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Dr. Jeffrey Bland: Medicine for the Average Becomes Medicine for the Individual

In this second installment of the 6-part series on Functional Medicine and Genomics in partnership with the the Institute for Functional Medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Bland discusses how a medical system that has historically viewed human biology in terms of averages is now coming to utilize clinical genomics as the standard of medicine.  At the end of the article Dr. Bland provides several additional resources, including an interview with Lee Hood, MD, PhD, President and Co-founder of the Institute for Systems Biology – See more at: https://functionalmedicine.org/What_is_Functional_Medicine/AboutFM/Genomics/August/#sthash.xQIcEyLM.dpuf 

 

 

 

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Dr. Jeffrey Bland Discusses The Disease Delusion

Father of Functional Medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Bland discusses his book The Disease Delusion, and the origins of chronic disease in this discussion from the American Nutrition Association.

 

 

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Personalized Lifestyle Medicine (PART 4): Physical Activity, Behavior and Environment

by Jeff Bland & Deanna M. Minch

A Special Slideshow Presentation by ModernHCP.com

Part 4 concludes our series on Personalized Lifestyle Medicine (PLM). As you may already know, ‘PLM’ is a newly developed term that refers to an approach to medicine in which an individual’s health metrics from point-of-care diagnostics are used to develop lifestyle medicine-oriented therapeutic strategies for improving individual health outcomes in managing chronic disease.

In Part 4 of our series, we examine:

  • Application to Physical Activity
  • Application to Stress and Behavior
  • Application to Environment and Toxin Load
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    Personalized Lifestyle Medicine (PART 1): Relevance for Nutrition and Lifestyle Recommendations

    by Jeff Bland & Deanna M. Minch

    A Special Slideshow Presentation by ModernHCP.com

    Public health recommendations for lifestyle modification, including diet and physical activity, have been widely disseminated for the prevention and treatment of disease. These guidelines are intended for the overall population without significant consideration for the individual with respect to one’s genes and environment.

    Personalized lifestyle medicine is a newly developed term that refers to an approach to medicine in which an individual’s health metrics from point-of-care diagnostics are used to develop lifestyle medicine-oriented therapeutic strategies for improving individual health outcomes in managing chronic disease.

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    The Future Of Nutritional Pharmacology

    Jeffrey Bland, PhD, FACN, FACB

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    As the basic science of nutrigenomics unfolds in the 21st century, a significant question remains as to how it will be applied to improve health outcomes. The field was born of the observations made by Sir Archibald Garrod at the turn of the 19th century that there are innate errors in metabolism, such as acidurias, that could be modified through dietary modifications.1 In 1949, Roger Williams, PhD, whose group at the University of Texas was credit- ed with the discovery of pantothenic acid, advanced the concept of genetotrophic disease, the origin of which is read more…

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