Let’s face it, you can have all the information in the world about diet and exercise, but that information won’t do anything for you unless you put it into action. “You should do this” and “You should do that,” but how many of those “shoulds” are you actually doing? It can be tough to go it alone. There’s so much information out there about the Paleo diet and lifestyle, some of which can even be… Read More
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I’m happy to announce that I’ll be talking about functional medicine and ancestral health in Stockholm, Sweden, and London, U.K., this summer. Each location will feature seminars for both clinicians/healthcare practitioners and the general public, as well as a unique and intimate pop-up dinner.
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is how can someone become a functional medicine practitioner. It’s an important question because I truly believe that functional medicine is the future of healthcare. The good news is there is an incredibly wide range of roles and backgrounds that lend themselves to a career in functional medicine. Whether you come from a background of a doctor, nurse, chiropractor, or dietician, there are real opportunities for you to make a significant impact on the health of your community.
Do you remember that moment when Paleo first “clicked” for you? Or maybe when you first discovered the work of Weston A. Price, or heard the term “ancestral health” or “evolutionary mismatch”? Those moments when our perspective suddenly shifts and opens up to a whole new world are exciting—and all too rare.
Chris is joined in this podcast by Keith Rhys, his long time strategic advisor, as they discuss the two most important strategies that helped Chris to build a practice and business that makes a big impact. If you’re a clinician trying to carve out a meaningful, rewarding career for yourself in the changing healthcare landscape, this podcast is for you.
If you have one of the many chronic health problems that people suffer from today—such as IBS, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and autoimmune disease—you will likely be given a drug to manage your symptoms and not much else. The key to successfully treating these conditions, however, is addressing their underlying cause. This is the promise of functional and evolutionary medicine.