Being a patient at Montana Naturopathic Clinic will bring you new direction in life. Not only will physical health improve, your mental-emotional approach to your health will change. Blockages to good health will open, and you will achieve your idea of perfect health.

Naturopathic Medicine

"A distinct primary health care profession, emphasizing prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that encourage individuals’ inherent self-healing process."

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Our Clinic

Our clinic is conveniently located off Kagy Avenue in Bozeman. We see patients by appointment, and we are able to accommodate walk-ins. We also offer in-home visits when necessary.

Our Team

Our team tailors your experience to help you find balance in the four areas of your life.

Our Services

Our services are varied and many, ranging from massage to energy rebalancing to the use of homeopathic remedies/ nutrition care and preventative treatments.

New Patients

The office is open to new patients. We treat all ages, from birth to 100+. We are happy to become your family doctor. We treat acute and chronic conditions, as well as short and long-term imbalances.

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We would love to hear from you!

2050 Fairway Dr., #103
Bozeman, MT 59715

p 406-556-1209
f 406-522-3716
e doctorpalomand@yahoo.com 

the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians - AANP

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Paloma DeFuentes, ND
Montana Naturopathic Clinic

Just to inspire you with a photo of a rainbow eucalyptus from Hawaii. Have a nice summer!

Waldorf Salad

Ingredients: Quantity:

Iceberg lettuce 1 head
Salt 1 pinch
Red apples 2
Grapes 1 cup
Walnuts 1 cup
Celery, cooked 1 cup

Celery leaves 1 cup
Silken tofu 2 cups
Lemon juice 2 Tbsp.
Olive oil 3 Tbsp.
White miso 4 Tbsp.

1. Cut the lettuce.
2. Toast walnuts in a cast iron pan, use no oil, or in a toaster oven at 125 for about 20 minutes, or until they start to smell roasted.
3. Cut apples in small pieces.
4. Mix together lettuce, apples, celery, grapes, and chopped walnuts.
5. Blend all ingredients for sauce. It should have a creamy consistency.
6. Mix lettuce and sauce just before serving.
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Adrenal Glands

Are you feeling tired in the morning when you wake up? Do you get a sudden drop in energy in the afternoon? Your adrenal glands are probably getting fatigued.

Kidney and Adrenal glands work as a unit organ. We also have what is called “thyroid adrenal axis” (thyroid function will affect adrenal function). The adrenals make hormones and are a key in keeping your hormones balanced. (Sexual, blood sugar and many others) If your adrenals are fatigued, your body, in general, will feel fatigued. As we age, adrenals need more support.

Here are some tools for you to start healing your adrenals:
1. Regularity in healthy habits
2. Salty taste
3. Enough sleep
4. Warm foods

Come to my office. I can help.
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Ingredients: 1 head of Napa cabbage
2 carrots
2 bunches bok choy
1/3 cup grated ginger (fresh)
Umeboshi vinegar
Sesame oil (Toasted)
Cut the Napa cabbage into small pieces. Same with bok choy. Grate 2 carrots or cut them into Julienne strips 1” length and ¾” wide.
Mix well in glass bowl and add umeboshi vinegar to taste. Add fresh ginger juice.
Place a weight on top and leave for a few hours. (For pressing time, it depends on the type of vegetables. For these vegetables, press for 3-4 hours.) Leave at room temperature.
DO NOT put in refrigerator as it will stop the pickling process.
*The weight and the Umeboshi salt are the tools to make pressed salad.
Dressing options: 1) Umeboshi vinegar and oil. 2) Orange peel and orange juice with 2 T. of tamari (non-wheat soy sauce) and a little bit of oil.

More information:
By placing a weight on the vegetables, you will squeeze out the excess fluid in the vegetable therefore making them more digestible. The salt in the Umeboshi vinegar will help the process.
If you do not have a press, you can use a plate and a rock or other heavy object for pressing. Please be sure all items are clean, so that they do not contaminate your salad.
You can find a tool for pressing your salad online. Here is an example:
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