There are good doctors out there that understand what has happened in the medical system. This is an opportunity for both lay people and professionals to learn from some of the most cutting edge medical practitioners who understand that we are holistic beings and that medicine as it’s widely practiced today is generally harmful. This is the future of a medicine that can truly heal rather than harm.
So these two online conferences are a good place to start if you’re just beginning to consider dietary and lifestyle changes. Check them out.
Medicine is evolving to solve the modern epidemics of chronic disease, such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and a range of autoimmune diseases. Our summit intends to not only shine a light on the work of those visionaries and innovators leading this evolution, but also set a unique vision for a more evolved healthcare system. This vision is patient-centric, empowered, proactive and participatory.
To register SEE: The Evolution of Medicine Summit
also “Ladies, put that gluten down:
from Kelly Brogan MD:
Those who have followed my content know that I believe in gendered medicine. Man is not woman is not child. I also believe in the power of dietary change to awaken deep wisdom within the body. Marrying these concepts is the first e-conference to focus on the specific issues that women confront, and the role of dietary change, and specifically gluten, in reversing chronic disease.
To register SEE: Women’s Gluten Free Summit
I like how Kelly Brogan puts it: “I also believe in the power of dietary change to awaken deep wisdom within the body.” — because yes, it’s like once you give the body what it needs it unleashes all sorts of possibility and works in deeply interconnected ways with everything else in your life. Because, as I always like to say, everything matters and diet is a big part of that when you consider everything you put in your mouth and how much power every food and nutrient has.
Related info on Beyond Meds:
A medical system where patient harm is part of standard care, yes, here in the USA — yes, let’s change this and start by educating ourselves