Not all nutritionists practice in the same way. Yes, we all absolutely care about nutrients. And most of us care about food as medicine (!). But if you’re a nutritionist trained in Functional Medicine, your approach goes much, much further.
A normally developing child developed regressive autism at 18 months. The child lost the ability to speak, make eye contact, and to interact socially.
[Additionally, (and off topic) but an important point none-the-less, I am very concerned about the chronic use of antihistamines in my allergic patients…
Joelle, a bubbly 25-year-old woman, arrived at the office exasperated, she had seen numerous clinicians, but was still struggling. She suspected PCOS, based on her signs and symptoms, including irregular & painful periods (for which she
Often vilified, the so-called “anti-nutrients” like oxalates, phytates and tannins can be strategically employed in the diet to inhibit iron and toxic metal absorption and successfully lower ferritin in iron overload as a part of an overall plan for hereditary hemochromatosis (HH).
Practicing Functional Medicine (the clinical application of Systems Medicine) entails casting a wide net with regard to an individual’s history and physical exam to look for the underlying causes of their present complaints
Dr. Fitzgerald recently asked me to write a case study with essential oils. Many practitioners are aware of essential oils’ potent antimicrobial power.
Functional Medicine Works for the Long Haul: An Update on TL, a 2.5-Year-Old Boy with Autism
A friend of mine from school recently emailed me asking for guidance on testing for EoE. Here are some of the basics I start with:
Recovering from Morbid Obesity, Depression and Metabolic Syndrome Using Functional Medicine: One Woman’s Inspiring Journey to Wellness
Recovering from Morbid Obesity, Depression and Metabolic Syndrome using Functional Medicine