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By Craig Cox
Canadian researchers find mortality rates not affected by aggressive surgical intervention.
Super greens
By Matthew Kadey
Packed with phytonutrients, supergreens detox, nourish, and heal. Here’s how you can get more of them into your life.
By Kristin Ohlson
Acne, eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions can be red flags pointing to more serious health concerns. Here are six of the most common — and how they might be speaking for the rest of your body.
By Experience Life Staff
Get a free download of The Institute for Functional Medicine's Elimination Diet Comprehensive Guide!
By Catherine Guthrie
Strategies to repair your leaky gut at home.
Empowered Patient
By Jon Spayde
Medical appointments can be intimidating. Here's how to get the support you need from a doctor who makes you a partner in your own care.
By Experience Life Staff
In this exclusive extended interview from his Experience Life cover shoot, functional-medicine pioneer Mark Hyman, MD, explains what functional medicine actually is, how it differs from integrative medicine, and how simply changing how we eat can create significant health improvements in a matter of days. Plus, Hyman shares what a typical day of eating looks like in his own life.
By Experience Life Staff
Mark Hyman, MD, shares how his own health issues lead him to functional medicine, and why he now considers food and community to be our most powerful "medicines."
Mark Hyman smiles in his cover shot for Experience Life magazine.
By Heidi Wachter
Functional-medicine pioneer Mark Hyman, MD, is doing his best to help you avoid the doctor altogether.
By Pamela Weintraub
Science has now confirmed that our thoughts and emotions have very real physiological consequences. What does this mean for medicine in the 21st century? Among other things, that many potions of choice might be produced by our minds and delivered without prescription drugs.
mitochondria infographic
By the Experience Life Team
Caring for your mitochondria is one of the best ways to take care of your health — and enjoy better energy, metabolism, and mental focus in the process. Discover how you can be nice to your mighty mitochondria.
By Experience Life Staff
The best-selling author of The Hormone Cure shares more insights on the importance of balancing our hormones and the profound effect they can have on our overall health and well-being.
By Experience Life Staff
Integrative- and functional-medicine pioneer Sara Gottfried, MD, shares her personal struggle with imbalanced hormones, and how what she learned from her own treatment protocol has informed more than a decades-worth of work helping women, as well as her best-selling book The Hormone Cure.
By the Experience Life Team
Avoiding NSAIDs like Ibuprofen and naproxen because of their potential side effects? Here are botanical alternatives that may fit the bill.
Beating Lyme
By Pamela Weintraub
For patients with tick-borne diseases, the path to health can be confounding. Combining integrative and conventional approaches may be the best way forward.
Healing Spaces
By Esther Sternberg, MD
Can the spaces in which we live, work, and recover from illness have an impact on healing and well-being? Integrative-medicine doctor Esther Sternberg says yes.
By Casie Leigh Lukes
In light of the FDA's approval of the first medical device for preventing migraine headaches, we offer an overview of natural prevention strategies — and explain why identifying the root cause is important.
mental health well-being
By Kristin Ohlson
Mental health is not all in our heads. Nutrition is an oft-ignored — yet incredibly effective — way to manage mental illness, including schizophrenia.
illustration autism puzzle
By Casie Leigh Lukes
Get an inside look at Casie Leigh Lukes's notes on nutrition and autism from The Future of Nutrition Conference.
By Anjula Razdan
Senior editor Anjula Razdan on how acid-blocking drugs can lead to a vitamin B12 deficiency.
Fucntional Medicine
By Catherine Guthrie
Many people are finding better health solutions with functional medicine, a new model for how to practice medicine and treat chronic disease.
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