Recent Blogs

A Collaborative Approach to Holistic Health Care

Written by: Dave Johnson, MD, Jennifer Kurinsky, ND & Christine Schoenek, ND We at Grand Rapids Natural Health want you to know that your health is our mission. Our holistically oriented health care practitioners come from a variety of healing approaches including; naturopathic medicine, counseling, health coaching, massage therapy, skin care and now integrative medicine, with… Continue Reading

Parenting Styles Decoded

This content is from the October, 2016 issue of Women’s LifeStyle Magazine There are many different parenting styles that shape a child’s sense of self and future success. Parent-centered parenting and child-centered parenting both discuss the balance between the parent’s life as well as the child’s. Finding that balance while keeping in tune to your… Continue Reading

Dual Roles

This content is from the September, 2016 issue of Women’s LifeStyle Magazine. by Kerry Hart, LLMFT A working mother may experience conflicting emotions and challenges. Among these challenges may be the constant feeling of finding a balance between your career and innate motherly duties. It’s not uncommon for working mothers to feel they can improve their… Continue Reading

Immunity Boosting Recipes to Prepare You for Fall

Grand Rapids Natural Health team members Audrey Byker, Health Coach, Andrea Hop, Health Coach and Christine Schoenek, ND, have combined their knowledge to share with you two natural immunity boosting recipes to prepare you for fall & battle the back to school bugs! “With cold and flu season coming up, it’s a great idea to prime our immune… Continue Reading

Banana Blueberry Oat Cookies

Health Coach Favorite Recipe   Since school has started for some and just around the corner for others, try my new recipe for Banana Blueberry Oat Cookies. These cookies are soft, bursting with fresh blueberries, and rich in nutrients. They are great as a side with some protein for breakfast, lunch or afternoon snack. Snag… Continue Reading

The Delicious Days of Summer

One of my favorite times of the year is summer. Well, basically, any time in Michigan that there is no snow impeding our lives, and I would hazard a guess that most people agree with me.  What is it about the magical days of summer that draws us in and wraps us in a humid embrace leaving us… Continue Reading

Integrative Cardiology: A Whole Health Approach

Heart disease is the leading cause of death and is preventable. Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in America and worldwide. Despite advancements in medications, medical procedures and surgeries, the prevalence of cardiovascular disease, and its associated modifiable risk factors continue to rise. It has been widely published that as much as 70%… Continue Reading

The Unfriend

This content is from the July, 2016 issue of Women’s LifeStyle Magazine. You can tell a lot about a person by who their friends are. Similar personality types tend to attract one another, and often friendships begin when someone is drawn to another’s likeness or commonality. Friendships are important to recognize in a personal relationship,… Continue Reading

Bonding on Your Family Vacation

This content is from the June, 2016 issue of Women’s LifeStyle Magazine. Family vacations can be difficult to navigate, and the what-if scenarios can become more anxiety-inducing than navigating the crowds at the Magic Kingdom. What if the kids do not find much to hold their interest? What if the older kids do not want… Continue Reading