Dennis Godby, ND

The Manipulation of our Foods

With obesity rates on the rise, synthetic ingredients, addictive additives, toxic packaging, hormone-disrupting chemicals, contaminants, and dyes are
Dennis Godby, ND

Poor eating habits contribute to depression

Although there is rarely just one cause, a poor diet often makes a significant contribution to depression. A deficiency of any single nutrient can alter brain function and lead to depression, anxiety and other mental disorders.
Dennis Godby, ND

Hormones key to dropping excess weight

To improve body composition and achieve optimal health, balancing your hormones are critical to short- and long-term success.
Dennis Godby, ND

Medical testing can find the source of what ails us

If you want to make dramatic improvement in your health in 2008, Dr. Chris Meletis, ND, recommends four simple laboratory tests before embarking on your health journey. Meletis tells his patients, "Tests Don't Guess."
Dennis Godby, ND

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

It has been said, "Let your food be your medicine and your medicine your food." But what if your food, instead of nourishing you, was making you sick,
Dennis Godby, ND

Metabolic indicators hold key to preventing diabetes and heart disease

Insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome are at the heart of both type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Dennis Godby, ND

Parents Can Set Up Children For Lifetime of Good Health

Despite material abundance and technological success, or perhaps because of it, statistics show that our children are part of one of the unhealthiest generations in world history.
Dennis Godby, ND

California threatens naturopathic care

Most California healthcare consumers are probably unaware that Governor Schwarzenegger is recommending the elimination of the Naturopathic Licensing Bureau, which licenses naturopathic doctors
Dennis Godby, ND

Insomnia, Sleep On It and Feel Refreshed

A sleep study showed that 47% of adults and 57% of children in the U.S. do not sleep enough. The American daily average is now only 6 hours and 40 minutes, and still declining, far off the adult-recommended 8 hours, and far below the 9 hours that Americans used to sleep
Dennis Godby, ND

Go Gluten Free for the Holidays

From our clinical experience, just about everyone can benefit from less gluten. Over the last 50 years, the gluten content of wheat has increased by 50%. Gluten intolerance specialist, Dr. Tom O'Bryan, estimates