At Living Well Dallas, Betty Murray has developed a team specialized in metabolic, autoimmune, digestive disorders and weight loss resistance. With a foundation in the biochemistry of the body, the Living Well Dallas practitioners teach clients how to utilize nutritional interventions to improve their health.
Betty Murray Focuses on Bioindividuality
Betty Murray’s team focuses on bio-individuality; each person is unique, and there is no perfect way of eating that works for every person. Everyone has his or her own genetic, biochemical, and hormonal makeup and needs that when individualized can have profound effects on the health and well-being.
Wellness is accessible through eating based on the knowledge that one person’s food may be another’s poison and that good nutrition is the foundation for lasting wellness and is the primary modifiable action one can take to prevent chronic disease
Never one to overlook what is often missed in medicine, the story of her clients; Betty Murray also recognizes that a person’s relationship with food is affected by other factors that supersede the food.
Our relationships, self-esteem, exercise habits, spirituality, life purpose and career can all be a catalyst for wellness or disease. The more satisfying our lives are, the less we depend on food to fill a void. The team offers life-changing holistic nutrition integrated with the best technology available including emotional, mental, and energetic services to address mind-body and spirit.
Betty Murray Believes in Test, Don’t Guess!
At Living Well Dallas Functional Medicine Center, we have at our disposal the most cutting-edge genetic, biochemical, and nutritional testing and assessments. With a “Test. Don’t guess!” approach to getting rapid, sustainable results, her team works with people all over the globe.
Betty Murray received her Certified Nutritionist and studied her Master of Science in Human Nutrition at American Health Science University, and she has since received a Master’s in Integrative & Functional Nutrition at Saybrook University. She is currently completing her Ph.D. research dissertation in Integrative and Functional Nutrition at Saybrook University where she is researching the complex interplay between female hormones, hormone metabolism, the microbiome and IBS in women.
Betty Murray is one of only a small number of nutritionists certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine as a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (IFMCP) is proud to have been one of the first 300 internationally certified functional medicine practitioners world-wide. Betty is the education director and board member for the board of the Gluten Intolerance Group of Great Dallas, a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, and the Institute of Functional Medicine.
After 18 years working with autoimmunity and complex health problems, Betty Murray was selected to be a medical reviewer for Welltheory.com a website dedicated to helping those with autoimmune conditions navigate finding the root cause and addressing them to get better.
She is the host of The Menopause Mastery Podcast, where she shares the latest science and has conversations with some of the leaders in research from nutrition, medicine, and human development, and what it means to live a life with health, purpose and passion for women in this next season of life.