Respect the Complex

Conventional healthcare oversimplifies the way we think about our bodies.
We’re here to change that.

Understand your body like never before with Whole Self Science.TM

Our Model of Care

Whole Self Science

In collaboration with world-renowned experts on our Clinical Advisory Board, Whole Self Science combines diverse strategies from conventional and functional medicine to deliver results through a holistic, evidence-based approach.

Environment
Relationships
Sleep
Movement
Microbiome
Food
Stress
Mind
Body
Gut

Your Gut is a Gateway

We believe your gut’s health is connected to the brain, your behaviors, and more. To restore balance and improve chronic symptoms, we’ve developed a framework to address each part of the whole. Together, these add up to a more equipped and powerful you.

Mind

The complex interconnections between the brain and the enteric (gut) nervous system, which influences digestion, mood, and even the way we think

Body

The rest of your body from your genes to your hormones to factors like sleep, movement, stress, or toxins in your environment

Gut

Using food as medicine to support the growth of healthy and diverse microbiome within our bodies

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We examine key interdependent areas of your lifestyle that are contributing to your body’s imbalance and limitations.

Contributing Factors

Environment

Where and how you live, what you do, and even the compounds found in our homes and in our soil

Stress

Anxiety, poor sleep, burnout, and the role they play in our gut

Food

Nutrition, digestion, and exploring food sensitivities

Sleep

Promoting more abundant and better quality rest

Microbiome

Trillions of microbes living inside us, important to digestion, immunity and more

Movement

Harnessing our body’s actions and posture

Relationships

Connections and disconnections to other people

Insights from Our Clinical Advisory Board

“Food works with all seven of our body systems for optimal function, and it contains phytochemicals critical to our evolution that helps us achieve optimal health.”

Dr. Mark Hyman

Our microbiota have profound consequences for our health. Some of the best benefits include assistance in the digestion of food components our guts can’t handle by themselves, regulation of our bodies’ metabolism, processing and detoxification or dangerous chemicals that we ingest with our food.

Dr. Emeran Mayer

Complex interactions between the microbiota, intestinal cells, the enteric nervous system, and the central nervous system are disrupted in IBS. IBS is associated with motility problems, immune system changes, and/or disturbances in the nervous system processing.

Dr. Megan Oser

The chronic disease epidemic is reaching staggering heights, and over 85% of cases in fact are driven by our behavior and environment, not our genes. That means we all have the power to prevent or reverse chronic illness just by adopting healthier habits.

Chris Kresser

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