Dr. Artemis Morris is a master educator.
As an integrative doctor, education is absolutely part of what you do; patients need to get re-oriented back into real foods, and healthy lifestyles choices -- Opposite of our culture's norms.
Dr. Morris teaches her patients, and teaches doctors how to teach their patients -and she is superb - combining science and art, heart and reason, and tons of passion.
It is difficult to adopt to a new way of thinking about foods, about medicine, and what actually works to get healthier.
It is even harder to go from thinking to doing.
So - Your work is actually transformative - as you educate and empower patients, you help them transform, and in the process, you also transform.
And transformation matters - it is the pathway from dis-ease to health. Just a decision away, a shift that must take place.
This is the world that Dr. Morris shares in this interview, and she does so very elegantly.
Remembering the basics and learning something new is what this series, Sharing the Power, is all about.
In this interview you will learn about the lost parts of medicine that we have forgotten, the science behind her clinical work, her love of researching the Mediterranean diet (in her words: "Growing up Greek"), and working collaboratively with doctors to create the best possible healing pathways for her patients.
You will also learn how Beta Glucan is a revolutionary product! What to do about ticks, UTIs, and vaginosis, candida, And so much more!
Enjoy and let me know what you think. I love hearing from you.
- Muffone, A. R. M., de Oliveira Lübke, P. D., & Rabito, E. I. (2023). Mediterranean diet and infertility: a systematic review with meta-analysis of cohort studies. Nutrition Reviews, 81(7), 775-789.
- López-Gil, J. F., García-Hermoso, A., Sotos-Prieto, M., Cavero-Redondo, I., Martínez-Vizcaíno, V., & Kales, S. N. (2023). Mediterranean diet-based interventions to improve anthropometric and obesity indicators in children and adolescents: A systematic review with meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Advances in Nutrition.
- Shannon, O. M., Ranson, J. M., Gregory, S., Macpherson, H., Milte, C., Lentjes, M., ... & Stevenson, E. (2023). Mediterranean diet adherence is associated with lower dementia risk, independent of genetic predisposition: findings from the UK Biobank prospective cohort study. BMC medicine, 21(1), 1-13.
Yours as Always,
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Research and Our World: Peace
An interesting paper that has just come out, 2023! On Kantian peace. I am looking forward making a hot cup of tea (green), and reading this article.
Pinzani, A. (2023). KANT AND THE PROBLEM OF POLITICS. Article
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