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 Dr. Mark Hyman is leading a health revolution one revolved around using food as medicine to

 support longevity, energy, mental clarity, happiness, and so much more. Dr. Hyman is a practicing

 family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the

 field of Functional Medicine. He is the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, the Head

 of Strategy and Innovation of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, a twelve-time

 New York Times bestselling author, and Board President for Clinical Affairs for The Institute for

 Functional Medicine. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Farmacy.

 Dr. Hyman is a regular medical contributor on several television shows and networks, including

 CBS This Morning, Today, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN. He is also an advisor and

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 guest co-host on The Dr. Oz Show. 

Dr. Hyman has turned his passion for Functional Medicine, real food, nutrition, and wellness into activism, working to change our food system on a global scale. Through his work to change policy for the betterment of public health, Dr. Hyman has testified before the Senate Working Group on Health Care Reform on Functional Medicine. He has consulted with the surgeon general on diabetes prevention and participated in the 2009 White House Forum on Prevention and Wellness. Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa nominated Dr. Hyman for the President's Advisory Group on Prevention, Health Promotion, and Integrative and Public Health. Additionally, Dr. Hyman has presented at the Clinton Foundation's Health Matters, Achieving Wellness in Every Generation conference and the Clinton Global Initiative, as well as with the World Economic Forum on global health issues, TEDMED and TEDx. He is the winner of the Linus Pauling Award and the Nantucket Project Award. Dr. Hyman received the Christian Book of the Year Award for his work on The Daniel Plan, a faith-based initiative that helped Saddleback Church collectively lose 250,000 pounds that he created with Rick Warren, Dr. Mehmet Oz, and Dr. Daniel Amen. He was also inducted into the Books for Better Life Hall of Fame With Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Michael Roizen. Dr. Hyman crafted and helped introduce the Take Back Your Health Act of 2009 to the United States Senate, which promotes reimbursement for lifestyle treatment of chronic disease. With Tim Ryan in 2015, he helped introduce the ENRICH Act into Congress to fund nutrition in medical education. Dr. Hyman plays a substantial role in the major 2014 film Fed Up, produced by Laurie David and Katie Couric, which addresses childhood obesity