5 differences between medical doctors, naturopaths and homeopaths


We did a little digging and came up with 5 differences between doctors, naturopaths and homeopaths to help you decide which type of care is right for you:

1. MD’s (Medical Doctor or Doctor of Medicine) went to medical school. The others presumably tried to get into medical school and failed, thus becoming either a Naturopath (ND) or Homeopath.

2. Medical Doctors rely on science published in peer-reviewed medical literature. Naturopaths rely on convincing patients they have “toxins” in their body and need to buy their supplements to be cured. Homeopaths rely on water.

3. Medical doctors require years of residency, fellowship and post-fellowship in order to specialize in a certain area of medicine. Naturopaths can become certified as Oncology (Cancer) Specialists if they pass a 200 question multiple choice exam.

4. Homeopaths rely on water.

5. Although both 4 years, Medical School and Naturopathic School are very different. Although Naturopaths love to claim their training is equivalent, the quality and scope of medical schools are vastly superior. It is akin to saying high school and university educations are the same since they are both 4 years in length.

Did we miss any? As you can tell from this list, it is not an easy decision to make when it comes to the health of your family; there are just so many good options out there. What type of health care provider do you use? Post your thoughts in the comment section. Oops, we almost forgot the bonus one:

6. Homeopaths rely on water.


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