DR. ANYA F. SZIGETI, DC, DABCI, MBA
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YOU CAN’T OUTRUN YOUR FORK
Dr. Anya Szigeti graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and she earned her Master of Business Administration from Grantham University. Her doctorate is in Chiropractic Medicine with a certification in Acupuncture from the National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Szigeti completed the 300-hour coursework for the post-doctorate diplomate program in Internal Medicine, Diplomate for the American Board of Chiropractic Internists (DABCI) and passed the two corresponding National Board Examinations.
Dr. Szigeti is the founder and CEO of Back to Health Functional Medicine, Nutrition Education Program Coordinator for “Healthy Eating for a Healthy Waistline,” an Adjunct Professor in Anatomy and Physiology at St. Pete College, a Best Selling Author, and a Functional Medicine Professional Consultant.
How to Break the Cycle of Feeling Sick & Tired and Transition to a Healthier Life, Naturally
If you exercise often, you can eat and drink whatever your heart desires, right? Wrong. Did you know the quality of the food you consume affects your health more than the quantity of food you consume? You can’t out-exercise or out-supplement a poor diet. Nutrition is the cornerstone of our health. Incidences of death and disease from lifestyle and dietary choices are increasing exponentially. The cost of developing drugs and surgical procedures to combat these diseases is astronomical. But there is hope.
Best-selling author, Dr. Anya Szigeti, shares about food and its potential medicinal properties. She utilized food as medicine to halt and reverse her own chronic disease. As a doctor, she regularly helps her patients improve their health through the food they eat, and now she can help you too. This guidebook sorts through the confusing and conflicting information surrounding diet and nutrition while providing over 100 healing, delicious, and easy-to-follow recipes. You have the power to live a healthy life, and the key lies at the end of your fork.