Every illness can be traced back to diet, said Dr. Chris Magryta at “The Healing Arts of Food,” presented at the Center for the Environment at Catawba College last week.
Specifically, the health of the body depends on the health of the gut. The intestines are the body’s interface with the world, Magryta explained. It’s where nutrients are absorbed and are used to strengthen the body and the immune system. Problems arise when it’s not being fed properly. Panel speakers discussing how food and health intertwine included Chris Magryta, Nicole Magryta and Dr. Christopher Nagy.
Chris Magryta is a physician with Salisbury Pediatrics who focuses on integrative medicine and pediatric allergies. Nagy is an orthopedic surgeon and practitioner of Age Management/Regenerative Medicine. Nicole Magryta is a clinical nutritionist at Salisbury Pediatrics.
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