Naturopathy is a holistic form of health care which promotes the body’s own self-healing ability. It involves the use of natural therapies such as Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Physical Manipulations, Colonic Irrigation, Fasting, Exercise and many others. Naturopathy helps to pin-point a predisposition in the body, before the onset of acute disease. There are 5 main principles in naturopathy. These are 1) The Healing Power of Nature – the body has the innate ability to heal; 2) Treat the Cause, Not a Symptom – treat underlying causes rather than suppress symptoms; 3) Treat the Whole Person – treatment should be personalized based on individual physical, mental, genetic, environmental, social, and other factors; 4) Do No Harm - the naturopath always chooses the most natural, least invasive and least toxic treatment, to avoid creating other health conditions; 4) Prevention is Better than Cure – prevent the onset of future diseases; 5) Education – the naturopath should empower the patient to take responsibility for his/her own health by teaching a better understanding of health. Commonly used naturopathic diagnostic tools are TCM, Traditional Chinese medicine (pulse, face, tongue), reflex zones of the body (feet, hands, ear, back), iridology, kinesiology testing and bio resonance. Naturopathy may be effective in treating cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal pain, type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome, depression, anxiety, and other chronic conditions.