About the Contributor:
Dr. Daphne Miller, MD, is a practicing family physician, author, Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California San Francisco and Research Scientist at University of California Berkeley. She has made incredible strides in the North American health community. Dr. Miller was one of the first physicians to prescribe walks in nature and encourages other physicians to adjust their practices to spend more time with each patient and heal holistically.
As founder of the Health from the Soil Up Initiative, she studies the connections among health, culture, and agriculture, with the goal of building a healthier and more resilient food system from the soil up. For the past fifteen years, her work has focused on aligning agriculture and conservation with human health.
She is also the author of the influential books The Jungle Effect, The Science and Wisdom of Traditional Diets (HarperCollins 2008), and most recently, Farmacology, Total Health from the Soil Up (HarperCollins 2013).
She spoke on a range of topics from Superfoods to The Privilege of Health, and is featured in our upcoming exploration on the power of Taste for wellness and sustainability.
Learn from Dr. Daphne Miller in the virtual session below:
The Bounty of Biodiversity
Saturday, May 30, 2020