Howdy, my name is Krystal! I am a second year naturopathic medical and nutrition student at the University of Bridgeport, College of Naturopathic Medicine (UBCNM). There are not too many blogs for naturopathic medical students, so I decided to make one. When I was applying to naturopathic medical school, I didn’t know what to expect. I was pretty much in the dark because not too many people knew that naturopathic medicine existed. I will share with you my experiences in school and what to expect during interviews, boards, classes, etc. I hope this will become a benefit to you!! 🙂
I will also be handing out prizes/giveaways in the future, my reviews on natural products, sharing healthy recipes and videos, topics in alternative medicine, green-living, and much more! So, have a seat and relax! 🙂
Anyways, I have always had a passion for science and wanted to pursue a career in medicine. While living a holistic lifestyle and noticing the positive influence it had on my overall health, I knew deep down there were better ways to treating patients. I wanted to make sure my work was a reflection of my passion and purpose, and that is, to offer services that truly help patients in a deeper way. A career in naturopathic medicine, was exactly what I wanted and perfectly aligned with my lifestyle and belief on what medicine should be. I have a deep love for learning about different cultures and I am currently learning Japanese language. I also enjoy traveling, nature, animals, gardening, knitting, reading, tea and spice making, herbalism, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, spending time with my family, and cooking.
I hope you enjoy my blog as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it!
Krystal 🙂 🙂 🙂
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