Host Ellen Goldsmith, LAc, interviews Dr. Julie Briley of NCNM’s Food as Medicine Institute. One in three children born after 2000 may develop type 2 diabetes or heart-related diseases, including high blood pressure or high cholesterol–many of them before adulthood. The mission of NCNM’s Food as Medicine Institute (FAMI) is to help people discover the …
Healthy fat is good for you! Dr. Courtney Jackson and Dr. Julie Briley will dive into the complex topic of fats and give you practical tips for choosing oils.
How we eat is just as important as what we eat. Drs. Courtney Jackson and Julie Briley explain how eating in a stressful environment affects your digestion and provides simple strategies for your meals.
The rural town of Banks, population 1,700, is located about 25 miles west of NUNM. Dr. Andrew Erlandsen, FAMI physician and chair of NUNM’s Master of Science in Integrative Nutrition program, describes expanding FAME to Banks—and the effects on the entire community.
The FAMI doctors explain why fad diets don’t work. Instead, their Guiding Principles can help to guide people towards a whole foods diet.
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility is a women’s prison in Wilsonville, Oregon, a suburb of Portland. Dr. Briley talks about expanding the Food as Medicine Everyday (FAME) series to bring nutritional education to women incarcerated at Coffee Creek.
Learn simple tips from Dr. Courtney Jackson and Dr. Julie Briley to help you understand what is in your food and how food labels can be deceiving.
Listen in as hosts Dr. Courtney Jackson and Dr. Julie Briley, co-founders of Food as Medicine Institute (FAMI), talk with Portland natural foods icon Bob Moore of Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods about the early days of his whole-grains food company, which helped kick-start the natural foods industry at its inception in the 1960s