Medically tailored food is the future of health care

LISTEN HERE to Dr. Allen, a board-certified Family Physician as we discuss nutrition and his new Netflix Documentary. He is a graduate of the Loma Linda University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the prestigious Air Force Residency in Family Medicine at Travis Air Force Base where he received the Goff-Hougas Award. Dr. Allen is a Concierge Medicine Physician in Henderson, NV

Imagine you’re living with type 2 diabetes. You’ve been trying to manage the condition for years with a typical medication. What if instead of metformin — a drug that works to lower sugar in the blood, — your doctor could simply prescribe meals tailored to your unique diagnosis that help control your blood sugar? A growing body of research indicates that such a shift in treatment, away from Big Pharma and towards common-sense treatment measures, is the future of U.S. health care. For too long, the sickest patients in this country have been ill-served by a system that rewards doctors and insurers for the volume of services they render versus the quality of health outcomes their methods deliver. “Food Is Medicine” is a new approach that nonprofits, politicians, medical centers and nutrition experts are increasingly recommending as a low-cost, high-impact intervention that complements or supplants the use of expensive, pharmaceutical drugs.



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