Wild Lily Holistic Health

Disease is solely and purely corrective; it is neither vindictive nor cruel, but it is the means adopted by our own souls to point out to us our faults, to prevent our making greater errors, to hinder us from doing more harm, and to bring us back to the path of Truth and Light from which we should never have strayed.

Dr. Edward Bach (1886-1936), founder of the Bach Flower Essences

Western medicine considers the patient as a passive entity to be made compliant.
James Greenblatt, MD, Integrative Medicine for Binge Eating, with Virginia Ross-Taylor, PhD (2019)


The victim is undeserving of succor.
Peggy Claude-Pierre, The Secret Language of Eating Disorders (1997).


Conversely, faith, hope, love and thanksgiving are remedies, counterweights, to the victim complex in which we sometimes are at risk of becoming entangled.

Jaques Philippe, The Way of Trust and Love: A Retreat Guided by St. Therese of Lisieux.

And blest be Beauty, that enchants
The frail, the solitary lance.

Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950)

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Our Clinic

Our clinic is open five days a week with office times in both morning, afternoon, and evening to suit your busy schedule. Please see below for our specialties.

We offer holistic health from the perspective of functional medicine. Experience quality expertise geared to you and your program, including holistic counsel, fitness recommendations, and skilled and food and supplement plans that complement the use of medication when necessary. No matter what your abilities, education, shape and size, we treat the various interrelated social, mental, physical, and spiritual causes of imbalance to restore health and joy. 

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Digestive Illness

Digestive Illness when diagnosed by a gastroenterologist often falls into the catch-all category of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). This points to potential food sensitivities that are irritating the gut (see our food allergy page). This may even point to gluten sensitivity that has not yet progressed to Inflammatory Bowel Disease, even in you do not test positive for Celiac Disease. But it can. Ongoing food sensitivities that persist for years can worsen if you don't adhere to your food elimination plan with a qualified nutritionist. Emily Isaacson has studied Nutrition and has a Nutrition degree in dietetics from one of the top naturopathic universities in America. She is a qualified RNCP and ROHP as well as a Certified Health Coach, and Licensed Nutritionist.

She is especially aware of the challenges to eat, work and interact socially that digestive illness causes. She will help you learn the tricks of the trade, get you back to your normal weight, and able to work again and enjoy life. Life doesn't stop for Digestive Illness, unfortunately, leaving many sufferers in the dust and in despair. Following gluten-free diets and other elimination diets is rigid and tough, leaving few tasty options when at a party or at friends.

The digestive system needs to be conditioned to run at full throttle. What are the things you are doing that hurt your digestive system? Well the gut is really an extension of the immune system. Our diet can really hinder us if we eat what everyone else is, as well as household chemicals, and daily substances we come in contact with. Practitioner Emily Isaacson's research on Digestive Illness using baking soda is new and exciting in the field. She learned at Bastyr University some firm techniques for bringing digestive illness under control, and helping sufferers get enough nutrients using supplementation. She will bring you up to date. Her research includes both medical studies, articles written by other scientists in this exciting field, and supplements formulated by the top companies in the world for naturopathic doctors.  

Visit Practitioner Emily Isaacson today to get your tailored food plan, built just for you and your schedule and preferences. Have her supplements available to you that may not be sold in health food stores. Practitioner Emily Isaacson has studied with some of the most advanced naturopathic and medical doctors of her time, is trained in using and recommending almost every therapeutic diet, and knows the ins and outs of fad dieting (from books or magazines).

Practitioner Emily Isaacson can determine if you need to be referred for other forms of treatment, such as naturopathic allergy and sensitivity testing. She is an authoritative bottom line as to whether you should try to eat the necessary foods on your own, follow a food plan, or opt for a supplement each day. She has studied the theory behind other models and supplemental practices and whether they will work for you. She also knows when and how to refer you to get formal testing or diagnostics.

Make an appointment to discuss your Digestive Illness today!