David G. Olarsch, N.D.
Naturopathic Doctor
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
Thomas A. Edison

 
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These are our picks for other informative and unique websites to check out. New suggestions are always welcome!

Acres U.S.A.
www.acresusa.com
Acres U.S.A. is North America's oldest, largest magazine covering eco-agriculture. The only national magazine that offers a comprehensive guide to sustainable agriculture. Drawing on knowledge accumulated in more than 30 years of continuous publication, we bring our readers the latest techniques for growing bountiful, nutritious crops and healthy, vibrant livestock. A glance at any issue is enough to see why sustainable farming—we call it eco-agriculture because it's both ecological and economical—represents the real revolution in scientific food cultivation.

Based on the work of scientists and farmers whose sophisticated approach to agriculture reveals chemical farming as obsolete and misguided, Acres U.S.A. shows its readers how to embrace the science of nature. Rather than batter nature into submission with bizarre chemistry that short-circuits natural processes, sustainable farmers feed the soil and bring it into balance. They gently coax nature into yielding her bounty, and they are rewarded with superior crops and lower input costs. Acres U.S.A. has helped thousands of farmers feed the nation's growing appetite for clean, delicious food and make a profit while they're at it. Farmers who practice eco-agriculture don't need enormous bank loans to float the cost of expensive chemical inputs and excessively complex equipment.

Alkalize for Health
www.alkalizeforhealth.net
The Acid/Alkaline balance of our body is crucial to our health, something that is built-in to Dr. Olarsch's program. To learn more, this website has good information. You may have to wade through some questionable material to find the good stuff, but it is worth it. Here are some good starts: Agriculture & Food Quality; Better Farms, and Complementary Medicine.

Alternative Cancer
www.alternativecancer.us
Alternative Cancer Treatments Comparison and Testing contains a color-coded table for side-by-side comparisons of 12 treatments. It also exposes the problems with the usual treatment selection methods and proposes an energy medicine based test method that finds the best treatment based on the patient's unique body energy.

Alternative Cancer Treatments
www.cancercure.ws
Wealth of information, covering cleanses, food, supplements, drugs, tools, clinics, references, links and more.

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians
www.naturopathic.org
The official website of our national organization. Good, basic information regarding the standards and licensing of Naturopathic Physicians. If you are interested in becoming a naturopathic doctor, click on this link to the American Association of Naturopathic Medical Colleges.

Cardigan Mountain Soap Works
www.cardiganmountain.com
Locally made soaps, high-quality and beautifully wrapped in cloth. Lilly lives in the area of the Institute and makes her soaps by hand. Her gift baskets and accessories are always welcome in anyone's home!

Co-Op America
www.coopamerica.org
Full of practical steps for using your consumer and investor power for social change. This is how we can all win. My favorite section is the realmoney section. I have subscribed to their newsletter for years. It has great tips for living better, saving more, investing wisely and making a difference, again, with practical steps that keep life enjoyable. Six short, information packed newsletters a year—download a free sample from their website.

Doctor Within
www.thedoctorwithin.com
The Doctor Within promotes thinking for yourself. This website is dedicated to providing referenced, scientific data on a variety of holistic and alternative medicine topics, focusing on universal principles, sound physiology, and the undiluted healing powers of the body itself. The "Chapters" are worth taking the time to read. Sugar, the Sweet Thief of Life is a favorite of Dr. Olarsch's.

Doctor Yourself
www.doctoryourself.com
There is some good information here, with a primary emphasis on educating yourself and taking responsibility for your own situation. Extensive list of short articles.

Eco Fish
www.ecofish.com
Safe, healthy, delicious fish: Eco Fish. It is vitally important to avoid farmed fish. This practice can damage the environment, alter the natural fish stocks around the world, and fish raised at these "factory farms" are sickly and have bad Omega-3 ratio's (the good fat). In addition, most farmed salmon is artificially colored, something the establishment has been hiding from us for years. Read more about it here: Fish Farm Flap. Eco Fish tastes great and is economical.

Food & Water Watch
www.foodandwaterwatch.org
Food & Water Watch protects our essential resources by transforming the public consciousness about what we eat and drink and by helping people to take action to make a difference.

Food & Water Watch is a non-profit organization working with grassroots organizations around the world to create an economically and environmentally viable future. Through research, public and policymaker education, media, and lobbying, we advocate policies that guarantee safe, wholesome food produced in a humane and sustainable manner and public, rather than private, control of water resources including oceans, rivers, and groundwater.

Fun & Educational Movies
www.themeatrix.com
Inspiring, hip, humorous, entertaining and educating, these websites feature short movies that will motivate you to take better care of yourself and the planet. You may even want to get involved…
The Meatrix is about factory farms, The Meatrix II is the sequel, Grocery Store Wars is about organic farming, The Drugs I Need! is about efforts to improve drug safety, and Welcome to the Town of Allopath, pokes fun at allopathic (conventional) medicine. Enjoy!

Health World
http://www.healthy.net
A wealth of information from various sources in the healing arts, including many different authors.

Healthy Healing
www.healthyhealing.com
Linda Page, N.D. offers this website in addition to her wonderful books. There are some wonderful articles here.

Hunger Site
www.hungersite.org
I go here everyday. I click on the six sites and it feels good. Hopefully, this makes a difference in somebody's life. They have been around for a while, it is free, and they have not bothered me with spam of any kind. The six sites are: Hunger Site, Breast Cancer, Child Health, Literacy, Rainforest and Animal Rescue.

Mercola
www.mercola.com
This website is a massive source of information related to natural health. Dr. Mercola's Nutrition Plan is a nice compliment to Dr. Olarsch's program and has food ideas that will add some variety to your diet. His Juicing: Your Key to Radiant Health is an excellent juicing article.

Natural Healers
www.naturalhealers.com
Natural Healers is dedicated to providing the best information to prospective students of natural healing techniques. They strive to be the finest resource available, allowing students to compare schools, contact them, read common questions and answers, and ask questions. A good starting point for careers and education in the natural healing arts. Be certain to click on the "show all…" button on the bottom of the page you first searched to as they first only show the schools that paid for a nice ad! Another site for health careers is Allied Health Professions, provided by the University of Notre Dame.

Natural Home
www.naturalhomemagazine.com
Building your dream home? Remodeling your current home? Wait! Read this magazine first. Plenty of practical advice on living green, living well, while creating your dream living environment. You can save money buy avoiding toxic building mistakes and discover new materials used all around the world that are easier on the planet. Even has tips for the office. The website has some of the magazine's articles but you will need to subscribe to get all the information.

Natural News
www.naturalnews.com
An up-to-date news website on natural health. Many current articles on natural medicine & healing, eating for health, environment information, etc. One of Dr. David's favorite reading grounds!

Nexus Magazine
www.nexusmagazine.com/
Publishes alternative health articles from all around the globe. Worth reading: Hormone Heresy, part one, and Hormone Heresy, part two, a deep article on hormone replacement therapy. Also, The Oiling of America, part one and The Oiling of America, part two will have you rethinking what we were told about heart disease, cancer and fats. It turns out sugar, margarine and refined oils are the culprits, not butter and animal fats!
Other great articles include: Refined Sugar, The Sweetest Poison of All shows how a multitude of common physical and mental ailments are strongly linked to the consuming of 'pure', refined sugar. The Health Benefits of Coconut Milk and Oils, part one and The Health Benefits of Coconut Milk and Oils, part two explains how recent scientific research proves that the saturated fatty acids and derivative compounds found in coconuts and coconut oil have significant benefits for a healthy immune system and metabolism.
The Myths of Vegetarianism, part one and The Myths of Vegetarianism, part two will challenge a vegetarian viewpoint. It points out that in the search for individual health truths, no one system is correct. Anthropological studies showing that no tribal peoples are strictly vegetarian suggest we need to include animal foods in our diets to maintain good health. Contrary to the claims of some health exponents, diets which are strictly vegetarian and do not include animal foods are a recipe for ill health.

Not Milk
www.notmilk.com
An incredible gathering of evidence of how we have been "milked" into believing that another animal's milk could be good for us. While the belief of consuming dairy may be ubiquitous in our culture, those that cease the consumption of these products experience profund improvements in their health. Also worth seeing, if not just for the humor, Milk Sucks is another site of information.

Organic Bouquet
www.organicbouquet.com
A little diversion here from serious reading! Organic flowers, fresh fruit, gift baskets and other nice things of organic nature. If you're looking for a gift for me, start here! Just kidding…

Organic Consumers Association
www.organicconsumers.org
This group is doing some excellent work and deserve our support. Campaigning for Food Safety, Organic Agriculture, Fair Trade & Sustainability, they have been effective both in education and politically.
The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is a grassroots non-profit public interest organization which deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, corporate accountability, and environmental sustainability. They are the only organization in the US focused exclusively on representing the views and interests of the nation's estimated ten million organic consumers.

Ralph Moss
www.ralphmoss.com
Website of renowned cancer author Ralph Moss, Ph.D. His books are worth reading and the section The Cancer Chronicles has many free articles that he has written. He has another cancer site Cancer Decisions with some good advice.

Rebounding
www.needak-rebounders.com/
Rebounders are mini-trampolines that you exercise on. Kids are naturally drawn to them and adults will find they offer tremendous health benefits. Rebounding can help reverse the effects of gravity on our body, reverse lymph system stagnation, boost the immune system, help digestion, circulation and even the colon.
Dr. Olarsch has been recommending one particular brand of rebounders for many years: the Needak. Most rebounders are cheap imitations that fall apart and have much spring action, potentially causing harm to the neck, spine and organs. Needak rebounders are made in the USA, use Permatron mats, have the best warranty in the industry and exclusively have the Needak Soft-Bounce springs.
Needak's website has great information on the many benefits of rebounding. This is a highly recommended exercise by Dr. Olarsch and a wonderful simple way to stay healthy, even in the winter, even indoors! The Needak rebounder is small enough to fit under most beds. You can jump on them, jog on them, do the twist, jumping jacks, knee lifts and many more exercises demonstrated on the video and in books. The bottom line: this is something every household should have. Dr. Olarsch has one at home and one at the office!
We have arranged for you to get these through our office. You may call us or Needak (800-232-5762) to have it delivered to your home. We recommend the model #RO2. If you get it from Needak, please mention our account #23392 and "Affiliate Program" so that we will get credit for the sale. Thanks, and happy rebounding!

Staying Healthy
www.elsonhaas.com
Staying healthy with Dr. Elson Haas, a popular author and M.D., has some good articles. Dr. Olarsch has recommended the common-sense advise of this doctor for many years. His books are worth reading and his cookbook is very good.

Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients
www.townsendletter.com
The Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients also publishes a print magazine about alternative medicine. It is written by researchers, health practitioners and patients. As a forum for the entire alternative medicine community, they present scientific information (pro and con) on a wide variety of alternative medicine topics.

Udo Erasmus
www.udoerasmus.com
Author of the must-read book Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill. A website generously loaded with articles and information that will de-mystify the fear of fats and make a complicated, controversial subject clear and easy to understand.

United Plant Savers
www.unitedplantsavers.org
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving native medicinal plants. United Plant Savers' mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come. Definitely worth joining and supporting. If you have some property and wish to turn it into a sanctuary for native medicinal plants, they can make that happen for you.

Vitamin C Foundation
www.vitamincfoundation.org
Dr. Olarsch is big on Vitamin C, and this site goes a long way towards explaining why. Based on the work of Dr. Linus Pauling and others, this may be the Internet's best source of news and information about Vitamin C. They do a great job of keeping up with the volume's of information on Vitamin C.

Wade Frazier
www.ahealedplanet.net/home.htm
If you are interested in free energy, cancer cures that are harmless, cheap and effective, or how this planet might be healed and what some of the obstacles seem to be, this website may be for you. Wade Frazier writes on health, politics, science, economics and world history. His views are an eye & mind opener. Not light reading, try one section at a time! The Medical Racket is must reading.

Well Being Journal
www.wellbeingjournal.com
Published six times yearly, the Well Being Journal has short and in-depth articles on health and environment. This website has a nice selection of articles from past and present issues.

Weston A. Price Foundation
www.westonaprice.org
A nonprofit, tax-exempt charity founded in 1999 to disseminate the research of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston Price, whose studies of isolated nonindustrialized peoples established the parameters of human health and determined the optimum characteristics of human diets. The Foundation is dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, research and activism.

Working Assets
www.workingassets.org
A natural telephone company! Since 1985, Working Assets has donated a portion of its' profits to good causes. This is long-distance service you can feel good about, and their prices are competitive. You can make a difference in the world through everyday activities like talking on the phone. Give them a try; they are pleasant to deal with and you won't be disappointed.



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