In this episode you will learn:
How Dr. Montgomery’s own health challenges lead him to change not only his own life, but his practice as well.
How caring for his mother at the end stages of her life solidified his decision to create a hybrid medical practice.
How his patient’s demand for this way of eating led Dr. Montgomery to open up his own kitchen and restaurant in his cardiology office.
How he learned the concept of money following value and that the road to profitability is often not immediate.
How this has re-fueled his passion for medicine and why it is now his personal life’s mission to continue this work.
Why a “vegan” diet is not necessarily healthy.
How Dr. Montgomery came up with his own proprietary plant based food classification system.
Learn why it’s not just what you eat, but also how you prepare the foods that is important as well.
Why we must suspect cryptogenic liver disease in patients that are having unexplained mental status changes even with normal liver enzymes.
How changing his patients diets have decreased their need for medications as their organ function has improved even patients with pulmonary fibrosis.
How Dr. Montgomery developed his food line for patients.
The China Study - T. Colin Campbell, M.D. and Thomas M. Campbell II
Eat to Live - Joel Fuhrman M.D.
Forks Over Knives - Alona Pulde M.D., Matthew Lederman M.D.
Forks over Knives
What the Health
The Invisible Vegan
The Garden Kitchen – http://gardenkitchenfoods.com/
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