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Dr Sharrie Naturopathic Coach


Naturopathic coaching is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition. It is not intended to substitute for the advice, treatment and/or diagnosis of a qualified licensed professional. Naturopathic Coaches may not make any medical diagnoses, claims and/or substitute for your personal physician’s care. As your Naturopathic Coach I do not provide a second opinion or in any way attempt to alter the treatment plans or therapeutic goals/recommendations of your personal physician. It is my role to partner with you to provide ongoing support and accountability as you create an action plan to meet and maintain your physical, mental and spiritual health goals.

Naturopathic Medicine,   Diet, Nutrition,   Herbology, Homeopathy,   Aromatherapy,   Back Flower Therapy,   Health Kinesiology,   Iridology,   Neurofeedback,   

Biofeedback,   Audio Visual Entrainment, Binaural Beats,   Energy Psychology,   Law of Attraction,   Meditation,   Visualization

Dr. Sharrie

I graduated with a doctorate in Naturopathy (high honors/Deans List). I am a Neurotherapist in private practice for over 10 years and Naturopathic Coach in person or on line. I coach my clients to overcome a variety of health disorders and limited thinking, low self-esteem, invasive thoughts, self-sabotaging behaviors, physical complaints, lack of future goals and the inability to reach them. Health is more than just proper diet and exercise. Its your perspective on life! Contact me today for a free 30 minute consultation.

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Years ago when I had my practice in New York I would get a yearly note card in the mail from a custodian named Mike. He had suffered for years with allergies every fall. I introduced and educated him about methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM for short.

MSM contains an organic form of sulfur that is present in plant, meat, and dairy foods like  fruit, corn, tomatoes, tea, coffee and cow milk, Swiss chard, beer, alfalfa sprouts, which, after processing, makes it very difficult for our bodies to receive what we need. MSM is not to be confused with synthetic sulfa drugs, which can actually trigger an allergic reaction. Rather, MSM is a natural supplement that is fantastic for  cardiovascular issues such as hypertension and poor circulation, allergies, inflammation of the eye and mucous membranes, headaches and migraines, asthma, arthritis, and osteoarthritis because of its known anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not have a recommended amount of this supplement but Mike takes 1,000 mg twice a day, along with vitamin C to aid in absorption, which he reports has increased his energy level as well. Other clients who have taken it report that their nails become stronger and their hair thicker.

Dr. Sharrie

Naturopathic Coach & Neurotherapist

Health is more than just proper diet & exercise. It's your perspective on life!


Sesame Broccoli

3 Stalks of fresh broccoli
1 TBS miso
½ Cup Sesame Oil
1 tspn Gluten Free Soy Sauce
1 TBS Sesame Seeds (to garnish)

Rinse and steam the broccoli until el dente and set in a bowl. In a blender place miso, sesame oil, and gluten free soy sauce and blend until smooth. Pour sauce over the broccoli and  fold together. Garnish with sesame seeds.

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