May 1, 2019

If there ever were a match made in heaven for vitamins and minerals to promote super health, it would have to be vitamin K2 and calcium. They are inseparable like salt and pepper. You probably know that vitamin D is necessary for strong bones and teeth. It does this by...

April 10, 2018

10 - 14% of the population experiences problems with onychmycosis, commonly known as toenail fungus. If you have encountered this problem, you may feel embarrassed to show your bare feet. The fun may be gone from wearing open-toe sandals and being outdoors barefoot. Be...

February 12, 2018

4 Great Reasons to Donate Blood

(hint… it’ll improve your health)

One: You can help someone whose life may depend on your donation. Most blood banks, like Blood Works Northwest in the Puget Sound, are always needing more blood and they can store the blood for about 42 d...

December 14, 2017

You may have seen those postcards from Seattle with pictures of a typical sky in each season. Grey, Grey, Blue and Grey. Yes, it gets grey in Seattle. The constant overcast skies can have a big impact on your psyche, mood, physical health and energy level.  In addition...

December 16, 2016

During the holiday season, it's easy to overextend ourselves. Holiday parties, overeating, shopping, and extra cooking for friends and family can push us over the edge. The end result is that we can end up feeling fatigued, weak and vulnerable to infection....

December 2, 2016

Ear infections can be quite painful in children and even adults. Children will often pull on their ears, seem distressed or have a fever. There are several types of ear infections but the most problematic is acute otitis media (AOM). Antibiotics are routinely prescribe...

November 12, 2016

We know that iodine is in our table salt and that we need it for our thyroid glands. That's often as far as we get. But iodine has so many functions in our bodies and can so clearly improve our overall health that it's worth taking a second look at this mineral.

U.S. RD...

October 26, 2016

For thousands of years humans spent their days outside, exposed to natural light. Our regular or circadian rhythm that governs every function in our body reli

October 7, 2016

For thousands of years humans have fermented their food. Originally done to preserve foods because there was no refrigeration, traditional cultures intuitively used this process to make food more shelf stable, digestible and nutritious. As a means of long term preserva...

October 1, 2016

I have found that the food choices I make for myself and my family have a large impact on my health and our environment. One important consideration in a person's diet is whether to eat meat and dairy products and, if so, what kind. I have chosen to eat meat since I be...

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Seattle, WA 98125

Dr. David Ramaley, N.D., D.C., D.A.C.N.B.

Dr. Laurie McQuaig, D.C., D.A.C.N.B

Tel: 206-306-7797

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