April 12, 2017

Applying Food As Medicine (Video)

Nutritional pharmacology can have profound effects

From a low glycemic diet to an anti-inflammatory diet, there has been a resurgence of understanding about how nutrition can be used to fight disease. Mark Hyman, MD, Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, talks about the dose and application of food as medicine. He has seen the profound effects diet can have on patients suffering with many health conditions.


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