Mahalia Freed, ND
People who receive naturopathic care with Dr. Mahalia Freed feel better. Her clients get pregnant, get energized, find their healthy body weight, overcome anxiety and depression, and leave digestive health concerns behind. From allergies to PMS, IBS to fatigue, Dr Mahalia Freed listens -- and you get results.

The New Holistic
Using the depth and breadth of her training in naturopathic medicine, Mahalia can help you take your health to the next level, physically and emotionally. If you are looking for healing that includes personal growth as well as care for body, mind and spirit, this is it!

Her doctor’s toolbox includes herbal medicine, nutrition & supplementation, homeopathic medicine, counseling, as well as Traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture - all complimented by energy modalities such as BodyTalk and Reiki.

In addition to her private practice in downtown Toronto, Mahalia is also a guest lecturer at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Eight Branches Chinese Medicine Academy, and the Institute for Traditional Medicine. A renowned speaker and workshop facilitator, Mahalia enjoys providing public education in areas including natural medicine for hormone balancing (polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS, PMS, fertility); pregnancy; work / life balance; stress & digestion; you and the new holistic; and complementary care for cancer prevention and treatment.

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Blog Entries by Mahalia Freed, ND

How to Fit Meditation Into Your Life

0 Comments | Posted October 26, 2011 | 9:13 AM

I am delighted to tell you that I proved myself wrong this year.

In the past 12 months I have gone from a firm, 'meditation is for other people' identity, to being a person who strategizes to find that time in my day.

Huge shift!

Despite 'knowing better'...

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Healthy Eating in High-End Restaurants: "Haute Cuisine" Needs an Overhaul

0 Comments | Posted September 21, 2011 | 9:00 PM

In my role as a naturopathic doctor, I routinely encourage people to eat more leafy green vegetables. I won't go into the myriad of reasons why in this column. You've probably heard it before. Basically, regardless of your health concern, it will help. PMS, weight loss, cancer prevention, diabetes, heart...

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