This man saved my life. Basically.
I’m so happy to be releasing this episode with Dr. Tim Latham, DC MS CSCS, a brilliant jack-of-all-trades. He’s got multiple degrees and areas of expertise, and he continues to learn all that he can about the ever-changing field of integrative health. I was fortunate to have connected with Tim after being diagnosed with a chronic pain + fatigue illness; through testing and non-judgmental conversations, he helped me make easy tweaks to increase my body’s ability to heal, recover, and thrive. I’d honestly never felt better!
This episode is chock full of great recommendations for anyone to improve their overall health, as Tim shares simple ways to increase one’s quality of life through nutrition and movement. We talk about the body’s resiliency, and challenging false beliefs one has about the body’s durability. Anyone who nerds out over science and health will love this episode!
Find Tim, his wife Dr. Laura Latham, and other integrative providers at their group practice in Boston at Back Bay Health & Performance, and you can also catch Tim as an adjunct faculty member in the Integrative and Functional Nutrition program at Saybrook University.
In this episode we hear:
all about Tim’s educational background and his many health degrees
about what exactly is an elimination diet and what the heck a FODMAP is
easy, accessible ways to improve one’s health
the body’s resiliency
how to challenge negative beliefs
what to expect in an appointment with Tim
how to avoid feeling overwhelmed when in the midst of a health revamp
how Chiropractic isn’t all about back cracking
about certain wellness fads and Tim’s thoughts on their validity
how mindfulness and breath-work are just as important to address as diet
about Tim’s self-care practice
some swears - yup, I’ve officially sworn/cussed/cursed on the podcast, folks!