RESOURCES FOR HEALTH-WEALTH
Less than 1/4 of medical schools in the United States offer a single course in nutrition and of that less than 25%, the courses that are being administered do not address the correlation between diet and nutrition or nutrition and what role food plays toward the promotion or reduction of risk factors for chronic disease. While thousands of hours of study are rightly invested toward the practice of medicine, little to no focus is placed on the disease causation or how to properly advise patients, from an evidence-based perspective, when they come in asking questions about what to eat.
OUR LIST OF RESOURCES
Each of the clinical professionals included here are renowned in their respective areas of expertise focus on sharing evidence-based plans of care and solutions for needless diseases that are ravaging our communities.