Optimize Your Biology

for Healthy Aging 

Align with Your Blueprint

Using Integrative Personalized Medicine

Your Biological Age is one of the best predictors of chronic health issues and how long you might live.

We all know our chronological age. But aging is also a biological process, and it's possible for your two "ages" to be different.

It's what's happening on the inside that determines how fast - or how slowly - we age. And biological age is one of the best ways to assess your actual state of health. Influenced by your current and past health habits and environment, the part of our DNA called Epigenetics is the best way to know how old you really are.

We each come into this lifetime with a blueprint for what we need to be healthy - physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually. It’s what makes us each unique – and why we each need something a little different.

These layers are all intertwined, and all must be addressed to create health of the whole you. But it can quickly get confusing to understand where to focus your attention, and you can end up wasting your precious time and resources on things that don't work.

In my decades of practicing medicine including ObGyn, Functional Medicine, Functional Genomics, Epigenetics & Energetic and Mind-Body Medicine, I have found a shortcut. I call this Your Body's Blueprint. 

This Blueprint gives you the inside scoop on how well you're doing. It also gives you a roadmap as to what you need to be healthy in mind, body and soul.

With this straightforward guide to creating health of the whole you, you feel better faster -  without the guesswork or trying to fit into a mold that isn’t yours.


By knowing who you are from the inside out, you’ll understand how to find the strategies that will work for you.



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