S07E10: Improving Gut Microbiome to Propel Your Life w/ Inna Melamed, PharmD

The age-old Hippocratic saying that all disease begins in the gut is proven time and time again in practice. It is one of the greatest legacies that he bestowed upon the medical field, along with the Hippocratic oath to “do no harm.” So today, my guest and I will explore how the gut can have a hand in every disease state, and also can be a therapeutic target to promote health.

Dr. Inna Melamed is a Doctor of Pharmacy, a functional medicine practitioner, an expert in gut and hormone health, and a Crohn’s patient in remission. Her career started as a traditional pharmacist and her mission later became to heal herself and help others with chronic gut and hormone problems.

She became certified in functional medicine clinical training with Dr. Daniel Kalish. In December of 2017 she earned her PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy) degree from one of the top pharmacy schools in the U.S., University of Florida, graduating cum laude, to broaden her clinical knowledge and incorporate that into her functional medicine practice.

Since opening her practice, Real Health Solutions, she has helped thousands of clients with their IBD (inflammatory bowel disease), digestive problems, hormone imbalances, and other chronic conditions that could not have been resolved by traditional medicine alone. Dr. Inna successfully incorporates her extensive knowledge of functional medicine into every case that comes into her practice. She is the creator of the signature Digestive Reset program and the Digestive Reset supplement line, which has helped numerous clients virtually and in person. She lives with three sons in Manalapan, New Jersey.

S07E10: Improving Gut Microbiome to Propel Your Life w/ Inna Melamed, PharmD

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