Unleash your body’s natural ability to soothe chronic pain, heal injury, prevent diabetes and heart disease, lose weight, and more with this easy-to-use, science-backed fasting program.
Stem cell activation is a quickly developing technique in healing and pain management, but it can be difficult to understand how it can benefit your specific needs. Can activating your body’s own existing stem cells help your particular injury, weight needs, or chronic issues? The answer is most likely “YES,” and this book will show you how. The Stem Cell Activation Diet provides all the information you need not only to assess if your stem cells can help you, but also to kick yours into gear to jump-start your healing. Learn how stem cell activation can help you:
Heal from injury or surgery
Prevent chronic issues like diabetes and heart disease
Manage your pain
Slow the effects of aging
Support healthy cognitive function
Written by a certified integrative dietitian and nutritionist, The Stem Cell Activation Diet will guide you to the dietary choices that are healthiest for your body to jump-start its natural regenerative process.
Dana M. Elia, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND, is an integrative and functional dietitian nutritionist with close to 25 years of experience. Originally from New Jersey, Dana relocated to Lancaster, PA, in 2001, where she is the owner of Fusion Integrative Health and Wellness, LLC, and an adjunct faculty member at the PA College of Health Sciences. An active member of her community, Dana serves as chair of Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine (DIFM), where she previously served as chair-elect, treasurer, and member services chair. Dana previously served on the executive committees for the Lancaster Area Celiac Support Group and the Lancaster Chapter of American Holistic Nurses Association. As a recognized leader in integrative and functional nutrition, Dana has provided content reviews for projects such as the 5th edition of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, regularly speaks to both lay and professional audiences, is an IFNA support team member, and has been featured in or authored numerous articles for Natural Awakenings Magazine and LNP. With a passion for ongoing education and a drive to always provide her patients with the best level of care, Dana is currently finishing her doctorate in clinical functional nutrition (DCN) through Maryland University of Integrative Health, where in 2019 she was awarded the Student Research Poster Award. In her free time, she loves hiking, camping, traveling with her husband James, scuba diving, or spoiling her rescued lab, Champ.