This episodes guest is a brilliant naturopath Dr. Jason Hughes. Dr. Hughes schools the Doctor Dads about the importance of having a dialectic versus a debate. An important lesson for all of us to hear and practice. We chat about the global health crisis we are all in and what the future may bring.
- Mixed science on wearing masks
- Corruption & Censorship in Science & Medicine
- Authoritarianism vs. Autonomy
- Global Immune Health Problems as root cause
- Moving forward and the ripple effects of the pandemic
Dr. Jason Hughes is a naturopathic physician who is truly passionate about helping people like you achieve greater health. Knowing that the word “doctor” means “teacher”, he strives to teach people how they can be well in body & mind.
Being interested in how one can reach their potential led Dr. Hughes to create his own undergraduate degree. The program was entitled “bachelor degree with independent concentration” from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Hughes titled his particular degree “Psycho-Physiology” which reflected his study of Biology, Physiology, Exercise Science and Psychology. In truth the main motivation was to get a theoretical foundation of the sciences that affected one’s performance potential. Dr. Hughes knew that this degree was only the beginning of his knowledge quest and briefly considered becoming a Medical Doctor but decided against it because he didn’t see many Medical Doctors helping people reach potential with their health. Rather he saw most MD’s as getting people to a place where they just did not have symptoms anymore.
When he stumbled upon the field of Naturopathic Medicine, he saw it as a system of medicine that could help people reach their potential and realized his calling. Dr. Hughes completed his medical training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine , where he won several awards including being recognized for his clinical skills.
He also completed a postgraduate residency at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in general family practice. Upon completion of this residency, Dr Hughes was asked to remain on staff as a clinical supervisor and teacher to future naturopathic doctors. Dr Hughes takes great joy in being able to express the intricate concepts associated with medicine in ways that students and patients can understand and embrace.
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