Dr. Miles Hassell, Medical Director at the Providence Integrative Medicine Program at the Providence Cancer Center here in Portland, joined us again for a deeper look at the power of food to shape our health – particularly when we have insulin resistance, pre-diabetes, or diabetes of any type.
How many of us would prefer readily-available “natural” remedies to expensive pharmaceutical drugs? A way of life versus a “restrictive diabetic diet?”
What we put in our mouths and how we choose to move our bodies has tremendous impact on our health, and it need not be complicated. Miles shares with us his secrets for turning good food into great medicine and some simple “transformative tips” that don’t require a lot of money, prescription medications, or fancy footwork.
We highly recommend Dr. Hassell’s cookbook, Good Food, Great Medicine, which he co-authored with his sister Mea. If you want to learn more about Dr. Hassell and his dedicated team, go to: http://www.
Thanks for sharing your enthusiasm and expertise with us again, Dr. Hassell!
Photo: Miles Hassell and his sister Mea