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Dr. Dana brings to his practice a Bachelors of Science in Nutritional Biochemistry and Clinical Nutrition from Rutgers University. As an undergraduate, Dr. Churchill was awarded a student position with a team of Respiratory Neo Natal Researchers specializing in Sudden Infant Crib Death at UMDNJ.
His academic pursuits were enhanced by continuing education at National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) where his passion for treating the root causes (of the whole body) while embracing natural treatments that “do no harm” continues to be his guiding credo. Advancements in stem cell applications and all natural prescriptions with attainable results have his patients lauding Dr. Dana, “as the gold standard in Natural and Advanced Medicine.”
Influenced by the Princeton Bio Center, founded by the esteemed Carl Pfeiffer MD Ph.D., a pioneer in orthomolecular medicine. A five year stint with world renowned homeopath, Will Taylor MD,, Dr. Dana also pursued advanced Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Curriculum with Roberta Foss Morgan DO, a leader in anti-aging and healthy longevity therapies. He broadened his education in Europe under Thierry Hertoghe, Belgium, MD one of the foremost authorities on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine
A Renaissance man Dr. Churchill confirms his interest in healthy cuisine and indigenous gourmet resulted in a stint at the Culinary School of New York. He is a consultant and correspondent for a global news organization published in 30 countries and 21 languages: www.Theepochtimes.com He has formulated and brought to market food based nutraceuticals health and beauty products. He is currently scripting a follow-up series of podcasts to “Green Medicine Green Living”
Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting: www.dafoh.org
His nonprofit, Emperors Circle www.emperorscircle.org is instrumental in reviving traditional Chinese Culture and Art.
To be financially well is to live within your means and plan for the future appropriately. It can be tough to accomplish, but small steps can pay off big-time in the long-run.
The spiritual pillar will look different for everyone because it’s such a personal piece of overall wellness. It will play a stronger role in one person’s life more than another, depending on how each person defines it.
Social wellness is about connecting with others to form positive relationships. And if those falter, it’s about dealing with any conflicts appropriately.
Though nutrition is intimately tied to physical health, it’s so important and must be represented by its own pillar. This is especially true because nutrition must be personalized based on age, sex, activity level, and body chemistry.
Your body needs more than movement alone. Physical wellness also includes appropriate sleep, hygiene, and a healthy diet.