Kara Fitzgerald, ND
KARA FITZGERALD, ND, received her doctorate of naturopathic medicine from National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She completed the first CNME-accredited post-doctorate position in nutritional biochemistry and laboratory science at Metametrix Clinical Laboratory under the direction of Richard Lord, Ph.D. Her residency was completed at Progressive Medical Center, a large, integrative medical practice in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Fitzgerald is a lead author and co-editor (with J. Alexander Bralley, Ph.D.) of The Metametrix Institute’s Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine, a contributing author to Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine and the Institute for Functional Medicine’s updated Textbook for Functional Medicine. Dr. Fitzgerald is on faculty and at the Institute for Functional Medicine and maintains a private practice in Sandy Hook, Connecticut.
Dr. Fitzgerald’s Website: http://www.drkarafitzgerald.com/
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Nutra India Summit
OMG, I Have the Flu!
Potassium: The Little Element that Could (Significantly Reduce the Cost of the Global Medical Crisis)
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Lead Toxicity. Still a Big Problem and there is No Safe Exposure. Get Tested!
Gluten Free and Thyroid Disease Free: An Update on Lilly
BRCA Mutations, Breast Cancer, and Epigenetics: Is the Risk Modifiable?
Case Study: Hypertension
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