#111: [Top Episode] Mapping Nutrition with Andrea Nakayama
One year ago today I recorded a very special edition of the 15-Minute Matrix podcast for you, where I mapped nutrition on the Functional Nutrition Matrix.
To kick the new year off right – and ensure that you have your place secured in the future of healthcare – I’m sharing the rebroadcast of the episode today.
In this special New Year’s release of the podcast, I’ll be taking the mic to map Nutrition on the matrix. Why? Because I still believe we are getting Nutrition all wrong. Tune-in to learn more and ensure that you’re not making diet and lifestyle recommendations without this paradigm-shifting perspective.
January 1, 2020
Below are several related blog posts and Terms to Know, if you’d like to know more:
> The 80/20 Rule for Nutrition Practitioners
> Functional Term to Know: ‘Symbiosis’
> Functional Term to Know: ‘Personal Evidence’
> Functional Term to Know: ‘Bioindividuality’
> Functional Term to Know: ‘Epigenetic’
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