Dr. Kimberly Brown

Dr. Kimberly Brown is a Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist licensed in the state of California. She currently operates a private practice in San Jose.

Is Sorbitol Safe for Your Health?

Keep reading for my take on the topic and find out which sweetener may be the best choice for you. What Is Sorbitol? Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol. Like xylitol and erythritol, sorbitol is a popular,

Carrageenan: Everything You Need to Know

Carrageenan has faced serious scrutiny in recent years, since some animal studies suggest it can cause intestinal discomfort, ulcerations, and even cancer. While the results of these studies are ala

Why You Should Eat Meat: My Appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience

Table of Contents Background and Introductions There Are Serious Problems with Epidemiological Research No, Vegetarians and Vegans Don’t Live Longer Is There a Connection between Red Meat and Can

How Working with a Health Coach Can Help You Fight Chronic Disease

If you or a loved one are not already facing a chronic disease, the statistics, sadly, indicate that you have a very high chance of dealing with it sooner than you think. And conventional medicine i

Do You Need to Increase Your Daily Carb Intake?

Are you an advocate of the low-carb lifestyle or the ketogenic diet? If you’ve been experiencing problems like fatigue, constipation, or a weight loss plateau, it could be a sign that it’s time

RHR: The Truth about Saturated Fat, with Zoё Harcombe

In this episode, we discuss: Why you need to eat fat Why the Paleo diet template makes sense Where these misguided ideas about fat came from The Seven Countries Study Zoё Harcombe’s research on

What Is the Optimal Human Diet?

Eggs are bad for you. Wait, eggs are good for you! Fat is bad. Wait, fat is good and carbs are bad! Skipping breakfast causes weight gain. Wait, skipping breakfast (intermittent fasting) is great fo

Why You Should Be Skeptical of the Latest Nutrition Headlines: Part 2

This article is Part 2 of a two-part series about the problems with nutrition research and the way it’s presented in the media. For more reasons why you should be skeptical of the latest nutrition

What Is Nutrient Density and Why Is It Important?

I’ll also clear up some common misconceptions about nutrient density, and reveal why an omnivorous diet that includes both animal and plant foods is the best choice from a nutrient density perspec

Poor Memory Curcumin Might Help

Memory complaints can sometimes begin as early as the 20s but for most, not until after age 60. Postpartum women and women going through menopause can also sometimes begin to experience memory problem

Natural Flu Prevention

You probably know someone who has had the flu this season. It’s been a very early flu season and a more severe one than we normally experience. With estimates of the vaccine only being 10 to 30% eff

Progesterone: The Forgotten Hormone

Estrogen’s forgotten sister, progesterone, is often overlooked. For example, a woman who has a full hysterectomy (causing a surgical menopause) may be given solely estrogen and no progesterone. This

Compounded Bio-identical Hormones

Recently, I saw a woman at my office who’d been prescribed a brand name Bio-identical estradiol gel. She didn’t come to see me for hormone therapy but she mentioned that the gel wasn’t improving

Things are heating up and it’s not just the weather!

HOT FLASHES: WHY DO THEY HAPPEN? WHAT ROLE DOES STRESS PLAY?   Hot flashes occur due to a narrowing of the core body temperature range due to something called norepinephrine. But hang on, aren’t ho

How does poor sleep affect our ability to learn? Study investigates

Most of us know that a good night’s sleep is key for happiness and productivity, and that conversely, a night of poor sleep can have negative effects on our performance during the day. But a new stu

MTHFR Study – Recruiting Volunteers

UPDATE: This location has been closed. We are working on updating a new location. I will update you as I learn more. Thank you Dr Lynch Location: Seattle, Washington – Lynnwood/Northgate area. Back

Pure Water Supports MTHFR

What you drink impacts your MTHFR gene. We all know that tap water is not ideal. Arsenic levels are a concern as is chlorine, jet fuel, pesticides, fracking, fluoride to name a few. Whatever foreign

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