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"Pete is a truly accomplished practitioner who truly understands the bidirectional link between the innate immune barriers in the mouth, gut and brain and how the oral cavity and it’s association to systemic diseases plays as a foundational piece of the puzzle of helping treat his patients systemically and locally for a much better health span."
Dr. Sebastien Louis Lomas
Biological Dental Practitioner
“I think anyone with the right attitude and correct guidance can heal themselves. They just need an operating system to put all the bits and pieces together. That’s Functional Medicine”
What is functional medicine?
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Patrick Hannaway MD
Centre for Functional Medicine @ Cleveland Clinic Lead Faculty, Institute for Functional Medicine
Pete chats to experts in the field of Functional Medicine and health - giving you, the listener, pearls of wisdom to apply on a daily basis.
Hey! I'm Pete Williams, your guide to functional ageing and the founder of Functional Medicine Associates. I'm excited to share a new video that's perfect for anyone interested in healthy ageing, no matter your current fitness level.
The number of people currently suffering from chronic health conditions in the UK is staggering.
Serotonin deficiency has dominated the science of depression over the years, with the universally acknowledged claim being that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain - specifically a lack of serotonin. However, is the link between serotonin and depression a myth?