Mark Hyman at TEDMED

Dr. Mark Hyman believes that functional medicine is the way of the future, and that we can only improve medicine if we understand the body’s system, not just symptoms.

3 Responses to Mark Hyman at TEDMED

  1. Chi Allison June 8, 2013 at 2:25 pm #

    But let’s start with nutrition. As I stated above, what you eat is the key to your health. Furthermore I discovered for myself that this key worked beyond my greatest expectations. Once I recovered and my feet were on the ground my curiosity got the best of me. Than I had to discover what made this system of healing work. Since that time I have spent years studying Naturopathic Medicine from every angle. Consequently if you are also curious and want to know the nuts and bolts of why it works, read-on.

  2. Bonnie Kramer June 24, 2013 at 7:54 am #

    The Coordinated Program in Dietetics combines the nutrition and dietetics coursework and at least 900 hours of supervised professional practice combined within the professional curriculum. Typically, two years of prerequisite work and two years of professional training at the junior and senior level are required to develop professional skills concurrently with cognitive and technical skills. Graduates are eligible to take the Registration Examination for Dietitians to become credentialed as registered dietitians.

  3. Dudley Garner July 5, 2013 at 9:01 pm #

    This brings me to today…and to a book that I have written that was more than 10 years in the making. It is the culmination of more than 25 years of dedicated personal research and understanding that was uncontaminated by the varied agendas of educational, economic or political institutions. From the beginning I have sought the truth. I intentionally avoided conventional interpretations of that truth, as I am inherently mistrustful of the “agendas” of conventional paradigms. By seeking out the least “mainstream” sources of quality, science-based information I was able to think outside the confusing and economically-driven mainstream box. I have sought to understand the most foundational principles and aspects of what makes us all function…and dysfunction. My understanding of diet and nutrition stems from a solid insight into the fundamental workings of human physiology (something mainstream medicine has forgotten…or forsaken) and our evolutionary history. I believe that real restoration of health can come ONLY with a restoration of a healthy foundation…and that prevention (as opposed to passive dependency on available treatments) is key to our long term survival and longevity. I believe in self-empowerment of individuals and I believe that total health is our Primal birthright.

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