Integrative and Functional Medicine in Practice
About This Show
Integrative and Functional Medicine in Practice is an educational series geared toward evidence-based learnings in clinical nutrition and lifestyle medicine to improve patient management and reduce healthcare utilization. Welcoming thought leaders from around the globe, health care providers will be exposed to experts who are committed to being conduits for the exchange of technologic innovation, research data, and disruptive ideas on nutritional solutions for optimal patient outcomes.
Most Recent Episode
Carbohydrate Intolerance: The Silent Partner in Chronic Disease Development
Dec 21 16
Host: John P. Troup, PhD
Guest: Shilpa P. Saxena, MD, IFMCP
Host John Troup, PhD welcomes Dr. Shilpa P. Saxena to discuss challenges in patient management related to control and balance of blood glucose, and the role of carbohydrate intolerance and toxicity as primers for chronic disease development. Dr. Saxena will also share her use of clinical nutrition and nutrition therapy to effectively manage glucose balance. Dr. Saxena is a Board-certified family practitioner, Fellow of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, and faculty member with George Washington University's Metabolic Medicine Institute. Click here to view additional integrative and functional medicine programs within this special series. This program is sponsored by the Metagenics Healthcare Institute for Clinical Nutrition, designed for all healthcare providers with roots in integrative, traditional, and functional medicine, seeking to optimize patient outcomes with support from clinical nutrition and lifestyle medicine. Please visit www.mhicn.com for more information.