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  • Blog

    WEBINAR: The Health Effect – with Robb Wolf & Chris Kresser

    Learn the keys to functional health - Aug 23 @ noon EST
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, August 4, 2017, 6:45 PM


    What specific steps should you consider taking in your own life to improve your physical and mental health, and how can you best incorporate these into your current lifestyle? To answer those questions, we're producing our next Peak Prosperity webinar, titled "The Health Effect", featuring two of the absolute top experts today in functional health: Robb Wolf and Chris Kresser.

    The event itself will take place on Wednesday, August 23 at noon EST/9am PST. It will last approximately an hour and a half.

    The price to participate in this webinar is $25, unless you are an enrolled member (i.e. paying subscriber) of In that case, it's FREE

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  • Insider

    How To Register For ‘The Health Effect’ Webinar

    FREE to's premium subscribers
    by Adam Taggart

    Monday, July 3, 2017, 1:08 AM


    As a valued enrolled member of, we're pleased to be able to make our upcoming webinar The Health Effect, featuring functional health legends Robb Wolf and Chris Kresser, available to you for free.

    Robb and Chris will share their latest insights on the key, actionable behaviors that drive physical and mental health (both have recently released new books on the topic), and given the interactive nature of our webinar platform, will take ample time to answer questions from the audience.

    The webinar takes place on Wednesday, August 23 at noon EST/9am PST. It will last approximately an hour and a half.

    To register for the event, just…

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  • Podcast

    Chris Kresser: Functional Health

    More options for living better & longer
    by Adam Taggart

    Sunday, September 28, 2014, 9:42 PM


    In today's discussion, we explore the world of "functional medicine" and other approaches to health and wellness that offer potential to complement, or in cases, replace conventional western medical treatment. Some of these practices have been used by eastern cultures for millennia, others are just coming to light now. But the common thread in each is to focus on the biological uniqueness of each patient and use an evidence-based approach to identify and resolve the underlying condition — rather than merely treating the symptoms, which modern health care (sometimes referred to instead as "sick care") is often guilty of.

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