Understanding Your Blood Work: 4 Important Levels to Monitor for Health

by Leona West

Functional medicine is a form of medicine that views the body as one whole, integrated system.

In conventional medicine, deficiencies and steps leading up to a disorder are often overlooked.

Unlike conventional Western medicine, which divides the body up into multiple systems, functional medicine looks at how these systems relate to one another.

While functional medicine excels at treating chronic disorders, it is also used in preventative care. Read More


Functional Medicine: A Whole Body Approach to Autoimmune Disease

by Leona West

Functional medicine is a form of Western alternative medicine that views the body as one whole, integrated system.

Unlike conventional Western medicine, which divides the body up into multiple systems, functional medicine looks for the root cause of a collection of symptoms.

Oftentimes, multiple symptoms of disease can arise in several places at once. This is especially true of chronic diseases, which can take years, usually decades, to fully develop. Read More