Destroying the Planet Destroys Our Health


Health issues abound around the globe. From lack of access to clean water to lack of access to healthy organic foods and pharmaceutical companies are poisoning millions for profit.


We must find ways to support holistic, integrative, proactive and preventive health practices, provide for universal healthcare worldwide, combat diseases, and promote the connection between individual well-being and societal health.


“The rates and costs of chronic disease are rising globally. Our current medical model works well for acute illnesses and trauma, but is not adequately equipped to reverse or prevent chronic and degenerative illness.

Our mission is to help medicine adapt to its new environment, inspiring the creation of a medical system capable of effectively reversing, preventing and managing chronic illness. We believe Integrative and Functional Medicine holds the key to solving this global problem with its upgraded operating system that empowers the patient to play a role in their own health and addresses the root cause of chronic disease.

Many challenges exist now that prevent this approach to healthcare from making its real impact. There aren’t enough practitioners who practice Integrative or Functional Medicine. Those practitioners don’t have a scaled business model that can reach all of the people who are suffering from chronic illness in their community. Health consumers aren’t adequately educated as to the availability of Integrative and Functional practitioners or proactive ways to create health.

To this end our first goal is to empower 100,000 Integrative and Functional “micropractices” that treat the root-cause of disease and become centers of health creation in their respective communities. If you are a practitioner, we see you as the key to effectively solving the problem of chronic disease globally. Are you ready to join the movement?”

The Food Revolution Network is committed to healthy, sustainable, humane, and conscious food for all. Guided by John and Ocean Robbins, with more than 350,000 members and with the collaboration of many of the top food revolutionary leaders of our times, the Food Revolution Network aims to empower individuals, build community, and transform food systems to support healthy people and a healthy planet.

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