Today's podcast on Redefining Medicine welcomes back Jill Carnahan, MD, ABIHM, ABoIM. After being forced to transition from the role of doctor to patient during her third year of medical school, Dr. Carnahan has healed herself from both aggressive breast cancer and Crohn's disease through an intensive study of dietary changes, nutrition, and environmental toxicity. Refusing to believe that pharmaceuticals and surgery were her sole options for treatment, Dr. Carnahan is now committed to assessing & evaluating the triggers that contribute to sickness and disease. Listen to Dr. Carnahan discuss the importance of the microbiome and gut, its interplay in autoimmunity, the implications of mold toxicity & inflammation, specific applications of low-dose naltrexone in chronic disease, and the personalized principles of Functional Medicine.
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