Good Medicine On the Go Podcast

Reimagining the Functional Medicine Journey

Welcome to Good Medicine On the Go, where you can learn practical, actionable clinical and business applications towards creating a successful, dynamic functional medicine practice. If you’ve ever wondered how to recession-proof your practice, how genetics can play a role in health, or how to nurture promising collaborations—this podcast is for you. Join us as we embark in a real-time series featuring long-time business partners, functional medicine doctor Nathan Morris, MD, and Functional Medicine Health Coach, Kara Ware.  Nathan and Kara will be joined by industry business development, medical, research, and health coaching thought leaders. Follow their quest to make functional medicine more accessible and affordable right now, when we need it the most.

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As we wrap up Season 1 of our show and prepare for a great Season 2, we wanted to take this episode to highlight and recap Episodes 1-7 and give you an inside look at what is on the horizon.

In season one, we created an entry point for practitioners new to Nutritional Genomics, from understanding how our genetics influence our mood, immune resilience, and our weight, to exploring what it really means to “eat right and exercise”. In our first season, we also talked about the four models of pricing and provided a detailed list of pros and cons for each payment model.

Thank you so much to our listeners! We can’t wait to see you again in Season 2 and continue the work together to reimagine the functional medicine journey.

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I am a paid advisor at Pure Encapsulations, I do not have any other conflicts of interest. All podcast productions represent the opinions of the co-hosts and do not represent the position or the opinion of the sponsor. Reference by the presenter to any specific product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, or manufacturer does not constitute or imply endorsement or recommendations by the Sponsor. The podcast is not substitutions for standard medical care. The podcast is intended for licensed health care practitioners. Practitioners are solely responsible for the care and treatment provided to their own patients.