KARA FITZGERALD, ND completed a post-doctorate in nutritional biochemistry/laboratory science with Richard Lord, Ph.D. Author: Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine, contributing author: Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine; IFM’s Textbook for Functional Medicine. She lectures globally on functional medicine; is on faculty at IFM and practices in Connecticut.

Episode 17: Cancer Prevention and Management: A Conversation with Dr. Lise Alschuler

Episode 17: Cancer Prevention and Management: A Conversation with Dr. Lise Alschuler

Dr. Alschuler is a world-renowned expert in integrative oncology. Lise is well-versed in the current literature and has done a remarkable job in translating findings into actionable steps (listen for her approach to the five key bodily pathways in oncogenesis and how to address them). A teacher to her core, Lise a mentor to many of us, myself included. This is a jam-packed discussion on cancer prevention and management, from the soul-searching demands of a cancer diagnosis to highly practical treatment approaches.

The Power of Mental Health in Functional Medicine

Emotional Healing with Inner Bonding (and Free eCourse)

Fundamental to Functional Medicine is careful consideration of the mental, emotional and spiritual status of ourselves and our patients. Inner Bonding is a rather remarkable process that effectively and relatively quickly clears away emotional debris keeping us from healing. What is Inner Bonding®? INNER BONDING a 6-step spiritually based therapeutic modality that heals shame, and…

Episode 16: Cancer as a Mitochondrial Metabolic Disease & The Calorie-Restricted Ketogenic Diet

Episode 16: Cancer as a Mitochondrial Metabolic Disease & The Calorie-Restricted Ketogenic Diet with Dr. Thomas Seyfried

Dr. Seyfried has dedicated his career to changing the way we think about- and therefore treat- cancer. Going back to Otto Warburg and others, couple with newer research Tom and his colleagues are actively conducting, it’s clear that the origin of cancer is in a fundamental disruption of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation.