Lifestyle Telemedicine – Plant-Based Diet Healing Telehealth Services Launched

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Global lifestyle telemedicine service, Plant Based TeleHealth, announces its updated service to help patients shift to a plant-based diet. The doctors specialize in treating chronic illnesses.

Plant Based TeleHealth (PBTH) updated its services to include improved booking and appointment scheduling. The global telemedicine service addresses chronic diseases and other medical conditions through lifestyle modifications, including a whole-food, plant-based diet.

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With its updated telemedicine service, PBTH continues its mission of providing high-quality affordable lifestyle medicine to relieve symptoms of chronic illnesses.

PBTH believes in looking at sickness holistically. Instead of treating symptoms individually, the doctors at PBTH assess the entire medical history of the patient, including their lifestyle and diet. Through lifestyle medicine, patients are relieved of their symptoms and are at a decreased risk of recurrence.

Emerging data on lifestyle medicine confirms this. Often, the cause of certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, is one’s lifestyle rather than genetics. By changing one’s lifestyle to include a plant-based diet, a person can see an improvement in their health after a few months and prevent certain diseases from occurring.

PBTH updated its telemedicine service so that anyone can find the help they need in the comfort of their home. The company’s founders, Anthony Masiello, Laurie Marbas, MD, Christina Miller, MD, and Michael Klaper, MD, believe that having access to plant-based lifestyle medicine offers patients another alternative to traditional therapy.

The updated service uses secure video conferencing and patient portal technologies to reduce waiting time and prevent possible glitches. Now, a doctor in one location can deliver “in person” care to a patient in another location.

PBTH is recommended for those suffering from chronic illnesses such as high cholesterol, heart disease, obesity, autoimmune diseases, inflammation, and digestive issues. The doctors will then devise the most suitable treatment plan, which will incorporate suggestions for healthy behaviors and lifestyle modifications.

Most importantly, PBTH recommends a shift to a whole-food, plant-based diet. Based on the patient’s current diet, they will prescribe an appropriate plan that gradually shifts a patient’s eating behavior.

PBTH explains that its doctors are available for patients from all states in America and internationally for lifestyle medicine consultations.

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