Dr. Wald, “Blood Detective” to Speak in White Plains September 20, 2011

Dr. Michael Wald

Dr. Michael Wald of Integrated Medicine & Nutrition is the featured presenter at the next Westchester Holistic Network (WHN) breakfast meeting on September 20. Wald will speak on ways to determine a person’s nutritional needs by considering genetics, stress and exercise levels, medications, diet, and other factors. After being diagnosed with Multiple Scleroses at the age of 18, Wald set out to find a more holistic way to manage his disease. Today he is director of nutritional services at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco and the author of several books, including Multiple Sclerosis: Medical & Nutrition Approaches to Optimal Health.

Wald developed the “Blood Detective,” a procedure that allows doctors to medically and nutritionally interpret blood work to find hidden problems. The Blood Detective approach surpasses traditional blood panel tests to look for other clues that the blood offers about a person’s health. For example, a woman with weight gain and difficulty losing weight would be tested for total T3, T4 and TSH (not just TSH and T3) as well as other hormones that are necessary for healthy thyroid function.

The WHN breakfast meeting takes place from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Spirituality Center at Good Counsel Campus, 52 North Broadway in White Plains. The cost is $15 for members, $18 for non-members.  For more information visit WestchesterHolisticNetwork.org.

Dr. Michael Wald can be reached at 914.242.8844 or by emailing drwald@intmedny.com.  Learn more about his work at BloodDetective.com and IntMedNY.com.

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