Nutrition Business Journal

Putting nutrition to work in the doctor's office

When a patient comes into Dr. Michael Stone's office, he examines their nutrition history and makes diet part of the prescription.

nbj: When you talk about functional medicine and nutrition as treatment, how does that play out with a patient?

Michael Stone: I think that every child, every person, has a history and a story. Part of our job as physicians is to listen to that story and try to figure out if we can integrate that story into a timeline. Then we begin to understand some of the inter-relations

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