Dr. Kathleen Jones

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Dr. Kathleen Jones, DC ND

Dr. Kathleen Jones, DC ND

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Dr. Kathleen A Jones has been practicing in the Columbus area for over twenty years and has helped thousands of patients overcome health problems with a natural approach. 

She specializes in helping men and women with hormonal issues as well as problems with depression, anxiety, and sleep. Dr. Jones also works with children, particularly helping to combat ADD and ADHD using a drug-free approach.  

Dr. Jones graduated from Life University of Chiropractic with a Doctorate of Chiropractic and a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition. She later went on to get a Naturopathic Degree at Central States College of Naturopathy. 

Dr. Jones believes that a natural approach to health is critical in these times and strives to help patients find a holistic approach to their health concerns. 

Articles by Dr. Kathleen Jones, DC ND

Improving Your Digestion

Check your hcl levels: Take a tsp. of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice, if symptoms improve you need more hcl.  If symptoms worsen do not use supplements with hcl. Take aloe vera – ¼ cup on an empty stomach am and pm.  Try george’s aloe vera juice from warren ...
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Eat a high fiber diet with lots of fruits, veggies and whole grains – especially brown rice. Use supplemental fiber as well. Treat liver with silymarin, burdock and red clover. Aloe vera – ½ cup 3 times a day on an empty stomach. Use enteric-coated peppermint capsules. Skullcap and valerian ...
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Natural Medicine 101: Homeopathy by Dr. Kathleen Jones

Of the many treatment modalities I've incorporated into my practice, I probably get the most questions about homeopathic remedies. The unfortunate truth is that there are many people demonizing homeopathy in conventional medicine, simply because they do not understand how it works and the underlying theories that guide its principles ...
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Natural Medicine 101: What is Naturopathic Medicine? by Dr. Kathleen Jones

As many of my patients know, I have been practicing in Columbus, Ohio for over twenty years. Despite the many progresses of complementary and alternative medicine during that time, I am still frequently asked to clarify just what a naturopathic doctor is. Taking a cursory look at the Internet, one ...
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Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine from the beginning of time has been available in one form or another to all people.  Naturopathic medicine includes using herbs, homeopathy, nutrition, diet, water, exercise and detoxification to help the body find it’s own balance. Each naturopathic practioner may use any combination of these and other therapies ...
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Preconception Healthcare: Preparing for A Healthy and Happy Baby

The development of sperm and the maturation of the egg takes approximately 3-4 months. The egg and sperm will reflect the health or toxicity of the body during this time. Both parents need to be involved as each contributes 50% of the DNA of the baby. Diseases linked to dad: ...
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Preparing for Menopause – Naturally

Eat a diet rich in fiber and take a protein supplement to balance blood sugar. Avoid alcohol, caffeine, sugar and spicy foods – they can contribute to hot flashes and mood swings. Get regular exercise Reduce stress – use relaxation technques/meditation Take a multivitamin and a b complex Use black ...
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Remedies for the Winter Blues

1) Exercise. Exercise. Exercise! 2) Get outside whenever possible even in cold to feel sun on your skin for 20 minutes per day. 3) Detoxify your diet – get out the sugar and add more protein, fruits and veggies.  Increase your h2o intake. 4) Try some acupuncture – it is ...
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Staying Well While We Age!!

Eat a balanced diet that includes raw fruits and veggies, seeds, nuts and quality protein. Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, green leafy veggies, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, almonds, fish (tilapia, maui-maui, salmon), whole grains, olive oil Drink good quality water and lots of it! Invest in a good water system/drink at least 8 ...
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The Five Facets of Good Health

A Positive Outlook On Life studies reveal that those who have a positive mental attitude about life and wellness live longer and recover faster from illnesses. Those who do regular positive thinking exercises through tapes, books or meditation increase their endorphin levels, thereby increasing their potential for great health. All ...
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