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A Virtual Salon- Culinary Medicine and Cardiometabolic Health: Reversing Prediabetes and Fatty Liver Disease with Sara Bowling, MD

Updated: Apr 11



Sara Bowling is a Family Medicine physician, medical acupuncturist, yoga teacher, athlete, amateur chef and mom of two little boys.  She is currently working at AC Wellness providing care for Apple employees and their families. Previously she was in private practice, incorporating acupuncture and culinary medicine into her day to day care. She graduated from Stanford University, completed medical school at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and Family Medicine training at University of Washington.  

 

Dr Bowling believes in the power of diagnostic tools and medicines, but also believes strongly in the power of food, physical activity, and community in creating long lasting health and wellness.  She loves to cook and shares recipes with others, and hopes to inspire her patients, friends and family to find foods that nourish, delight the senses, and provide a basis for a long and healthy life.

 

When not working, you will find Dr Bowling spending most of her time with her husband and two boys 4 and 1.5, usually outside (rain, or shine) and often on bikes!  In her free time she loves mountain biking, gravel biking, running, skiing, traveling and of course, cooking!  

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We all know by now that the food we eat directly impacts our health.  The risk of having a heart attack or developing diabetes, even certain cancers, has been shown to be related, in part, to the food we choose to eat on a daily basis.  In my experience, most people want to be healthy, they want to feel well, and take fewer medications.  They want to bring their cholesterol down without having to be on medication forever.  But what advice should they follow?  What should they cook for dinner?  In this salon, Dr. Bowling will discuss how she guides patients when they are first diagnosed with pre-diabetes and fatty liver disease, what foods to incorporate and strategies for doing so. 


Click here to access Dr. Bowling's slide presentation.

Click here to watch the salon video.

Click here to read Dr. Bowling's SOULful Insight- Fatty Liver: When Food Has the Power to Reverse Disease

Click here to read Dr. Bowling's SOULful Insight- Culinary Medicine: What to Eat if You Have Prediabetes

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