Evolution, Nutrition & Oral Health

How did prehistoric humans survive without dentists? Did they have crooked teeth and cavities? Actually, the teeth of our ancestors were mostly straight with little crowding. Here DrBonnie360 details how advances in our diets and agricultural practices have saved us the hassle of scavenging for food, but have had adverse effects on our mouths.

Complementary Medicine Coming to the Forefront

At Stanford Medicine X 2014, I presented my vision of future care which included shared decision making and collaboration between the patient and three types of care teams- a food as medicine team, a musculoskeletal integrity team and a well-being…