Dr Berry has practiced family medicine in a rural Tennessee town for over a decade.
During that time he has been collecting lies. Lies told to patients by doctors, perhaps well-meaning, but unfounded in either science or research.
Lies My Doctor Told Me is the book, to be released in October, that documents these medical lies.
Although board certified as an allopathic physician in Family Medicine, Dr Berry’s practice has grown into a Functional practice, focuses in prevention and optimization.
Dr. Berry states it this simply,
“Doctors should consider themselves honor-bound to tell patients only things proven to work, but they very often stray from this. Doctors should study the research around any medication before they prescribe it, but they usually don’t.
There are a long list of nutritional and pharmaceutical recommendations that doctors give their patients that actually do or have done harm. I believe this is a big part of the reason people are reaching out to other forms of healing, and avoiding the doctor. Good health and nutrition are the bedrock, without them you can’t prepare for anything else”.
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- The Berry Clinic
- What You Leave Behind – Delp and Goudreau
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