Lower Blood Pressure Naturally – Part 1


Yesterday, I spend the day with the family at the Taste of Colorado, a food and music festival in downtown Denver.

As soon as we got there, I spotted the bungee trapeze ride and ran to get in line. I was the only adult (past age 11) who was in line, but I didn’t care. I’m a big kid and I’ll never grow up.

As soon as I got strapped in, my heart was in my throat. I realized what I had gotten into. I exploded into the sky and I could feel my blood pressure rise. I bounced up and down into the sky for a several minutes. It took me awhile to come off that high. If I had measured my blood pressure right after that craziness, I’m sure it would’ve been sky high.


Unfortunately, for many of Americans, elevated blood pressure is happening on a daily basis – without the bungee trapeze.

The most common diagnosis at the doctor’s office is high blood pressure (hypertension.)

This affects Americans at a staggering rate, now reaching 1 in 3 Americans.Having a blood pressure reading that is greater than 140/90 on 3 occasions warrants the diagnosis of hypertension.

Addressing this for one’s health is crucial because high blood pressure is the single most important risk factor for the development of heart attacks and stroke.

Health care costs related to hypertension reach several hundred billions of dollars per year, and that number probably won’t change anytime soon. Hypertension costs 12% of total US health care costs – more than $185 billion per year.

So, your doctor told you that you have high blood pressure. All you need to do is avoid salt like the plague right? Well, it’s a little more complicated that that.

At your doctor’s office, besides being told to “watch what you eat, and exercise”, not much in terms of treatment is offered aside from medication.From a naturopathic perspective, there are many treatments that can be done naturally to effectively address hypertension. However, as any good naturopathic doctor, I start at the cause.

Why do Americans have high blood pressure in the first place?

There are many causes of high blood pressure. Here are some commonly missed causes:

1. Hyperinsulinemia How does high insulin cause high blood pressure? Here’s a scenario – you eat a meal of sugary goodness, it causes an influx of blood sugar. This causes a spike in insulin, and sodium and water retention in the kidneys. Your blood vessels are like hoses, having more volume in a closed container will create high pressure.

2. Vitamin D deficiency – I see this in 80+% of my patients. Correction of this deficiency can cause a reduction in elevated high blood pressure that is comparable to taking medication. (optimizing vitamin D levels also addresses depression, pain, auto immune disease, and cancer). Plus it’s cheaper and safer than medication. If you haven’t had your vitamin D levels checked, ask your doctor.

3. Taking NSAIDS (aspirin, ibuprofen) – these medications block your body’s production of some vasodilating hormones, called prostacyclins. Vasodilation is a process where your blood vessels relax and this creates lower pressure within them. Blocking hormones that do this, can cause high blood pressure.

4. Mercury Toxicity – This is almost never addressed at your typical doctor’s office. Mercury has been shown in the research to be amalgam-filling-300x227connected to high blood pressure, by preventing the breakdown of catecholamines (“fight or flight” chemicals). If you have silver colored fillings in your mouth, eat sushi and/or received childhood vaccinations, you have likely been exposed to mercury.

5. Other drugs like Prozac, Adderall, Lithium, Sudafed, can all cause high blood pressure. Let’s not forget about the drug called caffeine.

6. Estrogen, and oral contraceptives – Estrogens promote sodium and water retention at the kidneys, which promotes fluid overload and high blood pressure. There are natural ways to address this that I’ll discuss in next week’s blog.

7. Food allergens – Being exposed to foods that create a stress response can increase cortisol and potentially lead to high blood pressure over time.

8. Spinal dysfunction – in the Chiropractic world, this is called subluxation. Having a vertebrae out of alignment can put stress on the whole body and leave one more susceptible to hypertension.

As you can see, having high blood pressure is more than just eating salty foods, and often times it’s not even related to that. It’s complex!

For treating hypertension, there are many safe and effective natural therapies that may be utilized. These therapies are often safer and at least as effective as pharmaceutical medications. For a list of these treatments, stay tuned to next week’s blog post!

In health,

Dr. Lauren Noel
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Got Tough Times?


Let’s be honest. Life isn’t always butterflies and rainbows.

Even for the most positive and optimistic person, life can throw some serious curve balls. And even the most skilled ball player may have a hard time making contact.

The unpredictability of life can be incredibly exciting. You never know what’s right around the corner – the most amazing person you may meet, the unbelievable promotion you might get, a new baby that might be conceived.

That same uncertainty can try to knock you down with all its might. A relationship that falls apart, the loss of a job, the death of a friend or family member. We’ve all experienced difficult times – and while we’re going through it, it can seem like there’s no way pull through, or that the pain will never stop.

Just in the last couple of weeks, I’ve had patients and close friends go through some seemingly impossible circumstances. One patient had a best friend who appeared to be in perfect health, in her 20’s, suddenly die. Totally out of the blue. A family friend was diagnosed with a completely unexpected kidney disease, and just days later, her husband’s father suddenly passed away. It seems like when it rains – it pours.

Isn’t it interesting, though, how through difficult times, some of the best realizations are made? We learn some pretty insightful things about ourselves, our lives, and the people in our lives. And through the heart-wrenching pain, we discover how many people truly love us. Through hardship, people come through and deliver that love we need, often in abundance.

I remember back to the 1994 Northridge, CA earthquake – one of the most terrifying moments in my life. Our house had over $150,000 in damage, and the whole city seemed to be in a panic. But even in the midst of the frenzy, I remember meeting many of the neighbors for the first time, as everyone joined together to care for each other. Through that difficulty, we all experienced true connection and our neighborhood was never the same.

As a doctor, much of what I talk about with patients deals with mental/emotional well being. Often times their physical health complaints have deep roots in their inner world. Once the sources of stress/pain are alleviated or addressed, much of the physical complaints subside. A bad relationship can cause chronic headaches. Financial stress can cause digestive disorders. The mind-body connection is very real and often times forgotten in modern medicine, but it plays a crucial part of our health.

Going through a difficult time?

There is no quick fix to heart ache, but these tips can help make the healing a little easier:

Get an outlet. Some like to talk it out with someone, others prefer to get creative like writing, singing or playing an instrument,and others may need to sweat it out. Whatever resonates with you for an outlet, do it as much as you feel compelled to.

Volunteer. If things seem extra blue in your world, lend a helping hand to someone in need. Helping another person is medicine for the giver and the receiver.

Brain support. To get you through the tough spot, try some herbs or nutrients to boost neurotransmitters that may be out of balance. For example, the amino acid in green tea, L-theanine, can boost GABA (the calming chemical in your brain), and give you a greater sense of calm. To have your neurotransmitters assessed, contact me and I’ll send you a free questionnaire.

Get sunshine. Getting out in the sun not only gives you fresh air, but it also boosts serotonin, and supplies vitamin D. Who doesn’t feel better after spending a day in the great outdoors?


Flower essences are infusions of flowers in water, and have been used in some cultures since ancient times to promote awareness of emotional, mental, and spiritual imbalances. For example, honeysuckle can be used as a remedy when one is too nostalgic about the past. Beech is for when one is too critical or judgmental of others. Cerato is for when one continually doubts him/herself.

Energy work. There are some incredibly effective therapies that address the mind/body connection. Some examples include acupuncture, Bowen technique, Craniosacral therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, hypnotherapy, Holographic Memory Resolution, and Neurofeedback.

Support adrenals. The adrenal glands are two thumb sized glands that sit on top of your kidneys and they produce certain hormones in response to stress. During extra difficult times, they can take a beating. Adaptogenic herbs help your body handle this easier. Examples include rhodiola, ashwaghanda, and eleutherococcus (Siberian gingseng).

Feel your emotions. Rather than trying to make your emotions like anxiety, sadness, or anger go away – identify what you’re feeling, and experience it. Feel what you feel.

Walk your blues away. Just 20 minutes per day of walking provides brain support that is similar to getting REM sleep. The motion of cross-crawling (right arm moving with left leg, and vice versa) helps to file memories of the day into their appropriate area of the brain. Consider it brain exercise.

As my mom always says, “When we make plans, God laughs.” Life can be as unpredictable as the weather, and with that comes joy and pain. But if it weren’t for the storms, we may not appreciate the sunny days as much. If you’re going through a tough time, stay strong. The sunshine is just around the corner.

In the words of grandma’s around the world, “This too shall pass.” It always does!


Live well,

Dr. Lauren “Lo” Noel


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How to Keep from Losing Your Marbles

I’ve fallen in love with the elderly.

I had the opportunity in the last couple of weeks to work with a fantastic medical doctor in senior living and hospice centers in the San Diego area. In a collaborative effort, we’ve made rounds to various centers, offering both the medical and naturopathic perspective to patient care. It’s been challenging, heart wrenching at times, and very eye opening. But I tell you, it’s made me the happiest I’ve been in months. It’s been therapy for me.

I love being around my elders. As much as our culture tends to look down on the process of aging, I have a tender spot in my heart for those who are older and wiser. I love hearing their stories. I love learning from their wisdom. They remember our world before technology existed. When things were simpler. When doctors would make house visits. When people would write letters rather than send text messages. When kids would play outside for hours and hours rather than zone out on XBOX 360. Sigh… The good ol’ days.

What has been very apparent to me in my experience, the elderly in the United States tend to age very differently than the elderly in many non-industrialized countries. In many cultures, aging is seen as an accumulation of wisdom, a mark of survival, and a status worthy of respect.

Putting the negative stigma aside, the process of aging in the United States is often laden with chronic disease and pain.

One of the most marked losses in this altered process of aging is cognitive function. As Americans are losing their youth, they are also losing their minds.

What is cognition? Cognition is the scientific term for mental processes. These processes include attention, remembering, producing and understanding language, solving problems, and making decisions.

Basically, memory and cognition is keeping and using your marbles.

Cognitive decline is NOT a normal process of aging, yet is very common in Westernized culture. Here are some tips to avoid this in your future.


How to keep your marbles as you age:

1. Eat fat – Your brain is made predominately of fat. If you’re eating a low fat diet, you’re likely deficient in the building blocks to keep your brain healthy. Examples of healthy fats – wild salmon, avocadoes, coconuts, raw nuts and seeds, and grass fed/pasture raised meats, olive oil

2. Toxins – Research shows a link between toxicity and cognitive decline. To address this, first reduce your exposure to toxins (cleaning products, make ups, soaps, avoid mercury fillings, plastics, and tap water). Secondly, detoxify the toxins that have accumulated in your body. If you’ve had exposure to heavy metals (mercury or lead for example), chelation therapy may be appropriate. Keep in mind that toxins are stored in fat. Since your brain is composed of fat – it also leaves your brain susceptible with greater toxin exposure.

3. Inflammation is a common denominator with diseases of Western civilization, including dementia and cognitive decline. Keep inflammation down by eating real food, managing stress, getting adequate sleep, reducing exposure to toxins, getting sufficient vitamin D, and keeping antioxidant intake high.

4. Keep/get your gut healthy – As I’ve mentioned on previous posts, leaky gut is a common problem that afflicts many people. From clinical evidence, the more leaky one’s gut is, the greater likelihood of a “leaky brain”. This leaves the brain more susceptible to toxin exposure and damage.

5. Eat real food – this means eat foods that promote your health and avoid foods that take away from it. This is a general recommendation. If it doesn’t grow on a plant, walk, fly, or swim – don’t eat it. There is no bread bush or pasta tree. There is no “fruit roll up” plant. Health is not made in a lab.

6. Avoid food sensitivities – This is a specific recommendation. We all have unique biochemical individuality. What is medicine for me may be your poison. Find a practitioner who can guide you to identify what diet works best for you as an individual. Get tested for gluten sensitivity – as this is highly associated with cognitive decline. Avoiding your sensitivities helps to keep your inflammation levels low.

7. Sleep – The ultimate medicine for your brain. Research shows that medical residents who are sleep deprived show decreased memory and cognitive function, learning and creativity. Get those zzz’s!

8. Balance blood sugar – When blood sugar goes uncontrolled, the formation of AGE’s occur (advanced glycation end products). These act as poisons to the blood vessels in the body. Research shows that patients with poor blood sugar balance and diabetes tend to have higher rates of dementia. If you follow the above steps, your blood sugar will likely remain balanced and avoid this from happening.

9. Use your brain. In research, reading, writing, and arithmetic are all associated with keeping the brain sharp. On the clinical rounds last week, I met a 96 year old author who just had a book published! He was sharp as a tack. If you don’t use it, you may lose it!

The moral of the story is – to keep your brain healthy – eat, move, think, sleep, and live like you’re designed to. Dementia is not inevitable as you age.

The closer you adhere to the natural elements, the more protected you are.

Dr. Lauren Noel



Quiz: Are You Toxic?


Reality check.

Every single person reading this blog is carrying excess toxins in their bodies.

A health oriented lifestyle, full of fresh fruits and vegetables, lots of sleep, and low stress still won’t guarantee a clean bill.

Even babies who are just born into the world are affected. A 2004 study that looked at the umbilical blood of 10 babies revealed the presence of 413 toxins! Obviously these babies haven’t smoked a cigarette, tried drugs, or eaten any fast food.

What toxins are you holding onto in YOUR body?

We are all at risk. Yes, even you.

Never before in human history have we been more exposed to so many chemicals – the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the release of chemicals in our homes and work places. Our bodies are designed to detoxify naturally, but with the burden we’re exposed to, often times our bodies can’t keep up.

Even if you eat 100% organic all the time and drink filtered water, you’re still at risk.

How does detoxification work?
We naturally clear out toxins via our liver, kidneys, lungs, and skin – but these organs can becomes compromised under an intense workload and with a shortage of necessary nutrients. When toxins aren’t cleared out, they are recirculated in the body and become held in the tissues. Toxins build up and can ultimately cause the cells of the body to die – this can make us very sick.

What are symptoms/conditions of toxin overload?

• Gas, bloating

• Headache, brain fog

• Joint and muscle aches

• Acne or skin rashes

• Bad breath, or bitter, metallic taste

• Fatigue

• Dark circles under eyes

• Weight gain

• Sleep disturbances

Conditions associated with toxicity:

• Leaky gut

• Arthritis

• Hypothyroidism

• Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

• Fibromyalgia

Are you toxic? Take the Quiz!!

More than 5 “yes” answers means you have an increased risk of a toxic burden.
(If you answer yes to 9,11, and 13 – they don’t count towards the total score)

1. Do you eat fast-food meals at least 3 times per week?

2. Are you overweight?

3. Do you tend to overeat?

4. Do you consume “sugar free” food sweetened with aspartame or Equal?

5. Do you regularly or knowingly consume foods that contain MSG (may be in soy protein isolate, soysauce, hydrolyzed vegetable protein)?

6. Do you eat foods, especially packaged foods, that contain artificial colors?

7. Do you eat “refined carbs” any time during the day?

8. Do you eat non-organic produce?

9. Do you eat at least 7-9 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables per day (1/2c servings)?

10. Do you drink sodas every day or several times a week?

11. Do you drink organic coffee if you are a coffee drinker?

12. Do you drink more than 2 cups of coffee per day?

13. Do you drink at least 8 glasses or 2 quarts of water per day?

14. Do you cook or reheat foods in plastic containers?

15. Do you microwave your foods?

16. Are you presently using prescription drugs?

17. Have you ever experienced an allergic reaction to or have had side effects from any medications?

18. Do you have negative reactions to caffeine or caffeine-containing products?

19. Do you currently smoke or use tobacco products?

20. Have you smoked within the past 10 years?

21. Have you ever used recreational drugs?

22. Do you experience brain fog or drowsiness?

23. Do you develop symptoms on exposure to fragrances, exhaust fumes, or strong odors?

24. Do you feel ill after consuming even small amounts of alcohol?

25. Have you ever been exposed to harmful chemicals (petrochemicals, organic solvents, etc.)?
This could be one great exposure or several small exposures.

26. Have you ever been exposed to mold in your house or work environment?

27. Have you ever had chemical dependence?

28. Have you ever had asthma?

29. Have you ever had chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia?

30. Do you have allergies to environmental substances or food?

31. Do you work in an environment in which you are directly or indirectly exposed to toxins (heavy metals, industrial chemicals, etc)?

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Proof is in the Pudding

It’s Medical Monday! I had quite the medical day, indeed.

Today, I spent the day at an assisted living facility, working with a colleague of mine. He is a medical doctor who practices conventional medicine, and was interested in learning a naturopathic perspective to patient care. (How cool is that??!!) It was also an amazing learning experience for myself, as I was reminded of how things are in the medical realm.

The age of the patients at the facility ranged from the 70’s to nearly 100 years old. Most of them had chronic diseases – like congestive heart failure, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, obesity – it was one big soup of diseases of civilization, really.

My heart went out to the patients, and I found myself fighting back tears at times to witness such suffering. Many of them appeared very lonely. Most of them were on 10+ medications. It was refreshing to witness my colleague at work – he is quite the minimalist and he always takes patients off of unnecessary medications whenever he is given the chance – quite the role model for conventionally trained doctors these days.

It reminded me how desperately naturopathic medicine is needed in this country, and it re-affirmed why I do what I do. So many of the treatments that these patients were on could be switched out with natural options quite easily and they might avoid unnecessary side effects. After all, many medications originate from natural sources, before they are altered, patented, and sold, like aspirin from white willow bark, digoxin from foxglove, and morphine from the opium poppy.

I made many observations today, but the biggest one that jumped out to me was the way the patients ate – these incredibly depleted, and debilitated patients.

One woman had a diagnosis of congestive heart failure and Cushing’s syndrome. She hadn’t had a bowel movement in nearly a week. When we walked into the room to check up on her, she was eating a bowl of rainbow sherbet. That’s what was served to her by the medical staff. Another patient had a diagnosis of GERD, IBS, interstitial cystitis – all of which are highly associated with gluten sensitivity, and her favorite meal was pasta, which she consumed regularly. She had never once been tested for any sort of gluten reaction. Sort of a no-brainer, yes? Seeing that 60-70% of people are sensitive to gluten, and her symptoms were quite glaring. A therapeutic diet was a non-issue.

Now, I know I’m jumping the gun and putting a lot of emphasis on diet. After all, these are VERY sick patients. I mean, isn’t it too late to talk about a healthy diet once a person is debilitated with a chronic illness or even terminally ill? Aren’t dietary changes too weak to make much of an impact in someone so severe?

In my view, it’s too important to NOT change the diet – especially in someone who is advanced into his or her illness. You literally ARE what you eat. To take it a step further, you are what you absorb. A pristine diet is pretty pointless if a person has digestive problems and doesn’t absorb their nutrients (ie – acid blockers for example). To take it even further than that, you are what you don’t poop out. The woman, who wasn’t pooping for five days, was circulating five days worth of poop back into her system (Yes, you do reabsorb a portion of what is not excreted). No wonder she felt like crap. She literally was made of it.

Why isn’t it obvious to put these patients on a healthy diet?

After all, they are in a healthcare facility! (It should probably be re-named disease management facility). The answer to this is multi-factorial, and would require another blog, but it truly comes down to a lack of education, and the education that IS provided (ie – food guide pyramid) is inaccurate and highly influenced by people who care more about making money than keeping you and yours healthy.

My experience today at the assisted living facility was a TOTAL 180 from what my weekend was like.

Over the weekend, I attended the first ever, Ancestral Health Symposium in Los Angeles. It was a collection of doctors, fitness trainers, nutritionist, bloggers, chefs and the like who live by a Paleolithic diet and lifestyle. (Paleo = cave men). The diet consists of fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, wild meats, and seafood. Basically the opposite of what I observed today. REAL FOOD. Not a can of Ensure.

I have to be totally honest, before attending the AHS, I had never seen so many fit and healthy-looking people under one roof. It was clear as crystal that whatever these people were doing was WORKING. I remember glancing across the hall at the other attendees just in awe. Skin was glowing. Guys and gals were trim, yet muscular. They just looked GOOD. I hate to say it, but they didn’t look American.

The proof is in the organic, coconut pudding.

Ooh! Maybe THAT should be served in hospitals.


Have a happy, healthy week!

Dr. Lauren Noel


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In the beginning…

Jump in my DeLorean – Let’s travel back to my high school days. No, I wasn’t a cavewoman. Keep reading. The picture will make sense later.

We’re in Niwot, Colorado circa 1997. I just turned 16 years old, and I just bought my first car, a used Chrysler LeBaron convertible with my hard earned money. Oh yeah, big pimpin’!

I saw the world as one big adventure.

I loved being a teenager. Life was exciting (and like totally serious!). There was nothing more to life than clothes, rap music, boys, and volleyball. Nutrition was not a priority.

I ate like a typically teenager: carbs, carbs, and more carbs.

Breakfast of champions: two bowls of cereal, sometimes three. Skim or 1% milk. Orange juice. Lunch of course was a trip to one of the local fast food joints with girlfriends. We’d take our pick between Taco Bell, Burger King, or Abo’s Pizza. Dinner was usually the most balanced meal, with protein and veggies of some sort, compliments of mom.

I pulled off the image of an exuberant, full-of-life young woman…and my spirit sure was. But in actuality, my body was breaking down.

I was sick. I had acne, fatigue, back pain, depression, anxiety, an irregular menstrual cycle, plus I carried around an extra 25 pounds. I was cold all the time, even in the scorching summer. I got recurrent strep throat and was on antibiotics more times than I could count. I looked and felt awful.

Looking back, with my doctor hat on now, it’s so crystal clear. Besides having an undiagnosed thyroid condition, the health of my gastrointestinal tract was in shambles. No Kaiser doctor mentioned that. In fact, they told me that my diet wasn’t connected with my health at all.

Thank God that I discovered Naturopathic Medicine!

A naturopathic doctor in Denver was recommended to me and she guided me back to health within just a few months.

It turned out I had food sensitivities that had damaged my gut to the point of having “leaky gut”. Because of the damage to my intestinal tract, I had severe inflammation in my body that was affecting my immune, endocrine, and neurological system.

Upon cleaning up my diet, repairing my gut, and supporting my thyroid, my health was regained – and then some!

To modern medicine this success is unheard of, to naturopathic medicine – it happens every day.

Fast forward 10 years. I am now a naturopathic doctor who specializes in the very conditions that I was once afflicted with – thyroid conditions, and digestive disorders. Isn’t it funny how life works?

I want to help others find the health that I have found, and I have the personal experience to back it up, so I understand where my patients are coming from. They can sense that.

It has taken some trial and error, and I have fine-tuned my diet and lifestyle over the years. What I have found to be the best diet for me, and for my patients is the Paleo Diet. This diet emulates the ways of eating of our Paleolithic ancestors (cave men).

The diet consists of grass fed and free range meats, pasture raised eggs, organic fruits and veggies, and raw nuts and seeds. By following this way of eating, naturally you eat a very low allergen diet. Your blood sugar stays balanced throughout the day. You take in the building blocks for healthy hormone and neurotransmitter balance. Plus, you avoid ingesting chemicals that make digestion difficult – such as lectins, phytates, and protease inhibitors that are found in grains and beans.

Yes, we all have unique biochemical individuality, and I am not claiming that the Paleo diet is a panacea. But it makes sense to follow the ways of our remarkably healthy Paleolithic ancestors.

What do patients experience when they go Paleo? The results are astounding and they vary widely. Rashes disappear. Acne clears up. Weight falls off. Belly bloat is gone. Muscle pain and joint pain subsides. Energy levels increase. For some patients, their depression lifts off for the first time in their life. Wait – it kinda sounds like my success story.

I don’t need any more proof than repeated success with patients. When they follow a Paleo diet, they get better – all across the board. Who needs more proof than that?

But Dr. Noel, isn’t this the opposite of the way the government tells us to eat? Why yes! Yes, it is!

In my professional opinion, the Food Guide Pyramid provides the road map for diabetes, cancer, strokes, autoimmune disease, and heart disease. The same diseases that put billions of dollars in the pockets of the pharmaceutical industry. Turn that pyramid upside down and you’ve got a good start to a healthy diet.

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Wishing you exuberant health,
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