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BC-020 Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Millie Lytle on Eating for Meaning

BC-020 Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Millie Lytle on Eating for Meaning

August 15, 2016 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD
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Dr. Millie Lytle, ND, MPH, CNC, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and Certified Nutrition Specialist in practice in New York City as a member of Tournesol Wellness’ Primary Care Team. She is also the creator of Eating for Meaning, a unique self-guided nutrition program to transform people’s relationship with food, and co-creator of Naturopathic Doctors for Health Coaches, which trains health coaches to become nutrition experts.Join us for this podcast, and learn about these fascinating health fields and the important role that they can play in filling in the gaps of care left by most doctors:

  • Naturopathy
  • Functional Medicine
  • Epigenetics
  • Nutrigenomics
  • Bio-Individual Transformation

You will also understand:

  • How these concepts all work together to benefit cancer patients and prevention seekers
  • Why cancer genes don’t necessarily affect our disease risk
  • Why cutting down on food intake isn’t really the answer to obesity
  • Why focusing on sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free food is not as important as you think
  • How to get a FREE mini-guide to organ detox
  • Four key principles of Eating for Meaning and how to get additional training

Dr. Millie’s Eating for Meaning Nutrition Training Course includes:

  • 8 inspiring self-paced audio lessons
  • 18 self-help exercises to change your relationship with food
  • Eating for Meaning Workbook
  • 3- week detoxification progam
  • Customized recipes and meal plans
  • Weekly handouts, homework, exercises, and more

Discounted price for subscribers is just $299. Just go to and enter coupon code BEATCANCER at checkout. Listen now as Educational Director Dr. Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Millie Lytle:

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