In 431 BC, Hippocrates said, "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Today, the most powerful medicines are not found within the plastic confines of a pill bottle, but at the end of your fork. Chronic diseases account for over 50 million deaths and will cost the global economy a predicted $47 trillion by 2030. And when it comes to protecting our long term health and healing the ever-growing list of chronic diseases that are plaguing modern humans, food is by far the most powerful medicine available. From super foods to herbs to eating the rainbow and altering our genetic code with food, what we choose to eat can have a tremendous impact on our health now and for generations to come!
Dr. Andrea Pryce received her baccalaureate degree from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks and is a 2006 graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. Following completion of her ND degree she went into private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has a strong background in biomedical research with significant experience in both bench top and field research. She has worked as a bench top research associate performing genetic oncology assays for a major biomedical research foundation. Additionally, she served as a project coordinator for a homeopathy study co-conducted by the Southwest College Research Institute and the University of Arizona’s Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. She maintains a research interest in the epigenetics and nutrigenomics particularly as they relate to oncology. In 2009, she moved to Florida and began working at Life Extension in Fort Lauderdale where she was Medical Editor for their monthly magazine. Dr. Pryce joined the faculty at Hawthorn University in April of 2014 and also serves on the faculty of Everglades University. She has recently joined the team at the Integrative Health Institute in Boca Raton, Florida.
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