Food As Medicine


There are a lot of questions in today’s world about what to eat, how to eat and why.

The in-depth course will connect the dots and address some fundamental questions behind how our diet impacts our health and well-being and how it contributes to the progression of chronic disease.

Course Information

When and Where

Held the first Wednesday of the month from 11:30am -1:30pm at the Riordan Clinic in Wichita
(Please note that July’s class will be held 7.11.18 and September’s class will be held 8.12.18. Thank you!)
Free to Attend |  $10 for optional course textbook  

Can’t make it in person? We’ve recorded a previous class and you can watch the video HERE.

Course taught by Anne Zauderer, DC

As a native of Wichita, Kansas, Dr. Anne left to pursue a BA in psychology from Texas Tech University and graduated with honors. She spent a year studying naturopathic medicine in Seattle, Washington before finding her calling as a chiropractor. At the Riordan Clinic she has found a niche in teaching the fundamentals of nutrition and anatomy and how the two work together for Real Health.

How We Can Help

Key Points to the course will address:

  • How diet contributes to the progression of chronic disease
  • What to eat and what to avoid for better health
  • Inflammation and the diet
  • Diet and autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto’s, Lupus, Celiac Disease, Crohns’ Disease, and MS
  • Leaky Gut Syndrome
  • Environmental Toxins

Register Today!

Take charge of your diet and your health

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    Please note that not all of the events listed will be recorded or available via video. Please read the description carefully. Thank you!