Meet Carol Bolin NAP, ND,
PROMOTING WELLNESS THROUGH EDUCATION AND NATURAL SOLUTIONS
Carol Bolin is a Native American Practitioner and Traditional Naturopath with a Doctor of Naturopathy Degree and Bachelor of Science in Natural Health. She is a member of the Sacred Circle Native American Church, NANP (National Association of Nutrition Professionals), the Weston A. Price Foundation, a local Christian church, and PEO, an organization that promotes the education of women.
After discovering the effectiveness of natural therapies in resolving her own health problems, Carol developed a passion to help others. She pursued her Doctor of Naturopathy Degree, became a Native American Practitioner and now helps her clients to enjoy healthier lives.
Over 25 years of research, study, continuing education, and experience enables Carol to consult her clients about preventing disease, restoring health, vitality, longevity, and overall wellness. Using a holistic approach, she focuses on supplementation, nutrition, stress management, detoxification, and functional medicine in her practice.
Carol's services are not intended to replace care provided by a licensed medical physician.
Naturopathic Wellness is a practice that delivers personalized, holistic, integrative attention
to each unique individual. This approach helps to achieve goals and improve health.
I have had G.I. issues formost of my life and had been put on a restricted diet for about a year and a half before I started working with Carol. Before our first meeting, I did not have a plan for my healing process other than not eating the foods that affected me. Within a couple months, Carol was able to resolve my lifelong G.I. issues. She put me on a three-part probiotic regiment that lasted a little over a month and I saw amazing results. I have also been able to add foods back into my diet and learned a great deal about what my body needs and how to sustain my health results moving forward. This has been a great victory for me in my life. After so many
years, I no longer have G.I. issues.