Friday, July 24, 2015

Bastyr ND Sullivan at HuffPo: "Disease is a Disturbance of the Vital Force"

here, some of naturopathy's essential science-ejected muddle: 

001. ND Sullivan tells us, in "Enough: When Sacrifice Has Gone Too Far" (2015-07-23):

"naturopathy understands that disease is the disturbance of the vital force [...] homeopathic medicine, and nutritional therapy, my patients have found great results and increased their quality of life. Naturopaths are licensed, medical professionals who treat people not just conditions";

ah, vital force, a science-ejected concept.  Disease is not a disturbance of a vital force, scientifically speaking.  And doing homeopathy?  "Great results" from empty remedies?  And claiming medical professionalism?  Naturopathy understands VERY LITTLE.

002. at HuffPo, her bio. states:

"Dr. Andrea Sullivan received a doctorate of naturopathic medicine (ND) from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA in 1986. She also completed advanced courses in homeopathic medicine in the US, India, and Europe. She continues to study with homeopathic physicians from Mumbai (Bombay), India, and she is a diplomat with the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians. Dr. Sullivan has a private practice in Washington, DC.";\

I can't think of something more UNPROFESSIONAL in medical terms as homeopathy.  Licensure allows naturopathy do be false without penalty.

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