Avoiding Environmental Toxins
in Your Everyday Life
featuring Joseph Pizzorno, ND
Season Two - Episode 14
Published January 17, 2023
The natural medicine community has long benefited from the leadership of this week’s guest. Dr. Joseph Pizzorno has been practicing natural medicine for more than 40 years. He is an author, educator, and top-notch provider, and his bread and butter is studying environmental toxins.
Last week Dr. Smeaton and Dr. Pizzorno covered the science behind environmental toxins and how they affect our hormones. This week, they discuss how to avoid these toxins through lifestyle adjustments, treatment, and other methods.
About our speaker
Dr. Pizzorno is a naturopathic physician (licensed in WA state since 1975), educator, researcher, and expert spokesman. He is editor-in-chief of PubMed-indexed IMCJ, founding board member and currently chair of the board of IFM, founding board member of American Herbal Pharmacopoeia, and a member of multiple science and research institutes. As founding president of Bastyr University in 1978, he coined the term “science-based natural medicine,” which set the foundation for Bastyr to become the first accredited institution in this field anywhere in the world. His methods validated that medicine which promotes health rather than just treating disease can be credibly taught, researched, and practiced.
As an intellectual, political, and academic leader in medicine for over four decades, he has been widely honored, such as with the Linus Pauling Award by The Institute for Functional Medicine. Most recently, in 2019, he received the Stanley Wallach Award from the American College of Nutrition. In 2018, he received the Leadership Award from the Integrative Healthcare Symposium and the Visionary Award from the Academy of Integrative and Health Medicine.
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