Team Plants is a health media brand operated by naturopathic physicians (NDs). Our focus is on addressing the root cause(s) of dis-ease while optimizing daily lifestyle habits that promote health, fitness, and wellness.
We believe that a holistic lifestyle addressing mental, physical, and spiritual health can radically improve your overall health and lifespan. Here you will find practical information created with the ultimate goal of preventing chronic diseases and helping you better understand the naturopathic and integrative approach to healthcare.
Prevention is the best cure!
The rates of common chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's dementia, diabetes, and obesity are at an all time high. Yet, these chronic diseases (and others) can be prevented (and even reversed in many cases) by identifying and correcting the underlying factors that are responsible while incorporating evidence-based natural medicine into your lifestyle.
Our blog and online platforms focus on healthy and delicious recipes, plant-based product reviews, meal plans, transformation stories, and botanical, nutritional, and lifestyle-oriented peer-reviewed research.
Our shop features a variety of merchandise (including t-shirts, tank tops, and hoodies), all of which are ethically produced (sweat shop-free) and sustainably-sourced, e-Books, and physician-grade supplements that are commonly used in the clinical setting.
You CAN transform and take back your health. We are here to help you along this journey!
We are graduates of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM), located in Tempe, Arizona. Learn more here!
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This site is not meant to provide medical or health advice of any kind. Do not misconstrue any information that you read here as medical recommendation, diagnosis, or treatment. The information provided here on this blog is intended to serve as a communication of our experiences as primary care physicians and to share articles and public material pertaining to health and medicine that we come across. It should in no way be interpreted as medical advice of any kind. Always consult with your physician before applying any new information to your health protocol.