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Getting to the root cause is more than just figuring out the why. It’s going upstream to find solutions. Dr. Amy Sapola, PharmD, FAIHM, IFMCP, Director of Farmacy at the Chef’s Garden in Huron, Ohio will be sharing how she and the Chef’s Garden team are applying the principles of Functional and Integrative Medicine to optimize the nutrient density of vegetables through regenerative agriculture practices with a focus on soil health. If you are interested in or recommend a “Food as Medicine” approach this is a webinar you will not want to miss.
Dr. Amy Sapola, PharmD, FAIHM, IFMCP
Dr. Amy Sapola is passionate about helping people achieve radiant health through reconnecting with their own intuition, nature, and deep nourishment as well as working on public health issues related to the social determinants of health, soil health, and planetary health.
Dr. Sapola is a Certified Wellness Coach, Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP), and Doctor of Pharmacy with a B.S. in Nutrition. She has also completed a 2-year fellowship with honors in Integrative Medicine from the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM).
Dr. Sapola is the Director of Farmacy at The Chef’s Garden. Farmacy at the Chef’s Garden is about building a greater understanding of how health is impacted by the regenerative agriculture principles we practice here at The Chef’s Garden. She works to help guide consumers towards a mindful relationship with food by connecting the benefits of healthy soil, to healthy plants, and ultimately, to healthy people.
As a mother of two young children, master gardener, passionate cook, and long-time yogi, Dr. Sapola has an integrative approach to health and wellness both personally and professionally.