Elizabeth Boham

Elizabeth Boham, MD, MS, RD, is a physician and nutritionist who practices functional medicine with Mark Hyman, MD, at the UltraWellness Center in Lenox, Massachusetts. Through the functional medicine approach, Elizabeth helps patients restore balance in their bodies to prevent disease and heal imbalances. She witnesses the power of nutrition every day in her practice and is committed to training other physicians to utilize nutrition in healing. Elizabeth is on the faculty of the Institute for Functional Medicine, and has developed a functional nutrition course that is being used to educate physicians and other health professionals. She has helped thousands of people achieve their goals of optimal health and wellness.

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Resources

  • Five Tips for Building a Better Immune System

    Do your daily lifestyle choices impact whether or not you catch a cold from the sneezing person sitting next to you on the airplane? Absolutely yes! You can’t stop every infection from invading your body, but you can do a lot to strengthen your immune system.

  • Seven Steps to Give You More Energy

    The exhaustion caused by adrenal fatigue can be improved through a combination of dietary changes, stress reduction practices, and supplements, says Elizabeth Boham, MD.

  • How to Improve Your Cellular Age

    With scientific breakthroughs, we’re able to understand better than ever before what types of interventions can slow the aging process and help us walk into the future feeling healthy and confident, says Elizabeth Boham, MD.

  • The Food Factor in Migraine Prevention

    For Heidi E. Spear, a primary cause of migraines was gravitating towards foods that were stressful on her body, and avoiding the foods that her body needed.

  • Eight Strategies for Boosting Your Immunity

    Despite how central the immune system is to our overall health, many of us unwittingly compromise it with poor lifestyle choices, such as chronic stress and insufficient fresh air and exercise.