SOPMed Medical Minds Summit

SOPMed Medical Minds Summit

Images from the SOPMed Conference in Colorado Springs CO where Dr. Ahvie Herskowitz directed the Medical Minds Summit – the first of its kind – 15 brilliant minds discussing the future of medicine over the next 3-5 years!

Dr. Herskowitz is shown here with:

Dr. David Minkoff with Dr. Ahvie HerskowitzDr. David Minkoff, M.D., is a complementary and alternative healthcare expert, guest lecturer, writer, radio show guest and former radio show host with 30 years of experience helping patients with aches, pains, and other illnesses return to health. In addition to his traditional medical training, Dr. Minkoff has extensive post-graduate training in Complementary and Alternative Medicine. He is an expert in Functional Medicine, Chelation, Allergy Elimination, European Biological Medicine, Neural Therapy, Longevity/Aging Medicine, Enderlein Therapy, Insulin Potentiated Therapy, and more.

Dr. Zach Bush with Dr. Ahvie HerskowitzDr. Zach Bush, MD is one of the few triple board certified physicians in the country, with specialties of internal medicine, endocrinology and palliative care. His achievements include award-winning cell biology, clinical care, and medical education. He is the founder and director of Revolution Health Center in Charlottesville, Virginia and is the CEO of Biomic Sciences – the team that has brought forth the novel science and product line of RestoreTM.

Dr. Daniel Pompa with Dr. Ahvie HerskowitzDr. Daniel Pompa, D.C., is a global leader in the health and wellness industry, having traveled across the country for the past 15 years educating practitioners and the public on the root causes of inflammation driven diseases such as Weight Loss Resistance, Hypothyroid, Diabetes, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autoimmune Disorders and other chronic conditions. His authority today is rooted in his own personal battle, having overcome serious neurotoxic illness using the tools and strategies included in True Cellular Detox™.

Citizen Science Microbiome Project Serves Food for Thought

Citizen Science Microbiome Project Serves Food for Thought

Open access dataset reveals how factors such as diet, antibiotics and mental health status can influence the microbial and molecular makeup of your gut

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and collaborators have published the first major results from the American Gut Project , a crowdsourced, global citizen science effort. The project, described May 15 in mSystems , is the largest published study to date of the human microbiome — the unique microbial communities that inhabit our bodies.

This publication provides the largest public reference database of the human gut microbiome, which may help drive many future microbiome studies. What’s more, according to the research team, the success of the American Gut Project validates citizen science as a practical model for engaging the public in research.

Read more about the Microbiome Project

What’s your tummy type?

What’s your tummy type?

A dietitian explains four common protruding bellies – and the best ways to whip them back into shape

Different things cause various different weight gain around the stomach area

Dietitian Susie Burrell revealed to FEMAIL the various different tummy types

From hormonal to alcohol-related tummy, she explains how to fix them

The dietitian also shared her five steps to help you to get a flat stomach

Read more about tummy types

Be Well in 2017

7×7 Magazine’s Wellness Guide to The Best Healthy Foods, Alternative Medicine, Meditations, Yoga Classes + More

There may come a time when you need to bring out the big guns (knock on wood). For folks with more serious health concerns who may also be wary of the medical establishment, these practices marry the best of Western, alternative, and precision techniques. 7×7 editor in chief Chloé Hennen swears by the wisdom of Dr. Ahvie Herskowitz, founder of Anatara Medicine (1700 California St., Ste. 250, Pacific Heights), who’s helping her overcome Lyme disease by way of multi-pass ozone therapy. Anatara also offers various intravenous therapies and low-dose chemotherapy, as well as naturopathic, regenerative, and genomic medicines.


Evaluation of a functional medicine approach to treating fatigue, stress, and digestive issues in women

Fatigue, stress, and digestive disorders are common among adults, especially women. Dr. Daniel Kalish conducted a 28-week pilot study to assess the efficacy of a functional medicine approach to improving stress, energy, fatigue, digestive issues, and quality of life in middle-aged women. Findings showed significant improvements in many stress, fatigue, and quality-of-life measures. The treatment program increased mean salivary dehydroepiandrosterone levels and the cortisol dehydroepiandrosterone ratio. Stool sample analyses suggested that these treatments reduced Helicobacter pylori infections. This study suggests that functional medicine may be an effective approach to managing stress and gastrointestinal symptoms.


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