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BlogTalkRadio: The Immune System Recovery Plan with Dr. Susan Blum

Graves disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and more…Autoimmune disease affects nearly 23.5 million Americans and results from the typical American life. Toxins in our diets, exposure to chemicals, heavy metals, antibiotics, and a high stress lifestyle are all factors that come into play. It doesn’t have to be this way, and there are real solutions to treat and prevent these diseases.

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All About Armonk: Using Food as Medicine

The Immune System Recovery Plan is a groundbreaking book providing a revolutionary way for people to balance their immune systems, transform their health, and live fuller, happier lives. One of the most sought-after experts in the field of Functional Medicine, Susan Blum, MD, MPH, shares the four-step program she used to treat her own serious autoimmune condition and help countless patients reverse their symptoms, heal their immune systems, and prevent future illness.

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YouBeauty: Juicing Guide

What does juicing mean for your health and your skin? Find all of the facts you need to know to reap the beauty and wellness benefits it can provide.

“The experts we spoke with—Susan Blum, M.D., M.P.H., Samantha Heller, R.D. and Lisa Drayer, R.D.—all recommend getting your “juice” in this liquefied form since it’s closer to eating the whole food.”

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Zoc Doc: Are You a Fixer or a Facilitator?

Susan Blum, MD, outlines how doctors can provide optimum care to their patients by encouraging them to take an active role in their health and wellness. Taking this approach allows both doctor and patient to get the most out of each visit and sustain a long-term partnership.

“Increasingly, studies are showing that patients grow healthier when they are more involved in their own medical care–when physicians act not just as fixers but also facilitators, enabling people to take an active role as a participant in his or her own healing. What does this newer role look like?”

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