All The Tools You Need To Use Food As Medicine
No matter what diagnosis you have, you know that the food you eat can play a role in your healing.
Reduce Your Risk of a Breast Cancer Recurrence
You can be happier, lose weight, and know exactly what and how to eat. Yes, you can decrease your risk of a breast cancer recurrence naturally.
Type 2 Diabetes is Reversible with the Right Foods
Diabetes does not have to be a chronic and progressive disease. If what you are doing now is not making you healthy, you need this program.
Weight Loss is Possible with These Strategies
We have tried for decades to lose weight and we are still a world of sick and fat people. It's time to take a different path that is based on science.
How to get started using Food As Medicine for Diabetes:
If you have type 2 diabetes, and you've been wondering why you keep needing more medicines to control it...
If you have just been diagnosed, and you want to know how you should change your diet...
If you have been told to lose weight to control your diabetes, but you have no idea how to do that...
This is where you can get started. Sign up for my guide on 3 Nutrition Strategies All Diabetics Must Know.
You will find out:
- how to make one single change that will allow you to lose weight, have more energy, and decrease the chances that you die young
- how to recognize the one ingredient in foods that may be causing most of your trouble
- how to add smart and effective supplements to what you are doing with your diet
Find out what you need to THRIVE Beyond Breast Cancer
Get the latest information on how to be happy and healthy after breast cancer. This is the spot for reliable, well-researched information on all you can do to be happy, healthy, and whole AND prevent a breast cancer recurrence.
Watch my short video series and find out what simple nutrition changes you can make now to make a difference in your survival. Just click the button to watch.
Meet Lisa Schwartz, MD
Lisa M. Schwartz, MD has been a board certified internist and radiation oncologist for more than two decades. Her interest in how patients deal with their diagnoses and treatment both emotionally and physically led her to investigate many forms of complementary therapies and patient support strategies. She has a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and completed an associate fellowship in Integrative Medicine under Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona. She is an expert in how nutrition is used as medical therapy.