As the saying goes, the only constant is change.
Right now we are experiencing enormous change in the world.
And no-where in the world is this change bigger than in healthcare.
Actually, this change has been going on for decades behind the scenes, but not everyone has been aware of it.
However, with more and more restrictions coming into healthcare, including patients even being refused access to dentists and doctors in some countries*, now more than ever it is essential we learn how to take care of our own health and wellbeing.
The good news, we have a lot more power to take control of our health than we have been taught.
I've been fortunate to learn this due to my own journey to find answers to chronic illness which doctors said they couldn't help me with.
This led me to search out alternative therapies and solutions, finally leading me to solutions.
Lifestyle Medicine is one of those solutions, and is a big part of my clinical practice with clients.
If you watched the...
When the former CEO of The Permanente Medical Group (managing 10,000 physicians, 38,000 staff with 5 million Kaiser Permanente members over 20 years), professor at Stanford University School of Medicine and the Stanford Graduate School of Business eloquently and passionately talks, everyone better listen.
Dr. Robert Pearl just kicked-off the Lifestyle Medicine Summit Oct. 27-31, 2021, a global non-profit live streaming event & movement to make Lifestyle Medicine accessible to everyone.
He addressed the challenges in healthcare but more importantly, he's extremely passionate about transforming the American healthcare system and helping people understand the consequences of their medical decisions.
He illuminated the complex and intimidating world of medicine, the unwillingness to make prevention a cornerstone of care.
Dr. Pearl also offered a clear plan to save American (and global) healthcare....
Dr. Bruce Lipton - a former research scientist, medical school professor, and an internationally recognized leader in Epigenetics, bridging science and spirit - shocked the world 17 years ago with his book ‘The Power of Belief’.
In the fascinating upcoming LIVE STREAM conversation, you'll learn about the practical implications of:
Brand-new findings will be revealed.
The implications of his research radically changed our understanding of life, showing that genes and DNA do not control our biology; that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts.
There are no coincidences, right?
It's interesting that just when the non-profit 2021 Lifestyle Medicine Summit - a free global live streaming event - is being launched, I've also noticed an increase in news coverage about the potential benefits of Lifestyle Medicine, not just for our individual health, but for healthcare in general.
Many of us feel frustrated and want evidence-based chronic disease solutions.
Lifestyle Medicine is a scientific approach to preventing and treating chronic illness by utilizing comprehensive lifestyle interventions such as nutrition, physical activity, stress reduction and social support.
In the upcoming Lifestyle Medicine Summit 50 of the world's top experts in treating root-cause(s) like Dean Ornish MD, Bruce Lipton Ph.D., David Katz MD, Prof. Ainhoa De Federico, Neal Barnard MD, Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, Johannes R. Fissinger, Dr. T. Colin Campbell Ph.D., Dr. Jessica Drummond, Bernie Siegel MD, Dawson Church Ph.D. (and myself!) will share how it...
Making small adjustments to your lifestyle can go a long way towards managing chronic disease. Studies show that healthy lifestyle habits can slow and even reverse the damage from certain chronic conditions including diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart disease, and high cholesterol. With the help of online guides and educational resources like the Lifestyle Medicine Summit, anyone can learn how to take control of their health through simple, daily actions. Let’s explore some practical health habits to get you started!
Chronic stress has an incredibly damaging effect on our whole-body health. While short bouts of acute stress are normal and natural, feeling stressed for days on end can contribute to high blood pressure, insomnia, inflammation, muscle tension, and other symptoms of chronic disease. Work is one of the most common sources of chronic stress. If your job is starting to wear on your mind and body, it might be time for a ...
All over the world, patients are getting sicker and going bankrupt from medical bills.
Doctors are burning out and making dangerous mistakes.
According to a recent article, "In Quebec, the healthcare system is already on the brink of collapse because of a mass exodus of staff quitting the system... Some hospitals have already lost over 50% of their staff" (1).
Both parties blame our nation’s outdated and dysfunctional healthcare system. But that’s only part of the problem.
When former CEO of The Permanente Medical Group Robert Pearl (who led...