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Category: functional-medicine

Does information get you results quicker? Rarely. It’s when you combine information with action that you create knowledge and you’re heading in the right direction. But if you want to save even more time getting to your health goals, you must combine knowledge with this…

Nutritional debates will never end. Most debates have the starting point of ‘XYZ food item as being good or bad?’ This is why the debate will never be settled. People are trying to create a scientific argument within a moral framework. This is when nutrition turns into religion or dogma.

Hey, Dr. Kurt here and I want to tell you about our signature program here at Dr. Kurt’s Place called YOUniversity with the emphasis and goal of guiding you to Read More

Whether it’s a blood or a scratch test, I think testing for food allergies and sensitivities is overrated. These are reactions to disruptions higher up the food chain (pun intended). Consider a few of these tests before testing your food reactions.

A common complaints of systemic inflammatory conditions like brain fog, auto-immune disorders, and even chronic pain is the ability to make decisions.

A question I get often is, “why should someone avoid gluten even if they don’t have a sensitivity to it?”

While optimizing your lifestyle is a key components of our YOUniversity program to make you the best version of YOU, identifying and applying your unique super powers is where people really start to soar with results.

Life is filled with moments that shape our journey. As I enter my 15th year of clinical practice, there are 3 defining moments that shaped my career path and lead me to functional medicine as a provider.

Wanting to start the New Year off well with your perfect diet but not sure how to figure it out? Is it Keto? Vegan? Paleo? Or is it better to assess your unique biochemical needs and not and try to fit into a box of diets?

Before you step foot into a functional medicine clinic, it’s imperative that you understand these 4 things to shape your expectations and experience.