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Easily the best nutrition course I have ever taken. Inspiring.

Mark Deramo, MD
Central WA Family Medicine, Yakima, WA

 

Neither my medical school training nor any experience since then has been as enlightening or helpful regarding nutrition. Not only was it informative and scientific—the conference provided many “pearls” for immediate use.

John Simmons, MD
Spartanburg, SC

 

This course should be in every medical school. Given the enormous body of scientific support for the relationship between food and health we (as health professionals) would be greatly unprepared to educate our patients on these points.

Nancy Ashburn, MD MPH, FAAP
Bravewell Fellow, Integrative Medicine

 

By far the best continuing education course I have ever attended. It will change how I practice and, more importantly, how I live. The faculty was outstanding, all at the top of their game, and they were so accessible and gracious to us.

Elizabeth Fourman, MSN, CNP
South Bend, IN

 

This has totally changed how I view health, food, and the culture of healthcare—truly eye opening and inspirational. I will be going home to try this on myself and then sharing it with patients, friends, and the community! I learned more in 4 days here about nutrition and how it impacts health than I had learned in 7 years of training.

Karla A. Hirshorn, MD
Laurens Family Practice, Laurens, SC

 

Food as Medicine is the foundation program for professionals to change the way we teach Americans how to embrace food and their health.

Amanda Archibald, RD
Field to Plate, New Market, MD

 

If you care about changing America’s Health, attend this program. Packed with the latest evidence, taught by inspirational faculty, and nourished by the best food you’ll ever eat at a conference, Food As Medicine is the most meaningful and impactful program I’ve encountered.

Drew Ramsey, MD
Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, New York, NY

 

The course was simply ‘delicious’ to mind, body, spirit!

Rashma Staid, MD
Whiteland Medical Associates for Progressive Heath, Exton, PA

 

I can practice food as medicine and I can explain the why much more proficiently after this course. Thank you.

Theresa Bejblik, RD
Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN

 

This is the best conference I have ever attended. I have learned so much and been inspired to further my knowledge. I can’t wait to go home and share my knowledge with my clients.

Jayne Klein, RD
Bell Air, MD

 

Thank you so much for this week. This conference has reignited my spirit to care for and be present with my patients. And it has re-inspired me to be healthy mind, body and spirit for my own health and to lead by example. Thanks!

Ashely Harris, MS, RD, LD
James Cancer Hospital, Columbus, OH

 

Food As Medicine completely reformulated how I think as a pediatrician about nutrition, toxins, and lifestyle. What a tremendous gift to offer to the children I see and their parents. Thank you for giving me this valuable tool in supporting the health of our children!

Elisa Song, MD
Pediatrician, San Carlos, CA

 

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine delivers the latest in sound science from the field of food, lifestyle, and health through Food as Medicine, which is one of the most well organized conferences that I have attended. It is no surprise that I attended for the second time this year!

Kumara D. Sidhartha, MD
Private Practice, South Dennis, MA

 

The Center for Mind Body Medicine is a reputable and reliable organization that provides academic and experiential training not readily available for most health professionals. They are a change agent for health. If you need help navigating the maze of new nutrition and health information, CMBM is the mouse to follow.

Rob Hornstra, MD
University of Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, MO

 

This was a truly inspirational journey, I am leaving with a lot more useful information than I expected and personally empowered. I admit I was skeptical when I came, as “functional medicine” among my peers still bears a connotation of “fringe medicine.” This clearly is wrong.

Frank Sievert, MD
The Corvallis Clinic, Corvallis, OR

 

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