Making changes to our diet is not easy.
The saying “It is easier to change a man's religion than to change his diet” (by Margaret Mead) is often very true. We see food not just as nourishment, but also as emotional comfort and a social event. However, so many published studies show us that food is much more than that. The food you eat can influence your function, quality of life, energy levels, cognitive function, and may trigger inflammation, that will lead or increase your pain. Changing your diet can have a profound influence on your life. For that reason, I wrote this guide.
Since I do not believe in diets, only a way of living that follows healthy guidelines, I researched the principles of a healthy diet and how can we embrace these principles into our lifestyle. We will start by understanding what foods cause inflammation and what to eat to avoid more inflammation. I hope this guide will serve you well. Click below to get your guide.
Dr. Tal Cohen, DAOM
Program Director at A New Way Clinic
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."
Dr. Tal Cohen is a health and wellness expert. He is the program director in A New Way Clinic and has over 15 years of clinical experience.
His studied integrative medicine in AIMC (Berekely, CA), personal health and fitness (Wingate Institute, Isreal), Oriental Medicine in OCOM (Portland, OR), and Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine (University of Western States, Portland, OR).
Dr. Cohen has unique programs that focuses on functional medicine, finding and addressing the root cause of the disease.