sallie McKibben, LAc When I think of a mimosa, I think of a sweet, delicious drink that makes me feel like I am floating in warm Hawaiian waters, blissful and carefree. The bark of the mimosa tree has a similar effect, sans the alcohol. This beautiful, flowering tree can be spotted all over the Portland-metro area, and features fuzzy pink-white flowers. He Huan Pi is a gentle herb that calms, relaxes, relieves pent up emotions, and also moves blood to relieve pain and s
By Satya Ambrose, ND, LAc Two weekends ago we had a very exciting seminar on miraculous cases. We went over cases together that had eluded other healthcare practitioners. This is very exciting, because this is what we do in our clinic. And it is our goal to bring this information to other practitioners. Below is a summary of two of the cases that were presented during the seminar and our treatment, one on a severe case of osteoporosis and the second on spontaneous pneumothora
We are beginning the process of marketing for the clinic and what better way to advertise than to hear how satisfied our current patients are! Please take a moment to share your experience at our clinic. You can find each individual practitioner through Health Grades, Yelp, or simply by commenting on our facebook page. Satya Ambrose on Health Grades Jamie Fields on Health Grades Sarah Larson on Health Grades Kelli Scott on Health Grades Kat Lopez Sankey on Health Grades Sat
by Kelli Scott, LAc Looking for a fresh new idea for this summer's potluck BBQ? This recipe is a guaranteed crowd pleaser, with it's fresh garlic and gingery wholesome goodness. For variety and more nutty flavor, experiment with different types of quinoa. The ginger aids in good digestion, which can always be a concern but especially in the summer heat. Garlic is a natural antibiotic to keep away unwanted visitors (of all types!). This hearty but light tasting vegan recipe pa
The origin of Qigong can be traced to China, as far back as 2,500 B.C., where it has been widely practiced due to its therapeutic and rejuvenating properties. The word Qigong is an amalgam of the word “Gong”, which means to cultivate; and, of the word “Qi”, which means to activate the body’s mental and physiologic activities. This slow and flowing exercise is designed to open and close the acupuncture meridians, in order to increase and regulate the flow of ‘Blood & Qi’ & thr
How would I treat a patient with interstitial cystitis? To me, this is like fibromyalgia of the bladder. First I want to localize the inflammatory source by addressing the gut (GALT and MALT). Of course the gut and the bladder are juxtaposed and the gut controls inflammation, so there's usually something wrong there. I do gut flora analysis, change the diet (removing allergens and inappropriate food) via the anti-inflammatory diet, and check for nutrient deficiencies. If I fi