What is Sustainable Health?

Summary: Sustainable Health: How organic farming can reveal the hidden connections between your health and the food you eat.
Air Date: 4/27/13
Duration: 60
Host: Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Guest Bio: Dr. Daphne Miller, MD
Daphne Miller, M.D., is a practicing physician, author, and professor of family medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. For the past decade, her writing and teaching has explored the frontier between biomedicine and the natural world. Her widely acclaimed first book, The Jungle Effect, chronicles her nutrition adventures as she travels to traditional communities around the globe. A contributing columnist to the Washington Post as well as other newspapers and magazines, Miller holds a medical degree from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree from Brown University. She lives and gardens in Berkeley, California, with the architect Ross Levy, and their cats.
What is Sustainable Health?
In search of a different approach to mainstream medicine's mechanical ways, physician and author, Daphne Miller, traveled across the country to see what she could learn from the sustainable agriculture of family farms.  Miller's visits to seven innovative family farms unlocked the hidden connections between how you care for your body and how you grow your food.

Tune in to hear Miller share her journey and the lessons organic farming taught her about holistic healing, wellness, and sustainable health. Chronicled in her new book, Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing, Miller's insights and revolutionary approach will make you rethink your vision of health.

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